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Bending Branches Expedition Plus Canoe Paddle
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Rating Stars   Customer Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (3 Reviews)

The Bending Branches Expedition Plus Canoe Paddle Stands up under the extreme conditions of long wilderness trips and whitewater paddling. Paddlers who require endurance and control will love the Ultimate T-Grip and Rockgard protection from tip to 6" up the shaft featured on the Bending Branches Expedition Plus Canoe Paddle. A fiberglass blade wrap further protects the butternut and basswood blade for maximum durability and ensures that you have a fully functional paddle for years to come.

Fiberglass blade wrap further protects the butternut and basswood blade
Rockgard extends from tip to 6" up the shaft for added protection
Ultimate T-Grip gives superb control and endurance
Available lengths: 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 inches
Color patterns may vary due to natural variations in the wood
Item#: 1289
Shaft Type: 21 Laminate
Blade Size: 8 in. x 20 in.
Grip Type: Ultimate T-Grip
Wood Type: Basswood and Butternut
Weight: 28 oz / 793.79 g
Made in: USA 
Size/Color Part Number UPC
52 in P EXPE PLUS 52 0717320160009
54 in P EXPE PLUS 54 0717320160054
56 in P EXPE PLUS 56 0717320160108
58 in P EXPE PLUS 58 0717320160153
60 in P EXPE PLUS 60 0717320160207
Reviewer: C Hensch Rating: 5 Date: 08/20/2011
Review: I am purchasing my second Expedition Plus. I broke the first one trying to push myself over a gravel bar instead of just getting out and walking my canoe down. I was very pleased with how well it held up on the rocks. Just about everybody in our group that runs the lower canyons of the Rio Grande uses a plastic paddle because of the rocks and low water, but this paddle made 6 trips before I broke it. The rock gaurd extends 6 inches or so up the shaft so it doesn't come off. I ruined my first bending branches paddle a sun shadow by pulling off the rock gaurd after 3 years, about 240 miles. If you want a wooden paddle and you're in rocky low water situations then this is the correct paddle to buy. Just don't put all your weight on the shaft and expect it not to crack a little. I still managed to use the paddle for two more days after it started cracking due to the fiberglass overlay. I'm very happy with the paddle and would recommend it to anyone that wants something to use hard and then still be able to hang it on the living room wall.

Reviewer: Joseph Rating: 5 Date: 07/20/2011
Review: My first paddle from Bending Branches...it is VERY WELL MADE and LIGHT. It performs very well too. I am very satisified.

Reviewer: P Corbett Rating: 5 Date: 04/24/2009
Review: The Bending Branches Expedition Plus Canoe paddle performed excellently under moderately difficult expedition conditions. I paddled with it for about a month and a half in Southeast Alaska on ocean canoe expeditions and I am pleased with how well it stood up against all the rocks and barnacles of the coastal environment here. It moves a fair amount of water and is still easy on the shoulders. A bit tiresome after many miles on the ocean, particularly through waves. Overall a nice paddle. Worth the expense.

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