Cataract SGG Counterbalance Shaft with Wrap and Stop (10 ft.)

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Description

This 10' Cataract SGG Oar Shaft has an internal counterbalance weight in the handle area. This offsets the weight of the blade and shaft past the oarlock for easy, low fatigue rowing. The SGG shaft, with its spiral wound fiberglass and carbon fiber lay up flexes and rebounds like a wooden oar, without the maintenance issues of wood. The handle area has a four pound weight added. This counters the weight of the oar out past the oarlock. In a day's rowing, you lift that oar out of the water hundreds of times. This takes a lot of the work out of your outing! Shaft comes with rope wrap and rubber stopper, for quiet rowing. Shaft length is given as with a blade attached. Blade sold separately Oversize shipping charges apply.

Specifications

  • Material:Glass/carbon/epoxy composite
  • 4 pound counterbalance weight in handle
  • 1 Rubber Oar Stopper
  • Rope wrap begins 22" below handle base
  • Rope wrap in 20" in length
  • Shaft rebounds like wood
  • * Handling fee and ground only shipping may apply to this product.

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Review Summary

5 out of 5

2 Reviews

Pros
  • Build quality: 1
  • Great design: 1
  • Lasts forever: 1
  • Performance: 1

Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5

2 Ratings & Reviews

Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
Wil123
top500Contributor

from CO
35-44 yrs

Incredible Oars
September 05, 2011

First off, let me say that I am not a huge expert on oars, and have only used Carlisles and regular Cataracts before. Regular Cats to Carlisles is almost night and day in regards to the difference. The Cats are way lighter, and have such a nice flex in them. It is just amazing how light they are. But for my next set of oars, I decided to get these counterweighted ones. They don't feel so nice when trying to hold them. But you put them in your oar locks, and they are magic. Have done both long float and bloat trips with them, and big water Class IV, and they have been equally great in each. I knew they would be nice on flat water, but was pleasantly surprised how well they worked on big water when you get thrown around a lot and so do your oars. But they weren't bad at all. Maybe not as good as unweighted ones, but if you want only one oar, I like the counterweighted over the regular Cats, as the very slight disadvantages on white water don't come close to the supreme amount of advantages on flat water.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance

Cataract makes a strong reliable product.
May 17, 2009

The blades from my shorter shafts on in a snap! There are several blade styles to available. Pre-wrapped so you just needed to roll the stoppers into place to suit yourself. Counterbalance makes the longer shaft handle like a shorter one, and you get alot more stroke out of each pull.

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