Palm Otter Canoe


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Entry Level Canoe Paddle or Paddle for Canoe

The Palm Otter is an entry level canoe paddle that is ideal for use on flat inland water ways. This canoe paddle is perfect for the occasional user.

Palm has designed this entry level canoe paddle to feature a polypropylene plastic blade and this is then mounted on a plastic coated aluminium paddle shaft. The top of the paddle shaft then feature a plastic t handle which offers grip and control over the paddle.

  • General Features
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  • Polypropylene Plastic Blade
  • Flat Blade
  • Coated Aluminium shaft
  • Rounded plastic T handle
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