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June 11, 2009

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Bruce Stitt

Nice combat consciousness.....having a rudimentary j-stroke helps when your paddle spontaneously becomes a one-ender.

Andrew

UPDATE: Epic has agreed to replace ALL of the paddles (6 total) that David purchased from them, not just because of my paddle snapping in half but because of other problems. The adjustable ferrule on one paddle stuck in place and then broke when we tried to force it apart. The blade edges on the other paddles have started to delaminate after light use. Epic said this was due to a manufacturing defect.

Martin

Nice images. Epic is really good about their after care market. I snapped my carbon-fiber paddle getting out of my kayak (don't ask) and they repaired it with no questions asked.

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