Eastpole Greenland paddle Nanook Bone Edge 220cm
Nanook means polar bear in greenlandic.
NANOOK paddle is based on the shape and size of a traditional West-Greenland paddle. It has mild “shoulders” on transition from loom (shaft) to blades. Blade tips are round and as wide as the blade. Our standard material is western red cedar (Thuja plicata) – lightweight and beautiful wood, which generally does not rot. Pine strips on the loom is our “trade-mark” which adds stiffness to our paddles. As a finish, we oil the paddles with tungoil. Wooden paddle treated with oil feels very natural and warm in your hands. Good grip is guaranteed, even when the paddle is wet.
BONE EDGE looks like a real bone and is almost as strong as a bone. It is special mixture of epoxy and makes blades more resistant to wear and damages.
GLOW absorbs radiant energy from sunlight (or artificial lighting) and converts it into longer wavelengths in the visible spectrum, thereby emitting it as light with the sensation of colours. Glow pigments will release light for up to 5-6 hours in darkness and “charge up” in 20-30 minutes.
Using our greenland paddle is gentle to your muscles and joints and decreases fatigue. It is silent and you put less effort in each stroke. Bracing and rolling are easier than you ever thought they could be.
2 in stock
NOTE: Every piece of wood is different. They come with different density, weight and colour. Weight of the standard paddle made of western red cedar is normally between 600 and 950 grams but most commonly between 650 and 850 grams. Also the colour of oiled paddles varies from very light red to very dark brown. So in matter of colour, photos of the paddle are more or less illustrative.
- Style & Shape – West Greenland, oval
- Material – Western red cedar (Thuja plicata)
- Shaft – Oval, Pine reinforcement
- Finish – Oil
- Length – 220 cm
- Weight – 600-950g
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