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X-Treme II Kayak Paddle

by  SeaSense

X-Treme II Kayak Paddle Description

The X-Treme II Kayak Paddle is a paddle brought to you by SeaSense. Read X-Treme II 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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I bought this paddle from the…

Submitted by: Ghostraker on 5/21/2020
I bought this paddle from the dealer I bought my kayak. I think I paid $33 for it. Like others said, it's not the lightest, nor is it the best. But for the price I don't think you can get too much better. I have had a carbon fiber paddle that I spent entirely too much money on and spent more time worrying about breaking it. Well, I didn't have to worry about breaking it, I had to worry about someone stealing it.
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I've been sticking to…

Submitted by: StakedPlainExplorer on 7/2/2019

I've been sticking to aluminum paddles because they're cheap enough that I won't freak out if my paddle gets lost or broken. I also like that they're heavier and give me a bit of a workout when I'm spending a day on a lake.

I've tried various brands and SeaSense absolutely wins in their class. I have the 84" and 96" models, both of which cost about $35 each. I've tried some other aluminum paddles, some costing twice as much, but they were either too heavy, too flimsy, or just shoddily made.

If you're not willing or ready to step up to a carbon fiber paddle, or just want a cheap-but-reliable spare, SeaSense would be worth considering.

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Bought for partner. Much…

Submitted by: fun2paddle on 8/2/2018

Bought for partner. Much nicer & lighter than expected for the price.

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For the price, these paddles…

Submitted by: Docs1911 on 6/1/2018

For the price, these paddles rock. They're solid, aluminum shafts with plastic blades. Big enough to get moving quick, its solid, and floats. The foam grips keep hands from getting fatigued, which really adds value.

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This paddle was cheap, which…

Submitted by: seanemory11 on 9/2/2016
This paddle was cheap, which is it's only saving grace. For a $30 paddle, it's adequate. The drip and splash can get annoying. The oar was not as curved as I would have liked. I'm not sure how much I trust the quality of plastic yet.

Overall, if you're looking for a paddle on a budget, I would encourage you to buy this one. If you can afford to spend the extra money, I would encourage you to spend it rather than save the money and get this paddle.