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Whiskey Carbon 4pc

200–240"
Length (in)
25
Weight (oz)
$449.95
MSRP

Whiskey Carbon 4pc Description

Perfect for the traveling paddler, the Whiskey Carbon 4-Piece is the compact option for taking your paddle with you wherever you go. The high-angle compression-molded carbon blades combined with the T-700 carbon shaft weighs in at only 25 oz., making it lighter than comparable models. The Whiskey Carbon 4-Piece is available in a 100% Carbon Posi-Lok® ferrule system which clicks into position firmly and securely. The Posi-Lok® features strong, corrosion-free construction, convenient dual-button release, and infinite feathering angles. The Whiskey Carbon 4-Piece is available in lengths from 200cm to 240cm in increments of 5cm.

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5

Love the ultra light weight…

Submitted by: Kamber on 6/1/2020
Love the ultra light weight and easy of stroke. This is an all day paddle. After recovering from shoulder and wrist injuries, I knew the Whiskey Carbon Aqua Bound was the paddling that was going to get me back out on the water fast.
5

This paddle is just superb. I…

Submitted by: mr_canoehead on 5/18/2020
This paddle is just superb. I have several aquabound paddles and their quality/value are always really good, but this Whiskey Carbon is a noticeable step-up from the less expensive alternatives. Whether it is worth the money is of course a personal decision, but I decided to give it a try and am glad I did. I suspect the fibeglass version would perform similarly, with only a tiny weight penalty (plus they look great). I've used several other high-end paddles (Mostly Werner, Lendal, Nimbus) and I would say the Aquabound is every bit as good. Obviously the blades on these things are not as tough as nylon blades, but the difference in stiffness, catch, and swing weight are worth it if you use your paddle for paddling and not as a rock hammer. I expect this one will outlive me barring any foolishness on my part.