Freedom Stand-Up Paddle

Product

Specs

With a 100% carbon shaft, contoured palm grip and epX engineered polymer blade, the Freedom weighs only 29 oz. so your time on the water will be less fatiguing. Perfect for intermediate paddleboarders, its stiff, durable blade delivers more power with every stroke: no whippy, wimpy blade here.

And…it looks really cool. This paddle’s ocean blue blade and grip – and its Polynesian graphics – make a real statement on the water.

New: The Freedom is now available in 4-piece breakdown, perfect for any travel.

Ovalized Shaft: 
Carbon
Standard
Blade Width: 
8.50in
Blade Length: 
17in
Blade Surface Area: 
100 sq.in.
645 sq.cm
Paddle Weight: 
29 oz
822 g
Paddle Length: 
70-80 in
76-86 in
Paddle Construction: 
2pc
4pc
Suggested Retail Price: 
$139.95 (2pc)
$164.94 (4pc)
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Please Note
We’ve done our best to show you the dealers in your area who carry our products. However, please call ahead to make sure your local dealer has the specific product you want in the specific size you need. In the unlikely event that you can’t find exactly what you want, any of our dealers will gladly handle your special order for any Aqua-Bound paddle. All of our paddles are readily available from our factory.

Comments

Jessica Rhae from You Did What With Your Wiener conducts an unbiased third party review of the Freedom 4pc break-down paddle. http://youdidwhatwithyourweiner.com/aqua-bound-freedom-4-piece-sup-paddl...

With the snow falling yesterday I decided it was a perfect SUP day. We drove down to the Fraser River and launched off the
edge of the ice. The morning was spent paddling upstream against the current but the Freedom made the going seem a little less than painful. While it didn't seem to enter or exit the water quite as nicely as the last few paddles I've
used, I must note that they all cost at least double if not triple the amount
as the Freedom. For the money the paddle was stiff and light; when it comes to a bang for your buck paddle this would certainly be my choice. Best paddle under $175, hands down. -Calvin Peters westerncanoekayak.com