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Bandit WW Canoe Paddle

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OK - I own a breakdown…

Submitted by: billcanoes on 7/18/2013
OK - I own a breakdown version of this paddle and I sold my one piece. As one of the few breakdown canoe paddles I'm glad it's out there - also this review is for the fiberglass blade, not carbon, so the fiberglass blade is terrible. I know its the same blade material as a Player or Sidekick kayak paddle but it must be the blade angle that causes the canoe paddle to chip and fail. If you can afford to replace one on a regular basis then the catch is nice...

I have been paddling kayaks…

Submitted by: paddler234932 on 3/24/2013

I have been paddling kayaks and canoe for 30 busy years... it is always fun, however, now it is a lot more enjoyable with a light and very strong Werner Calliste (seakayak/touring) and Bandit (white water canoe) paddle .. I could not believe the improvement in energy and feel .. do anything except steal one to try it .. awesome feel, response and conservation of stroke energy .. they look cool too! If you are in Banff/Canmore Alberta, contact me for a try!


I've got the glass version,…

Submitted by: paddler231253 on 8/14/2005
I've got the glass version, and I find it a bit flexible. I think they may be supplying a new shape handle - the one that came with my paddle was different from the one I demoed.

I give this a 5 out of 10 because of the handle...

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 5/27/2004

I give this a 5 out of 10 because of the handle. The paddle itself is a work of art. But the handle must have been designed to hang it from a rack more than to use as a paddle. One on my biggest pet peeves is when engineers don’t try/use their own products.