Deep shaped drop ring which prevents water from running down your paddle shaft. Easy to retrofit, no tools required. Made of durable flexible material. Suitable for 28-30,5 mm shaft.
The Palm Drift Livery is a 2 piece kayak paddle that is ideal for use with sit on top kayak. These split kayak paddles offer good value for money. This is an entry level kayak paddle that has a 2 piece alloy shaft, it then features glass filled polypropylene blades which offer reasonable levels of stiffness. This sit on top kayak paddle also comes fitted with paddle drip rings. Paddle drip runs are great for stopping the water from running down the shaft. General Features
The Palm Drift Paddle, an entry level kayak paddle that is ideal for use with sit on top kayaks, crossover kayaks and the old relic that you have just dug out from the back of the garage. This beginner kayak paddle comes in 3 sizes, 205cm 215cm and 220cm. The 205cm / 215cm is ideal for use with crossover kayaks depending on what you want to do. The 215cm / 220cm is perfect for using to explore the coastline while sit on top kayaking. This entry level kayak paddle features a glass filled polypropylene paddle blade and an aluminium paddle shaft. This kayak paddle also features plastic shrink wrap grips to mark where you need to hold the shaft, this is then complimented by a moulded in hand grip. Finally, there are a set of kayak drop rings. These kayak drip guards will prevent the water from running off the blades and down onto the shaft to get your hands wet.
The Palm Equipment drip rings are ideal for adding onto a kayak paddle to prevent the water from running down the shaft. They are supplied as a pair. General Features -------------------- Supplied as a pair --------------------
The Tootega Paddle Leash, a great piece of sit on top kayak safety kit. This is essential for safety on the water. This leash will keep your kayak paddle secured to your kayak; so the paddle wont float away after a capsize, The Tootega paddle leash features a premium design that incorporates a coiled lanyard. The one end of the leash has a rotating swivel which also connects to a Velcro secured strap. This will secure around the paddle. The opposite end also has a swivel design, secured to a rope which connects to the kayak.