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ZJ Sculling Oars With Carbon Oval Shaft and Slit in Blade (5 pairs/box)

ZJ Sculling Oars With Carbon Oval Shaft and Slit in Blade (5 pairs/box)

Regular price $1,415.00 USD
Regular price $1,768.00 USD Sale price $1,415.00 USD
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5.Normally ship out within 7 days after receiving your payment.
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7. Please kindly note that all the sizes indicated are manual measured, there may be 5MM more or less. If you prefer highly of the exactness, please kindly consider it before ordering. Thanks for your kind understanding.

  • Shaft type (Oval shaft)


    Sculling oars

    Hybrid (20% carbon)

    1.70kg+/-100g / 3.74lb

    Sculling oars

    Standard (50% carbon)

    1.60kg+/-100g / 3.52lb

    Sculling oars

    Light (80% carbon)

    1.55kg+/-100g / 3.41lb

    Sculling oars

    Ultralight (100% carbon)

    1.50kg+/-100g / 3.30lb

    Sculling oars

    Skinny Shaft (100% M40JB-12K)

    1.50kg+/-100g / 3.30lb



    Minimum order quantity: 5 pairs.

    Link price is for 5 pairs of sculling oars.

  • Patented Cut Technology                                                                                                 -World Rowing & International Canoe Federation Approved


     High-pressure water created on the front of the blade during a stroke escapes round the edges (backflow) to fill the low pressure area at the back.  The cuts allow some high pressure water to squeeze through the blade.  As it does so, it loses energy and becomes low-pressure water. This maintains the driving force of the blade while creating a softer catch and more stable stroke.


    By meticulously placing angled cuts or slits through the face of the blade.

    1. LESS STRESS – the progressive power curve, results in significantly less physiological stress in shoulder and back, less possibility of muscle strain, enabling maximum enjoyment and shorter recovery time.

    2. NO LOSS OF PERFORMANCE – there is no loss of power or performance from the blade, enabling their owners to maximize performance more than ever before with less risk of fatigue and injury.

     3. SOFTER CATCH – the progressive power curve, provides a softer and smoother catch, maintaining good acceleration and is easier to keep the blade locked on through to the finish.

    4. MORE GRIP – The cuts grip the water more easily, provide greater control and improve stability in the paddling stroke.

    5. CLEAN FINISH – maintaining the high/low pressure differential gives a cleaner extraction at the finish.

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