These paddle blades have been designed by Jan Horak of Spectrum Skis. The Spectrum blades are unique in that they have two curves interacting with one another. One curve is 60 degrees off the center line and the other is 30 degrees off the perpendicular giving a blade that flows nicely in the water whilst rewarding a more natural paddling style. The twist in the blades eases the strain on forearms. The Spectrum blade is unique in the way it catches the water so that the blade delivers the same power throughout the whole stroke. The Spectrum blades facilitate exceptionally clean entry and exit. Spectrum blades come in three sizes to suit all applications.
Spectrum propeller paddles come in various blade sizes and degrees of layback. Type 1 and Type 2 differ in the angle that the blade is attached to the shaft. The Type 1 has less layback than the Type 2 and is mainly used for wild water racing. The Sea Kayak wing has a different cut on the tip to facilitate a clean entry when paddling with a wider/lower stroke.
All blades facilitate exceptionally clean entry and exit.
- Small 15.5cm wide by 46cm long.
- Med 16.5cm wide by 50cm long.
- Large 18.5cm wide by 54cm long.
- Sea Kayak 16cm wide by 49cm long
- Light but strong Carbon construction.
- Weight – 850gm +/- 50gm.
- Adjustable shaft option.
Common Lengths: 216cm, 218cm, 220cm – Custom sizes on request.
Colour Options: Carbon Black
Adjustable Shaft Option + $75.00 extra
Made in Australia.