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    FYI: Local paddler (Kingston, MA) just put this ad up at my office. Looks like a god deal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannonball View Post
    FYI: Local paddler (Kingston, MA) just put this ad up at my office. Looks like a god deal....

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    That is pretty good. they sell for $350 new with out paddles and vests.
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    My experience = paddling skills can indeed go south if you don't rehearse every so often....
    Many types/brands are fun once one gets control of the skills...want to look at hull design, edges..etc and try similar. Soft edges are different than harder edged boats....Pros/Cons...each has something for particular level of paddler.....Spoken from my pre-coffee, doom & gloom time of day.

    Last edited by bigbog; Jul 23, 2015 at 8:20 PM.
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