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Promoted 08-16-2016 by SubZero5 at 03:02 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 96" Shoreline Marine Kayak Paddle on sale for $23.97. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks ScottS9887

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Edited August 16, 2016 at 08:57 AM by jersharocks
Needed a long paddle for my kids---we have a a wide sit-on-top kayak. Got a price alert this morning that this particular paddle has dropped to its lowest price ever. Great reviews overall...and those who've managed to break their paddle seemed to have a rather easy time getting it replaced from Shoreline's customer service.

$23.97 price shows up "with deal" (no promo code needed...it's automatically on the product page).

https://www.amazon.com/Shoreline-Marine-Kayak-Paddle-Rounded/dp/B004D34EQ6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1471356589&sr=8-1&keywords=shoreline+marine+96 [amazon.com]
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And some bigger people, too. It really depends on the boat, and the paddler's body shape.

My wife and I are novice paddlers, and just went through the paddle selection process. Good paddles are expensive, so we wanted to make sure we got the right sizes the first time.

We're both in decent shape, but our body shapes couldn't be more different. She is 5ft tall, short arms, short torso and I am 6ft tall, long arms, long torso. She has a Tsunami 120 and I have a Tsunami 125 (first boats, bought used).

She ended up with a 210cm, and I got a 220cm (very long arms), and they are just about perfect. This one is almost 244cm!

We need spare paddles for overnight trips into the swamp. This paddle would be way too long for either of us for our use. Good deal if the size works for you, though.

Here are two good sizing guides that helped us to choose our paddles. Maybe they will help someone else:

http://www.epickayaks.com/wizard

https://aquabound.com/kayak-paddle-sizing-guide
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#3
Been using this for years... Has held up well in salt water, only complaint is with the foam grip as it has moved around quite a bit...

Good to know that Shoreline has warranty on this thing.
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#4
Excellent deal. I bought on over two years ago and have used it a lot with my perception 12', and I've loaned it to friends. It's been worked hard and is Still going strong. only thing I had an issue with is the little tabs that hold the paddle together. I had to bend them out a little so the paddle holds together more tightly. No big deal.
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#5
There are a few broken paddle stories in the Amazon review comments. The company is quick to replace them after providing photo evidence but man, I wouldn't want a broken paddle.
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#6
Especially if you are on Shyte's Creek.

Oh, and I've had this for 2 years now...works great. I paid $37 for it.
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Last edited by wakkoss August 16, 2016 at 11:44 AM
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... for all those who bought that crappy Intex vessel
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#8
This paddle is about 6-10in longer than the avg.. smaller people should get smaller size.
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... for all those who bought that crappy Intex vessel
I hope you are talking about the 2 man raft deal recently and not the Intex Explorer K2 Kayak from earlier in the summer. I have two of the ladder and absolutely love them. I have used several type of folding and plastic kayak's throughout the summer in between using my Explorer's and I still really like the Explorers a lot. It's not just the cost savings and potability either, they have a nice ride are relatively fast and are very durable thus far. I have hit my share or rocks, roots and tree limbs and still no puctures.
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Quote from jon2249 View Post :
This paddle is about 6-10in longer than the avg.. smaller people should get smaller size.
And some bigger people, too. It really depends on the boat, and the paddler's body shape.

My wife and I are novice paddlers, and just went through the paddle selection process. Good paddles are expensive, so we wanted to make sure we got the right sizes the first time.

We're both in decent shape, but our body shapes couldn't be more different. She is 5ft tall, short arms, short torso and I am 6ft tall, long arms, long torso. She has a Tsunami 120 and I have a Tsunami 125 (first boats, bought used).

She ended up with a 210cm, and I got a 220cm (very long arms), and they are just about perfect. This one is almost 244cm!

We need spare paddles for overnight trips into the swamp. This paddle would be way too long for either of us for our use. Good deal if the size works for you, though.

Here are two good sizing guides that helped us to choose our paddles. Maybe they will help someone else:

http://www.epickayaks.com/wizard

https://aquabound.com/kayak-paddle-sizing-guide
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#11
Thanks for the deal posting!! Had been looking for a new paddle for my Hobie outback, the paddle I currently have is too small.
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#12
It does seem a bit fragile... I dunno.

I want the paddle this guy is using.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUld0tszSG8

Because ya just never know.
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#13
i bought this 13 days ago & just called and they did do a price adjustment. bounce

the paddle is light & thin. and yes: the foam does tend to shift. next time i go out, i'll be trying rubber bands to keep the foam in place. but it is loads better than the paddles that came with my kayak.

the only thing i would not recommend is using this paddle like a spear/anchor to keep the kayak still. i'm guessing that's how people are snapping it -- it's too thin for that purpose.
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#14
Excellent! All I need now is a kayak... :p
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#15
Is this long enough to poke snakes with?
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