Palm Paddle Leash


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NOW: £19.93 (£16.61 ex VAT)

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Coiled Paddle Leash or Paddle Holder

The Palm Equipment Coiled Paddle Leash is the ideal way to secure your kayak paddle to your chosen kayak. Whether it is a sea kayak or a sit on top kayak this will ensure your paddle does not float away. 

Palm have designed this coiled leash to be easy to use. The one end of it features a neoprene strap, while on the other end there is a loop of rope. The neoprene strap is perfect to secure around your paddle shaft while the rope loop is ideal for securing to your kayak. The centre section of the leash is made from a plastic coil. In its basic form this leash is about 100cm long and when fully stretched it will increase to about 200cm.

  • General Features
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  • Easy to attach
  • Coiled for neatness
  • Nearly doubles in length
  • Ideal for kayaks
  • Ideal for sit on top kayaks
  • Ideal for sea kayaks
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