Suggested Retail
$269 USD
$309 CAD
Canoe Paddles: Creek Stick by Echo Paddles - Image 3048

Creek Stick

Echo Paddles
Suggested Retail
$269 USD
$309 CAD
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Canoe Paddles: Creek Stick by Echo Paddles - Image 3048 Canoe Paddles: Creek Stick by Echo Paddles - Image 3048

I'm Andy Convery, the face behind Echo Paddles. I am father to three young boys and partner to Jess. We're a paddling family and Echo is a family business driven by my passion for being outdoors, sculpting, teaching, paddling and working with my hands. After a career as a professional sculptor, I started working on the river guiding wilderness trips in 1991. What makes EchoPaddles so unique is that I have been an avid canoe tripper, play boater and slalom racer for many years alongside my art making and woodworking. I am constantly refining what makes a great design so that everyone who uses an Echo can have an amazing experience on the water.

Overview

With relaxed shoulders and a full width tip, this blade provides good bite in shallow creeks. Thicker edges, a full back spine and a five laminate shaft make this a beefy stick that will get you to the take out. Great partner for the latest creeking boats that have come out. Available in wood shaft and blade, carbon shaft/wood blade, carbon blade/wood shaft and full carbon.
The Creek Stick is our most robust whitewater paddle. It has been used in some of the toughest boating by some of the most accomplished paddlers, and has been up to the task. It's a bit heavier than our other blades, but you won't mind that when you have this sturdy paddle in your hand giving you the confidence to tackle challenging creeks.
MSRP
$269 USD
$309 CAD

Highlights

  • Beefy edges and backface- the "get you to the take out" model!
  • Relaxed shoulders and wide tip for full bite in shallow creeks

I'm Andy Convery, the face behind Echo Paddles. I am father to three young boys and partner to Jess. We're a paddling family and Echo is a family business driven by my passion for being outdoors, sculpting, teaching, paddling and working with my hands. After a career as a professional sculptor, I started working on the river guiding wilderness trips in 1991. What makes EchoPaddles so unique is that I have been an avid canoe tripper, play boater and slalom racer for many years alongside my art making and woodworking. I am constantly refining what makes a great design so that everyone who uses an Echo can have an amazing experience on the water.

Features & Specifications

Overview
  • Model Year: 2019
  • Category: Canoe Paddles
  • Best Used For: Recreation, Whitewater, Expedition, Creeking, River Running
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 20" / 50.8 cm
  • Blade Width: 8.5" / 21.6 cm
  • Weight: 28 oz / 1 g
  • Fixed Lengths:
Features
  • Blade Style: Spoon
  • Blade Material: Wood Laminate
  • Shaft Type: Straight
  • Shaft Material: Wood Laminate
  • Blade Shape: Symmetrical
  • Reinforced Tip: Yes
  • Finish: Varnish

What Users Are Saying

Over the years I have tried many different paddles. I must admit, I am pretty hard on them. I've always worn down the inside corner, my paddle was always distinguished by looking well worn and well used. Paddling with an Echo has changed all that. I can't believe how tough they are. Thanks Andy!

- Jim Coffey
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