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Little Sag

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Little Sag - _02_1311354771

Paddle Info


24379 Little Trout Valley Rd.
MN 55987

Phone: +1 507-313-8490

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Paddle Environment
  • Lakes
  • Rivers
Paddle Type(s)
Model Year
Recommended Retail Price
USD 140
Available Lengths
52, 54, 56, 58
17 oz
Shaft Material(s)
Blade Material(s)
Available Shaft Type(s)
Straight And Neutral Bent
7 Degree Bent Shaft Canoe Paddle At 7 degrees this bent shaft paddle is a compromise for those that like the power that a bent shaft affords but still like the feel of a more traditional straight shaft. The Little Sag is a hybrid paddle of sorts, best suited for touring. If you like bent shafts but find a 14 degree a little cumbersome to guide your canoe from the stern this is the paddle for you. It performs very much as a straight shaft does, but gives you just a little more oomph in every stroke.

It is a bent-shaft super lightweight wood canoe paddle. The blade is sheathed in fiberglass and a hard epoxy tip is added to ward off pesky logs and rocks. And the dedicated fox-head grip, indexed shaft and thin blade are all designed to remove stress from your hands and joints.

Length: 52”, 54", 56", 58”(Custom lengths available upon request)
Average Weight: 17oz.
Blade Dimensions: 7 1/2" x 20"
Shaft Style: 7 Degree bent shaft
Grip Style: Dedicated Fox-head Palm Grip
Grip Width: 3 1/2”
Wood Type: Western Red and White Cedar
Laminated blade
5-piece laminated shaft
Extra 1/4" epoxy blade tip
Blade is sheathed in Fiberglass
Entire paddle is coated in epoxy and spar urethane
'Sanborn Canoe Co.' is branded onto one face of blade

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