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Centurion

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Price and Shaft Options

Please note: For overseas orders we will
contact you with shipping costs.

This is a very popular old school paddle that is very similar to "Flite/Descente" Paddle. It consists of an all carbon fibre blade, epoxied onto an all carbon shaft; these paddles are light and durable. A medium size blade and most popular for distance and surf ski racing, coast to coast multi sports and endurance racing. Alloy tips available if requested.

Shaft available in:

  • Carbon 1.pc shaft
  • Carbon Smart Shaft
  • Carbon/Kevlar 1.pc shaft
  • Carbon/Kevlar Smart Shaft

Weight range: 800 to 900 grams.

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   Carbon
 1pc
 Carbon
 Smart
 Shaft
 Carbon/
 Kevlar
 1pc
 Centurion  $490.00  $540.00  $570.00
 Alloy Tips available on request.
 Prices subject to change.

      
          Please call us for bulk prices on over 10 paddles.
  

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#9 Hayden 2014-09-30 08:22
Have had my Centurion only a few days, but already love it. Very well made, great recommendation, service, support and follow up.
Would totally recommend, as Corey makes such a great product!
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#8 Nigel 2014-03-03 21:31
I have had my Centurion paddle with smart shaft for a few months now and have found it to a great paddle. It is really light, well made and feels good in the water. The smart shaft has made finding the perfect setup really easy and great for transporting too. Corey provided good advice and a very prompt service. Cheers
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#7 John 2013-07-25 15:16
Have had my Centurion a few months now and couldn't be happier. It has plenty of power while being sustainable enough to be comfortable for a few hours in the boat. The smart shaft gives plenty of options for set up.
Great paddle, awesome quality, highly recommended.
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#6 Graham 2013-07-23 17:48
An absolute novice paddler, after advice from Corey decided on a Centurion, with a smart shaft. After plenty of paddles around a lake I worked out what length and pitch I preferred, and now find it a breeze to use. Have just had my first trip down the Rakaia in some broken water and was very happy with the catch, and stability, it provided. (I managed to stay in the kayak) Looking forward to trying it in some more trying conditions, before the coast to coast.
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#5 Paul 2013-06-22 17:23
I purchased a centurion paddle off Corey a couple of months ago and have been out for a good few paddles now. I really like that I can set the length for myself as well as the blades. This is a really good paddle and pulls through the water well and feels great. I would highly recommend to anyone.
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#4 Kevin 2013-05-30 15:05
Hi Corey, I would like to thank you for your advice and help with the paddle selection, you were spot on. Have tried the centurion paddle in the Buller river and loved it, absolutely a well made and designed paddle. Regards Kev
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#3 Lea 2013-04-13 20:03
I've been a long time white water paddler and recently started looking at multisport as something a bit different. I purchased a millennium paddles 'centurion' having only limited experience with other wing paddles I was hopeful that the paddle would suit me well. Corey was a great help with getting the paddle to me promptly and offering advice on length. After my first couple of outings the paddle has performed well. The blades feel well balanced and pull evenly through the water. The smart shaft option suits me well being able to change the length (and offset if required) in windy conditions. The only tip I would offer to buyers is to add a bit of surf wax to the indexing on the shaft for the first outing mine was a bit slick to start with and the wax helps with grip. Thanks...
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#2 Dave 2013-04-08 13:57
I recently broke my old kayak paddle in the Waimak so needed a paddle quickly! I was able to get one custom made by Corey and he couried to it me in a week.
I have found the paddle suits me well and i like the fact i have been able to adjust the shaft lengh and angle to match the way i paddle.
Cheers.
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#1 Mike 2013-04-03 21:53
Bought one of these recently and I am more than pleased. Its years since I paddled much and took a bit to get used to it but I am absolutely delighted now I have been out a bit.

I find the paddle very positive to paddle with right through my stroke and the adjust-ability works well. Getting a good paddle was a priority for me starting back into paddling and this has helped me feel really comfortable in the boat I am starting in (an Excalibur if that helps).

I recommend these highly and I will be ordering another of these paddles eventually no question.
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