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Shaft: Bent Carbon, Straight Carbon, Straight Glass
Feather: H2O Click Lock System 15 increments
Colors: Blue, Green, Orange, Red
Blade: Low or High Angle
210-240 cm; 760-880 grams; $199 – $390

The H2O Crystal-X Series Tour Paddles are the epitome of performance and esthetics. Made of a proprietary polymer, the transparent multi-component blade construction provides incredible performance with maximum feedback for a paddle that rivals a full carbon unit at a fraction of the price.

Shaft: Measuring Tape Straight Glass
Blade: Low Angle
200-240 cm; 890 grams; $165

The H2O-Fish is a kayak fishing-specific tool. Designed for the discerning angler the H2O-Fish features a lightweight glass straight shaft, high power blades, measuring tape in the shaft and scale hook in the blade. This is the best tool in the box

Shaft: Bent Carbon, Straight Carbon,
Feather: H2O Click Lock System 15 increments
Blade: Low or High Angle
Colors: Brushed Nickel
Lengths: 210-240 ; Avg Weight: 25-28 oz
$399 – $499

New For 2011. H2O Performance Paddles continues to push the envelope on paddle design with the introduction of it’s new H2O-Nano. A Carbon shaft coupled with an Advanced Nano Nickel blade provides the durability of an Engineered Nylon with the stiffness and weight of Carbon. Limited availability for 2011.

Shaft: Texalium Bent, Carbon Straight, Glass Straight
Feather: 0 / 12 / 30 / 45
Blade: H2O-2
188 -197 cm, 910-1080 grams; $169 – $339

The H2O-2 series provides solid performance with a crisp blade feel, control and enhanced comfort. Available in Grip Indexed Ergo Bent or standard straight shaft builds, the asymmetrical blade profile provides solid performance for freestyle and river running. Ergo bent Texalium shaft for improved feel.

Shaft: Carbon Straight, Glass Straight w/ Maple T-grip
Blade: H2O proprietary
48-58″; 740-790 grams; $169 – $185

The H2O-C1 paddle uses our unique blade design in a package specifically designed for the WW canoeist. The H2O-C1 features a C1-specific glass straight shaft, proprietary blade design and a maple T-grip. A Raft Guide specific version, featuring a larger blade profile and concave tip edge, is also available.