TNP Kayak Asymmetric 2 Piece


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Split Kayak Paddle or Two Piece Paddle

The TNP Kayakasymmetric is a two piece paddle that is ideal for use with sit on top kayaks and also continually proves to be very popular with inflatable kayaks.

TNP has designed this split kayak paddle to feature an alloy shaft. This then has a central push button spigot that splits it in two. The spigot will also alter the angle of feather from 60 degrees to 0 degrees. The paddle shaft also comes fully fitted with a set of kayak drip rings which help prevent water from running down the shaft and dripping into your kayak. The blades are then made from a tough durable plastic. While they are not the lightest out there they certainly are durable! 

  • General Features
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  • Split kayak paddle
  • Alloy shaft
  • Central push button spigot
  • Rubber drip rings fitted on shaft
  • Plastic Blades
  • Two Different Lengths
  • - 215cm
  • - 225cm
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