Whitewater Kayaking Paddles or Whitewater Paddles
The Robson Pogo FG, a great set of whitewater paddles that are perfect for most paddlers. These whitewater kayaking paddles are perfect for bouncing down your local river on a winter kayaking trip. They are equally as good when used for kayak surfing.
Robson Paddles have designed the Pogo FG to feature a fiberglass paddle shaft; these are then balanced out with a set of fiberglass paddle blades. The Pogo kayak paddle has asymmetric blades which are ideal for whitewater kayaking. The paddle shaft also incorporates a slight oval to indicate the leading hand. This also helps to guide where the paddles are in the event of a capsize and trying to align your kayak paddles correctly for an Eskimo roll.
The Streamlyte Freeway Premier is a high-end composite paddle that is ideal for white water kayaking. The blades are made from a diolen / glass fibre mix with carbon fibre reinforced tip and core for added stiffness and durability. These great blades are mounted on a heavy-duty straight fibreglass shaft, and is available in a variety of different lengths.
The Creeker whitewater kayak paddle blade is designed to be a great all-round paddle that is smooth and well balanced. The glass blades are tough and hard-wearing and are a great match for those paddling on the harsh UK rivers and those who are still learning.
The Robson Fluid FG, a whitewater kayaking paddle that is designed for freestyle. This kayaking paddle has large powerful blades that are slightly tilted downwards so they will pass closely to the kayak. This kayak paddle features a fiberglass paddle shaft; this is then paired with two multi-layer fiberglass paddle blades. The paddle shaft features a slight oval on the lead hand, which helps to keep the hands correctly aligned against the paddle blades.
The Robson Rush PE FG, an entry level kayak paddle that is perfect for whitewater kayaking. This whitewater kayak features a fiberglass paddle shaft; this is then fitted with a pair of PE plastic paddle blades. The paddle shaft also incorporates a slight oval where you would hold the paddle. This helps to give you an indication of where the paddle blades are angled whilst trying to do an eskimo roll.
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