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RTMC104 Silver WW

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RTMC104 Silver WW - 7997_RTMC104SilverW4b6edfc15dd05_1278786768

Paddle Info

Paddle Environment
Paddle Type(s)
Model Year
Recommended Retail Price
from GBP 125
Available Lengths
125cm, 130cm, 135cm, 140cm, 145cm, 150cm, 155cm uncut
minimum 750g
Shaft Material(s)
  • Carbon
  • Fiberglass
Blade Material(s)
Available Shaft Type(s)
Silver RTM blade in powerful spoon shape with dihedral, ideal for whitewater open boating.

silver RTM composite blade material
comfortable ‘T’ grip
alloy shaft with PVC coating
glass/epoxy shaft

RTM Silver Blades: Beautiful, light-weight and strong
A brand new range of high quality, performance paddles. The new, light-weight RTM silver glass blades offer top class performance and feel. With a striking silver finish, soft semi-translucent colouring and a metallic weave that catches the light, RTM Silver paddles inherit the strength, endurance and unique three year warranty for which Ainsworth is renowned. The new Resin Transfer Moulded (RTM) blades achieve their performance through a high-tech manufacturing process, which uses vacuum, pressure-injected moulding to produce blades having the same strength but much lower weight than with traditional techniques.

This paddle is available with the following shaft options:
straight glass/epoxy prepreg shaft: made with Ainsworth filament wound technology - 30% more strength for the same weight.
carbon shaft: made with Ainsworth filament wound technology - significantly lighter than our glass/epoxy shafts.

•Shaft Options:
1pc glass (G) straight
1pc carbon (C) straight (+ GBP 20.00)

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