Counter balance your oars without buying new ones! These 4 lb. steel sleeves slide easily over the end of the oar, fasten securely to the shaft anywhere you want and are completely removable. This river tool is fully adjustable and will enable you to offset the weight of the oar outside your oarlocks. You can custom adjust these weights for multiple rowers, personal preferences, or for different rowing conditions. These will definitely save some wear and tear on the arms over the course of a long day (or week) on the water. Sleeves are secured to the oar with three 1/4"-20 x 1/2" length nylon pan head screws. Ideal for oars longer than nine feet.
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Seattle Sports Dual-Chamber Paddle Float
This paddle float is designed with an extra large capacity for maximum buoyancy, quick-release buckles for easy attachment to kayak paddles and a clip-on safety tether to eliminate loss in windy conditions. Wt: 15 oz. Dimensions: 18.5" x 12.5".
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Carlisle Replacement Carlisle Foam Oar Grip (6 in.)
Reduce fatigue and prevent blisters! Grips fit Carlisle, Cataract and most other oar handles. Installation tip: Use hair spray to lubricate the inside of the grips, then just slide them on! Grips are sold individually.
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Cataract Oar Blade Protector
Protect your Cataract blades with easy installation blade protectors. Does not fit 7" Cataract Magnum blades. Use Aquaseal to install permanently. These are sold individually.
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NRS Oar Stirrups
Oar Stirrups prevent oars from getting away during tough maneuvers. Made by NRS from Reeves neoprene floor material. Sold in pairs. Package includes hardware and instructions.
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NRS Paddle Leash Coil
What's a kayak without a paddle? Don't lose yours. Tether your paddle to your wrist or deck rigging with the NRS Paddle Leash Coil, and save yourself a swim and maybe some money.
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NRS Foam Paddle Float
Give yourself the safety edge with the NRS Foam Paddle Float. This easy-to-use paddle float secures to your paddle by sliding the blade into the nylon fabric pocket on the back, while a webbing buckle on the front secures the float in place. The float turns your paddle into a self-rescue tool and acts as an outrigger when the other end of your paddle is secured to your kayak. The device even doubles as a seat cushion in your boat or on shore when not in place on your spare paddle. The 400-denier nylon is worthy of rugged use, and the reflective tape adds low light reflectivity for rescue purposes. Why take any chances when the NRS Foam Paddle Float offers an added measure of safety at an affordable price.
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Cascade Creek Company Yakclips
Yakclips™ for ease and comfort. This little Cascade Creek beauty clips right to the combing of your kayak cockpit rim and your paddle clips into it freeing your hands to grab a drink or to set the hook on the big one.
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NRS GigBob Side-Mount Oar Rests
The NRS GigBob Side-Mount Oar Rests hold your oars conveniently out of the way when you need your hands free to net the big one, or just depart the craft for camp.
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NRS Oar Rights
Keeps your oar blade in the right position for full-power strokes. Order a single Oar Right or a pair of them, choose Small or Large size (depending on availability).
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Carlisle Shaft Extender (1ft)
Give yourself that extra length for varied boating situations with these well-built extensions. Each extender lengthens your oar by one foot.
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NRS Molded Oar Mounts
NRS combines tremendous strength, uncompromising stiffness and thoughtful design to give you the most versatile Molded Oar Mounts on the market today. By rotating them around the circumference of the rails, you can make adjustments to their working height. 5 1/8" t
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NRS Tall Oar Mounts
NRS combines tremendous strength, uncompromising stiffness and thoughtful design to give you the most versatile Molded Oar Mounts on the market today. By rotating them around the circumference of the rails, you can make adjustments to their working height.
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NRS Molded Oar Sleeve
Whether commandeering a fly fishing raft, fishing for lake trout off a drift boat or facing class IV rapids on a whitewater rafting trip, no matter what you're paddling you might just want to check out the NRS Molded Oar Sleeve. Made from injection molded polyethylene, these lightweight oar sleeves help protect your precious oars while also tightening the open oarlock system, so you can paddle with confidence and always have an easy-to-use alternative to rope wrapping your oars. These NRS oar sleeves run ten inches in length, allowing you plenty of room to avoid oar overlap and smashed thumbs. Plus, the NRS Molded Oar Sleeve fits Carlisle HD or Cataract oar shafts, offering you the versatility of varying oar shafts for whatever type of boat, rafting trip or line you care to take.
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NRS Cobra Standard Oarlock
This is the oar lock you've been waiting for. The cobra's wide horns have greater load area for much less stress on the oar-lock horns and increased durability. The elongated, oval opening allows for an additional 10-15 degrees of vertical range while keeping your oars snug in the locks. Made of a specially formulated bronze alloy for superior strength and proven by professionals throughout the world. Deluxe models are threaded with a lock-nut keeper to reduce play.
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NRS Cobra Deluxe Oarlock
This is the oar lock you've been waiting for. The Sawyer Cobra Deluxe Oarlock has a wide horn with greater load area for much less stress on the oar-lock horn and increased durability. The elongated, oval opening allows for an additional 10-15 degrees of vertical range while keeping your oars snug in the locks. Made of a specially formulated bronze alloy for superior strength and proven by professionals throughout the world. Deluxe models are threaded with a lock-nut keeper to reduce play.
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NRS Oar Tether
Don't lose your oar. During an unexpected release from your pin or oarlock, this 3' polypro strap gives you a fighting chance to get the oar back in before the next wave. Stainless-steel rings secure the tether to oar mounts and oars. Quick-release 1" buckle for removing the oar when needed.
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NRS Mr. Zogs Paddle Wax
Increase your paddle grip with MR. Zogs multi-purpose paddle wax. Never Spoils.
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NRS Convertible Oar Right
Convertible oar rights keep your oar blade in the right position for full-power strokes but also allow you to feather your oars. The spline of the Oar Right fits between the horns of an open oarlock to "lock" your oar blade in position for the most effective stroke. You can still feather the oar blade by simply tugging the oar in so the spline of the Oar Right clears the oarlock horns, or you can flip the spline up and out of the way for easy feathering. For Carlisle and Cataract oars, use the Molded Oar Sleeve with the Oar Right for proper fit. The Oar Right clamps securely to the Molded Oar Sleeve with two beefy stainless steel bolts. Molded glass fill Nylon construction will give you years of trouble free service. Large: Adjusts from 2" to 2 1/4" (Carlisle, Cataraft Oars with Oar Sleeve Small: Adjusts from 1 3/8" to 15/8" (Bluewater Oars and Economy Oars using XS Oar Sleeve)
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Cataract Carbon Razor Oar Blade
Sharpen your oar setup with the Cataract Razor Oar Blade. This sleek new design sports enough sweet features to make a salty river rat sob with glee. The carbon fiber skin is rated for sharp impacts, reducing overall cracking or chipping. A strengthened urethane core reinforces the complete integrity of the blade. Dynel edging molded into the blade edges resists abrasion wear and tear. With all of the great details, the Razor still only weighs just over 2.5 lbs., 20% lighter than CataractΓÇÖs other oar blades.
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NRS Superton Open Oarlock
The finest whitewater open oarlock available! Made of Superston™, a proprietary manganese, and the strongest bronze alloy of its kind. Superston's composition assures unmatchable strength and remarkable corrosion resistance under severe conditions. The 5/8" diameter, 3-1/2" long shaft is precision-turned and drilled for a split ring. The horn opening is 1-5/8" with a 2-3/8" inside diameter. Oarlocks include Split Ring keepers.
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NRS Small Molded Oar Sleeve (12 in.)
Protect your oar and tighten the open oarlock system with the molded Small Molded Oar Sleeve (12 in.). Injection molded polyethylene. Fits all small oars 1 3/8" to 1 5/8" in diameter. We recommend the use of small oar rights or small plastic stoppers with these small molded oar sleeves.
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NRS Paddle Leash
Don't lose your paddle during that unexpected wet exit. Hook-and-loop closures secure one end to your paddle and the other to your hand or deck rigging. 3' long, 3 mm shock cord with swivel. This product is not intended for use in whitewater applications due to possible entanglement in swift water.
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