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Bending Branches Angler Pro Carbon
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Bending Branches Angler Pro Carbon

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Description

The Bending Branches Angler Pro Carbon was inspired by the new Angler Pro. This is the ultimate kayak fishingmen's paddle. It's 100% carbon shaft and multi-laminate carbon blades. This will give the paddler powerful and smooth strokes. It will come with an adjustable feather angles of 0° and 60° for left or right handed control. The Angler Ace comes in sizes ranging from 230cm to 260cm, in 10cm increments.

  • Shaft Material: 100% Carbon
  • Blade Material: Compression Molded Carbon
  • Weight: 25 oz.
  • Blade Size: 7.25 x 18 in
  • Surface Area: 105 sq. in.
  • Feather Angle: 0° and 60° L or R
  • Ferrule: Snap Button
  • Pieces: 2pc

Color/Size

SKU

UPC

Black/230cm

P ANG PRO CB 230

717320490175

Black/240cm

P ANG PRO CB 240

717320490182

Black/250cm

P ANG PRO CB 250

717320490199

Black/260cm

P ANG PRO CB 260

717320490205

Warranty Information

Bending Branches Product Warranty

Bending Branches builds strong paddles and have one of the lowest breakage rates in the industry, but they know the unthinkable can happen. When it does, they honor all reasonable requests for repair or replacement. Bending Branches paddles are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for one year from date of purchase. For full warranty details, click here.

1 Review

  • Angler Pro Carbon
    5

    Posted by Mike Cheatham on Oct 18th 2018

    The strongest, lightest paddle out there! Honestly, the first time I picked it up I had concerns that it would even work; it felt too light to be effective. But it does work; and I can use one hand to turn my kayak while I have a fishing rod in the other.

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