Sevylor Oars Heavy Duty Aluminum Shaft

Sevylor
SKU: SLR4154 MFR: 2000004154

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Sevylor Oars Heavy Duty Aluminum Shaft
The Sevylor Oars Heavy Duty Aluminum Shaft keeps you paddling through rough waters, without the strain of conventional paddles. It's made with a heavy-duty aluminum shaft that is lightweight and makes easy work of paddling. Stainless steel connectors easily attach the 4 shaft pieces securely, to give you extended quality and longevity. There are specially ribbed hand grips to let you get a secure hold, while paddling through marshes, bushes or even against the current. A wide oar design (5.5 in.) gives you exceptional adaptability and is design for use with all Sevylor inflatable boats. It is also lightweight at just 3.9 lbs., and is easy to bring along on all your days at the beach or a weekend adventure by the lake. Go ahead, experience comfort when you're out in the water, with the Sevylor Oars Heavy Duty Aluminum Shaft.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 3 months.

www.sevylor.com
(800) 835-3278

Sevylor Oars Heavy Duty Aluminum Shaft Features

  • LOA: 59 in.
  • Width of blade: 5.5 in.
  • Special ribbed hand grip
  • Stainless steel connectors
  • Two drip rings
  • 4 pieces shafts
  • Two blades
  • Made in China

Sevylor Oars Heavy Duty Aluminum Shaft Specifications

Overall Length
59 In
Blade Dimensions
5.5 In W
Drip Rings
Two
Two Drip Rings
Yes
Stainless Steel Connectors
Yes
Width Of Blade
5.5 In.
Limited Warranty
3 Monts
Mfr #
SKU
SLR4154
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bill c  I would like to purchase 2 pairs of oars. I will measure. My real question is locks for oars?
JOSE S  There were not locks for these oars.
Shopper  are these sold as a pair and what`s the handle diameter ?
IGOR Y  I like these oars, they are reliable.
john f  what is the length of the blade? what is the thickness of the shaft? where are they joined? what do these weigh?
IGOR Y  I like these oars, they strong and reliable.
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