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Carlisle Paddles Outfitter Blade Assembly

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    Tech Specs

    Blade Material:
    glass-filled synthetic, high impact polypropylene
    Blade Length:
    26 in
    Blade Width:
    6.5 in
    Recommended Use:
    rafting
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    lifetime

    The blade for your heavy-duty shaft.

    Attach the Carlisle Outfitter Blade Assembly to your Extra Heavy Duty Rafting Oar (sold separately) and hop in your river raft. Carlisle made sure the glass-filled synthetic blade has full-length reinforcement to withstand rough conditions. Of course, a blade that feels like cement at the end of a stick isn’t helpful, which is why Carlisle kept the Outfitter Blade lightweight. At the end of your trip, simply remove the blade from your shaft for easy storage.

    • A durable and economical oar blade for whitewater rafting
    • High-impact polypropylene material protects against rock chips
    • Glass-filled synthetic blade design offers lightweight performance
    • Aluminum spine reinforces blade for ultra-strong endurance
    • Large blade size affords a strong purchase and impressive power
    • Push button locks the blade in for secure shaft connection
    • Removable design offers convenient transport and storage
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Great all purpose blade

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    great blade, I run them with my 13" fishing raft and they do the job. My home river is the gunnison in CO which is a really bony river and they hold nicely.

    Great blades!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Nice blades - a staple on my boats. Nice priced, good tough blades that won't let you down. Of course if you put them between a rock and a river the river will win and bust them, but they are a good blade. Two thumbs up.

    Bomber standard

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These blades are the standard go to for a reason. They are bomber and cost effective. Until I have a real job and can afford fancy carbon oars these will be the go to.

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    If you like this blade...

    If you like this blade you'll love carlisle's guide stick.

    If you like this blade...

    My wife on Moab daily

    My wife on Moab daily

    Durable and economical

      Used these blades when working for a commercial outfitter on the Colorado. These are pretty big blades that give you a lot of purchase (may be a little rough on your body if not conditioned). There were pretty durable but a couple guides I worked with had a couple shark bites in their blades (usually from rigging and derigging). I never saw a blade break but saw a few bent oar shafts. Economical and if you break a blade or bend an oar these are replaceable/detachable. There are nicer stuff out there but not at this price.

      I forgot to mention: the blade does flutter a bit (more noticable on shorter shafts) but less than you would expect for such a wide blade.

      Do ;you have 8 1/2 foot with the blade in...

      Do ;you have 8 1/2 foot with the blade in the Carlile Oar? I heard Carlile went out of business, I run a beach in NJ and always used Carlie's and can't find them. We row fiberglass Asay's.
      Thanks,
      Janet

      They just have what is available in their drop down menu. 6.5 and 8