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    Default Paddles as an art statement

    This came up as a banner ad at the bottom of my page.
    http://www.winnebagopaddles.com/?gcl...FdUEKgod3ScCfg

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    Default Re: Paddles as an art statement

    I think that was the source of the old wives' tale about a paddle grip giving you blisters.

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    Default Re: Paddles as an art statement

    Not sure about leaf paddles, haven't used one enough in anger to have an opinion.
    I made bent shaft asymmetrical bladed single paddles for my own marathon paddling. Experimented with twisted blades and various angles to the shaft.
    Not good enough as a paddler to tell the difference!

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    Default Re: Paddles as an art statement

    I think those paddles look great

    I bought a paddle for my dinghy steering oar

    it is nowhere near as beautiful as the ones being sold above but I

    I am becoming quite attached to it

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