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Cataract SGG Composite Raft Oar Shaft with Wrap & Stop

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Product title: Cataract SGG Composite Raft Oar Shaft with Wrap & Stop

Legendary Cataract SGG composite oar shafts are light and durable. Designed to flex like wood, they’re ideal for drift-boat fishing or rowing big whitewater. These oars come wrapped with rope and a rubber oar stop. Practically indestructible, you must experience the SGG to believe it!

  • Filament wound from a high-grade fiberglass and carbon fiber composite blend
  • Included rope wrap cushions rowing motion for quiet, smooth strokes
  • Perfect combination of toughness, flexibility and resilience
  • Flexes and rebounds like wood without the weight or need for maintenance
  • Light weight means effective strokes and the ultimate in oar responsiveness
  • Thick grips cushion the handles
  • Thumb notch on handle end help blade orientation
  • Rubber oar stop included
  • Removable blade permits easy storage and transport (blade not included)
  • Shafts and blades are interchangeable with Carlisle & Sawyer models
  • 1-year manufacturer warranty

Please Note: Some brands may not be shipped internationally. This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses. We would love to ship the item, please be sure the address provided upon checkout is within the U.S. Otherwise, we will contact you via email to advise that your order has been canceled due to the shipping restriction.

Technical Specifications

Shaft Material Glass/carbon/epoxy composite
Shaft Diameter 1 7/8"
Blade Shank Diameter (Blade Not Included) 1 5/8"
Rope Wrap Length 20"
Grip Cushion Thickness 1.8"
Average Weight (per shaft) 5 lbs.

Product Tips:

  • Blades are sold separately
  • The oar stop needs to be rolled onto the rope. The distance will depend on personal rowing preferences
  • If you have not previously used rope-wrapped oars with your oarlocks, be sure to examine the inside surfaces of the horns for any rough places or imperfections. Using the oars in oarlocks that cause premature wear of the rope wrap may not be covered by warranty