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K3 Kayak Paddle

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The K3 Kayak Paddle is a paddle brought to you by FoxWorx Paddles. Read K3 Kayak Paddle reviews or submit your own review to share with the paddling community. Check out a few other paddle recommendations below or explore all paddles to find the perfect one for you!

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K3 Kayak Paddle Reviews

Read reviews for the K3 Kayak Paddle by FoxWorx Paddles as submitted by your fellow paddlers. All of the reviews are created and written by paddlers like you, so be sure to submit your own review and be part of the community!

This was a big and...

This was a big and expensive disappointment. Never should have ordered without seeing one first. No where near the quality, fit or finish of a Bending Branches or Mitchell paddle.

I own 10 of their paddles....

I own 10 of their paddles. We have done them with pictures and fabric print on them. We have done them with straight shaft and bent shaft and small blades and over sized blades and also wooden one. We are very happy with all paddles and their service is the best. Everyone I have sent to them say they are the best people and all love their paddles

I've just received my...

I've just received my second FoxWorx K3 paddle and it is virtually flawless in fit, finish, weight,and balance. The first paddle arrived smashed and broken into 4 pieces, compliments of the tender ministrations of either USPS or Canada Post, but Dale and Bev Fox wasted not a second in fabricating (mine is a 280cm custom cut length for use solo in a 17' kevlar canoe)and re-shipping the replacement in record time, even though the damage to the first was certainly no fault of theirs, and the replacement was free, including the shipping to Alberta, Canada. You really can't get better customer service than that. I've not paddled with it yet, but I'm certain it will perform as well as it looks. The wood/carbon fibre combo is really beautiful.

About 3 months ago I...

About 3 months ago I ordered a custom K3 kayak paddle with foamcore blades. This is advertised as one of their standard paddles. What was custom was a graphite covering on the wood shaft. When I received the paddle several weeks later, there were two large concaved areas on one of the blades, a ripple in the fiber glass blade covering (not smooth as you would expect) and a totally unacceptable finish on both blades. I called and expressed my opinion on their workmanship. One of the owners (Bev) said that she would give me a refund or sell it to me as a second. I pondered the though of refinishing it myself. I accepted the discount and keep the paddle. I have since refinished the blades successfully. I have also received the credit as mentioned. I will say one thing pro about the paddle: I have used the paddle twice sense refinishing the blades and the paddle works nicely. I have read many positive write ups on Worx's wooden paddles and it appears wood is their forte.