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Bending Branches Java ST | Wooden Canoe Paddles | WWTCC
Bending Branches Java ST | Wooden Canoe Paddles | WWTCC
Bending Branches Java ST | Wooden Canoe Paddles | WWTCC
Bending Branches Java ST | Wooden Canoe Paddles | WWTCC
Bending Branches Java ST | Wooden Canoe Paddles | WWTCC

Bending Branches Java ST

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A premium touring paddle the Java ST is a beautiful, super light all wood canoe paddle with freestyle palm grip
Information
The Bending Branches Java ST is a premium touring canoe paddle and the lightest all wood canoe paddle available from Branches LLC and a performance machine in terms of efficiency and water propulsion.
  • Built to last with 2 oz. fiberglass wrap and full Rockgard® protection on blade
  • Solid basswood shaft makes this our lightest all wood canoe paddle
  • Modern "pin-striping" look is sure to turn heads on the water
Paddle Specs
GRIP Freestyle Palm Grip
BLADE SIZE 8.1 x 19 in. (21 x 48 cm.)  
SURFACE AREA 118 sq. in. (761 sq. cm.)
BLADE Basswood & Roasted Basswood with 
PROTECTION Full Rockgard® and 2 oz. fiberglass wrap
SHAFT Straight
WEIGHT 19 oz. (539 g)
  *Due to the varied density of wood, all canoe paddles could have a +/– 10% variance in weight. Paddle weight is based on 54 inch measurements for straight shafts and 50 inch measurements for bent shafts.
Specifications
  • Brand:
    Bending Branches
  • Condition:
    New
  • Product Code:
    P JAVA PLUS ST 54
  • Weight:
    2kg
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Amazing Paddle

Paddle is incredibly light and absolutely amazing finish. Balance is perfect and not much more to say except, it is perfect.

Stuart Pattie | Derby | July 2022

Lovely Paddle, just powerful enough

When this arrived, it looked to have a chunky palm grip and a chunky shaft. But in use it was wonderful, very comfortable, not tiring. Excellent touring paddle, plus I am sure it will cope with a few knocks if the water gets a bit shallow

Karl Devitt | Aylesbury | February 2022