Super Tourer Polar Paddle

US$299.00

Light, low-angle paddle The Super Tourer is produced by vacuum-molded, fiberglass and pigmented injected epoxy. The Super Tourer is perfect for paddlers who are looking for a slimmer and smaller blade for...

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Description

Light, low-angle paddle

The Super Tourer is produced by vacuum-molded, fiberglass and pigmented injected epoxy. The Super Tourer is perfect for paddlers who are looking for a slimmer and smaller blade for a comfortable Touring experience.

  • Hand made 100% composite
  • Reinforced Core
  • 360º adjustable
  • 220-230cm telescopic

  

Measurements 

Blade: Fiberglass foam-core
Length:
One size
Adjustable telescopic 220cm - 230cm
Shaft: Fiberglass - Take-a-part, 2pc
Weight:
820 grams
Adjustable angle: 360º Profile: Low, thin blades

Shipping & Delivery

Shipping

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Returns

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return your unused merchandise in the original packaging within 14 days from the day you receive your merchandise for a prompt refund.

Point 65 Sweden is not responsible for any added customs charges applied by a local government.

Customer Reviews

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Deke Miller
Great deal for an excellent all around paddle

I recently picked up a Point 65N Super Tourer in fiberglass. I already own the same paddle in Carbon Fiber. The Carbon Fiber version is an incredible paddle that is designed for long distance touring and is normally used in conjunction with a low angle, relaxed paddle stroke (see the review for more on my view of the Carbon Super Tourer). I loved the Carbon Super Tourer so much I decided to get the fiberglass version to act as a deck spare and as loaner. I needed it to be light, tough, and at a reasonable price. It turns out to be only 2-3 ounces heavier than the Carbon version with a little more flex which may not be ideal for rough water paddling (which demands accuracy) but is actually a plus over a long distance (as it lessens the impact on your body). That being said, I had it out in very rough conditions and it did just fine (almost as well as the Carbon version). I have rolled with it (see my video on YouTube) and it worked just fine in that arena as well.

In the end, as I like the Carbon version more, I would have given this only 4 stars if it weren't for the incredibly great price. For a paddle $299, IMHO, it is the best bang for the buck on the market. Yes, the Carbon version is 10-15% better but at a significantly higher price. So at the end of the day, the Carbon version is for the consummate professional that insists on the best but for almost everyone else I know, this is the perfect balance between high end performance and reasonable affordability. And man do I get a lot complements on how stunning the new Polar version looks. Absolutely no regrets in adding this to my quiver of paddles.