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2020 Paddling
Buyer's Guide

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As Seen In

2020 Paddling
Buyer's Guide

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The first Old Town canoe was built in Old Town, Maine, along the Penobscot River. Little did we know, it was the beginning of an incredible century-long journey. Some of our oldest boats are still navigating the world’s waterways. Meanwhile, our newest creations steer us in novel directions, pushing the boundaries of performance and comfort with innovative materials and design. All are born out of the same century-long tradition of quality craftsmanship that make every day on the water unforgettable. Whether you’re fishing, sea kayaking, canoe tripping, or enjoying a relaxing paddle on the lake, there’s an Old Town watercraft for every type of adventurer.

Overview

The Carbon/Kevlar woven shaft and carbon reinforced blade combine to make our lightest-weight, most efficient paddle for intermediate and advanced paddlers. The carbon reinforced blade is ultra-light yet stiff, delivering excellent energy transfer with each paddle stroke, while the asymmetrical dihedral blade moves smoothly through the water reducing flutter and wrist torque.
The Carbon and Kevlar weave used for the shaft provides our highest weight-to-strength ration. The Casco Carbon is the perfect choice for paddlers looking to upgrade to a high-efficient, low weight performance paddle for under $200.
MSRP
$184 USD

Highlights

  • Narrower, longer blade shape delivers smooth, stable strokes
  • Two-piece carbon/Kevlar shaft
  • Carbon reinforced blade is ultralight yet stiff
  • The asymmetrical shape provides a balanced surface area
  • Dihedral blade shape reduces flutter and shoulder fatigue

Available Colours

  • Black

The first Old Town canoe was built in Old Town, Maine, along the Penobscot River. Little did we know, it was the beginning of an incredible century-long journey. Some of our oldest boats are still navigating the world’s waterways. Meanwhile, our newest creations steer us in novel directions, pushing the boundaries of performance and comfort with innovative materials and design. All are born out of the same century-long tradition of quality craftsmanship that make every day on the water unforgettable. Whether you’re fishing, sea kayaking, canoe tripping, or enjoying a relaxing paddle on the lake, there’s an Old Town watercraft for every type of adventurer.

Features & Specifications

Overview
  • Model Year: 2019
  • Category: Kayak Paddles
  • Best Used For: Recreation
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 19.6" / 49.8 cm
  • Blade Width: 6.33" / 16.1 cm
  • Blade Surface Area: 96.02 sq in. / 619.5 sq cm
  • Weight: 30.7 oz / 872 g
  • Feather Angles: 0, 60
  • Fixed Lengths: 220cm-240cm
Features
  • Blade Style: Low Angle
  • Blade Material: Carbon Composite
  • Shaft Type: Straight
  • Shaft Material: Carbon Composite
  • Blade Shape: Asymmetrical

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