AT Paddles AT2 Superduty Carbon Paddle - Bent Shaft

Heaven in hand for the most punishing paddlers.

This is the mack daddy, the power stick of the pros, and the choice of whitewater rodeo clowns with a taste for nothing but the best. Fully carbon and strong as an ox, the AT Paddles AT2 Superduty Whitewater Paddle never backs down. Stuff it in a churning hole, drag it through ripping hydraulics, or ease it down the run of a river all day—the Superduty Paddle will do it all. Blade to body, this is one tough paddle.

  • Carbon & Aramid braid shaft is lightweight, flexible, and supremely durable
  • Unibody construction means that this paddle was formed as a single piece from start to finish
  • Cutaway asymmetrical shaft design allows your grip to stay natural instead of super-tight
  • Blade offset of 30 degrees offers powerful purchase and maximizes efficiency with each paddle stroke
  • Large, contoured carbon braid blade has protective trim around the perimeter to protect it from abuse, and the lightweight foam core makes it buoyant
  • Full control grip gives you the most secure handle on your shaft
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

at superduty review

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

AT nailed it on this one.. I was always a Werner Powerhouse kinda boater, not knocking Werner at all, they also make a great product and are very dependable! but I felt as a heavier boater the AT superduty was stiff enough for me to poull my weight and ergonomically my wrists loved it! and not to mention when I broke my paddle.. no questuons asked they sent m e a new one!

Lightweight but Trustworthy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I picked up an AT2 Superduty because I needed something that would be easier on my shoulder that's seen two reconstructive surgeries. Prior to the AT2 I was using an AT4 that was much heavier, stiffer, and had much larger blades.
The AT2 is great; the smaller blades and subtle flex seriously reduce the stress on my shoulder, and the low weight definitely reduces fatigue in flat sections of river.
I still have the AT4 as a backup, but the Superduty is absolutely my go-to for just about any water with the exception of very boney rivers. I haven't had any issues with the Superduty's durability, but I'm much more comfortable scraping my way over rocks with the fiberglass AT4.