Palm Drift Lite


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Sit On Top Kayak Paddle or Flat Water Kayak Paddles

The Palm Drift Lite is a mid-range kayaking paddle, ideal for use with sit on top kayaks and basic touring kayaks. It features a one piece composite paddle shaft and polypropylene paddle blades.

Palm has designed the Drift Lite kayak paddle as a mid-specification option that is perfect for use with sit on top kayaks and short touring kayaks. The single piece paddle is available in several different sizes for the perfect level of performance in your chosen craft. It features tough polypropylene paddle blades and these are then mounted on a glass fibre paddle shaft. In order to prevent water from running down and dripping on your or into your kayak it has been fitted with paddle drip rings. It also incorporates a moulding on the right hand side of the paddle that indicates where your leading hand goes. The paddle blades are asymmetric for efficiency and they also feature a gentle dihedral for a smooth efficient pull through the water.

  • General Features
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  • One Piece Style Paddle
  • 60 Degree feather
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  • Glassfibre Paddle Shaft
  • - 30mm Diameter
  • - Fitted with drip rings
  • - Moulded in hand grip on the right hand side
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  • Polypropylene Glass Filled Blades
  • - Gentle Dihedral
  • - Asymmetric Blade
  • - 600cm squared blade surface area
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