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No Limits Propel 87 in Kayak Paddle

No Limits Propel 87 in Kayak Paddle is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 26.
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SKU: 023469067 Item: FSNOMC4001
No Limits The No Limits Propel 87 in Kayak Paddle features an adjustable, aluminum shaft and fiberglass-reinforced composite blades. No Limits Propel 87 in Kayak Paddle
023469067 26.99 USD

$26.99

Select Length: 87"

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The No Limits Propel 87 in Kayak Paddle features an adjustable, aluminum shaft for lightweight handling, durable plastic blades and comfortable foam grips.

Features and Benefits
  • Adjustable, aluminum shaft for lightweight handling
  • Comfortable foam grips
  • For use with kayaks
  • Durable plastic blades
Important Product and Safety Information
  • Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Specifications
  • Product weight: 2.8 lbs
What's in the Box
  • No Limits™ Propel 87" Kayak Paddle
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great paddle! I finally got my kayak done and used my new paddle today. A great paddle, wonderful price, has all the right design features.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent value. Not cheaply made I used this same paddle with my kayak and was so happy with the results, I purchased 3 sets for my family. Excellent product and academy shipped them extremely fast.
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for the price! Great kayak paddle for the price I like that it has the foam handles and that you can break it In half to store in your vehicle.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very inexpensive! I ordered this paddle a month ago and I still can't believe how cheap it was. I tell everyone I come in contact with about your store. Let's keep the prices down and the customers happy. I will definitely be a return customer.
Date published: 2016-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for recreational paddlers Nice wide paddle moves a lot of water propelling long kayaks through Class I waterways at a great price.
Date published: 2016-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works bought for kayak, as a backup for my trolling motor
Date published: 2016-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Paddle, Strong with the best Price! You can't go wrong! Great paddle! The best Price you'll find Anywhere!! We bought 5 last month. Even the kids can move swiftly, thanks to the design! They float if the kids drop them in the water! It makes Kayaking Easy & Swift in calm waters! Can't Thank Y'all Enough for this Paddle & it's Price Point! Breaks down for easy carry! Has the grips to keep your hands pretty! Love them!
Date published: 2015-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A solid starter paddle. In a world of very expensive paddles this one is economical and very sturdy.
Date published: 2015-10-18
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is this a aluminum shaft or fiberglass it says both in the description

Asked by: kayakjohn
Hello kayakjohn, The No Limits™ Propel 87" Kayak Paddle has an aluminum shaft.
Answered by: smartinez
Date published: 2017-02-03

How do I know the correct length?

Asked by: Curtis Morgan Grace
Hello Curtis Morgan Grace, The No Limits™ Propel 87" Kayak Paddle is intended to be used as a kayak paddle. The first step in selecting a paddle length is determining the dimensions of the kayak. As a reference, here are the widths of typical kayak types: Recreational Kayak width of 26" to 30". These boats are generally short and wide. Touring Kayak width 22" to 25". These boats are typically longer and narrower with more capacity Performance Kayak width 19" to 22". These boats are also long, with a narrow hull. Whitewater Kayak The width of the boat is not as critical as the paddlers height. Also, torso length is a critical factor in sizing a kayak paddle. Here's a simple and accurate way to measure your torso: sit up straight, don't slouch, on a flat chair. Measure the distance from the surface of the chair between your legs to your nose. When you're in the field, an easy way to see whether you have the right length paddle is to hold out a paddle horizontally with your elbows bent at a 90 degree angle. If your hands are about two-thirds of the way between the center of the shaft and the shoulder of the blade (the point where the blade meets the shaft), you have the right length of paddle. Again, always take stroke angle and boat width into consideration. Your level of fitness is also important. More athletic paddlers generally want a shorter paddle with a wider blade for the extra horsepower that it provides. Heavier or taller paddlers generally prefer a longer paddle with a wide blade to move their weight efficiently. Smaller paddlers, those who are not into speed or those with wrist or shoulder issues typically choose blades with less surface area; those that want more power and desire a bigger bite on the water go for larger blades. Remember, too, that if you have small hands, you'll do far better with a paddle that has a small shaft. As a general rule, if your glove size is a small, you need a paddle with a small shaft.
Answered by: KimberlyR
Date published: 2017-01-21

Can i use this for my jon boat 12ft?

Asked by: Garcialuis723
Hello Garcialuis723, The No Limits™ Propel 87" Kayak Paddle is intended to be used as a kayak paddle. The first step in selecting a paddle length is determining the dimensions of the kayak. As a reference, here are the widths of typical kayak types: Recreational Kayak width of 26" to 30". These boats are generally short and wide. Touring Kayak width 22" to 25". These boats are typically longer and narrower with more capacity Performance Kayak width 19" to 22". These boats are also long, with a narrow hull. Whitewater Kayak The width of the boat is not as critical as the paddlers height. Also, torso length is a critical factor in sizing a kayak paddle. Here's a simple and accurate way to measure your torso: sit up straight, don't slouch, on a flat chair. Measure the distance from the surface of the chair between your legs to your nose. When you're in the field, an easy way to see whether you have the right length paddle is to hold out a paddle horizontally with your elbows bent at a 90 degree angle. If your hands are about two-thirds of the way between the center of the shaft and the shoulder of the blade (the point where the blade meets the shaft), you have the right length of paddle. Again, always take stroke angle and boat width into consideration. Your level of fitness is also important. More athletic paddlers generally want a shorter paddle with a wider blade for the extra horsepower that it provides. Heavier or taller paddlers generally prefer a longer paddle with a wide blade to move their weight efficiently. Smaller paddlers, those who are not into speed or those with wrist or shoulder issues typically choose blades with less surface area; those that want more power and desire a bigger bite on the water go for larger blades. Remember, too, that if you have small hands, you'll do far better with a paddle that has a small shaft. As a general rule, if your glove size is a small, you need a paddle with a small shaft.
Answered by: KimberlyR
Date published: 2017-01-21

How much does the no limits propel 87 paddle weigh? 

Asked by: Daytonasurfer02
Hello Daytonasurfer02, The No Limits™ Propel 87" Kayak Paddle weighs 2.8 lbs.
Answered by: bsinkler
Date published: 2016-06-28

Is this paddle good for a 13 year old?

Asked by: xXscorpionXx
Hello xXscorpionXx, The first step in selecting a paddle length is determining the dimensions of the kayak. As a reference, here are the widths of typical kayak types: Recreational Kayak width of 26" to 30". These boats are generally short and wide. Touring Kayak width 22" to 25". These boats are typically longer and narrower with more capacity Performance Kayak width 19" to 22". These boats are also long, with a narrow hull. Whitewater Kayak The width of the boat is not as critical as the paddlers height. Also, torso length is a critical factor in sizing a kayak paddle. Here's a simple and accurate way to measure your torso: sit up straight, don't slouch, on a flat chair. Measure the distance from the surface of the chair between your legs to your nose. When you're in the field, an easy way to see whether you have the right length paddle is to hold out a paddle horizontally with your elbows bent at a 90 degree angle. If your hands are about two-thirds of the way between the center of the shaft and the shoulder of the blade (the point where the blade meets the shaft), you have the right length of paddle. Again, always take stroke angle and boat width into consideration. Your level of fitness is also important. More athletic paddlers generally want a shorter paddle with a wider blade for the extra horsepower that it provides. Heavier or taller paddlers generally prefer a longer paddle with a wide blade to move their weight efficiently. Smaller paddlers, those who are not into speed or those with wrist or shoulder issues typically choose blades with less surface area; those that want more power and desire a bigger bite on the water go for larger blades. Remember, too, that if you have small hands, you'll do far better with a paddle that has a small shaft. As a general rule, if your glove size is a small, you need a paddle with a small shaft.
Answered by: bsinkler
Date published: 2017-01-21

I tried ordering online but it said that you guys are out of stock. Are these an online sail deal only or will an academy store have these?

Asked by: Rigo_zum16
Our local Academy does have them in store.
Answered by: Gin86
Date published: 2016-06-24

How long is it

Asked by: Bsloan
Hello Bsloan, The No Limits™ Propel Kayak Paddle is 87 inches.
Answered by: AntoniaD
Date published: 2016-06-14

What is the weight of the paddle?

Asked by: girlygirl
Hello girlygirl, The No Limits™ Propel 87" Kayak Paddle weighs 2.8 lbs.
Answered by: bsinkler
Date published: 2016-06-28
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