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Accent "Pro Core" Paddle

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Accent Pro Core Paddle

Paddle Make & Model

Brand:
Accent
Model:
Pro Core
MSRP ($):
399.00

The Accent "Pro Core" Paddle is the lightest paddle on the market to date weighing in at 24 oz. The light weight and stiff blade give the kayak angler longer distances with less fatigue. The LokTite Feathering system allows 360 degree at 15 degree increments. The Pro Core begins with a high density solid foam core. The core is then layered in carbon and fiberglass. Accent uses Dynel edging to ensure maximum outer rim reinforcement. A rib-less back provides silent water displacement making this paddle the ultimate in technology, efficiency and performance..

Types:

  • Pro Core Pace – Low Angle
  • Pro Core Pace Bent – Low Angle
  • Pro Core Fit – High Angle
  • Pro Core Fit Bent – High Angle

Specs:

Low Angle

 

  • Surface Area 640 sq cm
  • Blade Area 16.5cm X 49cm
  • Carbon Twil Shaft 23 oz (652g)
  • Neutral Bent Shaft 26 oz (737g)

High Angle

  • Surface Area 625 sq cm
  • Blade Area 17.5cm X 46cm
  • Carbon Twil Shaft 24 oz (680g)
  • Neutral Bent Shaft 27 oz (765g)

 

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Accent Kauai

I dont have this paddle, i have the accent kauai but this was the only accent paddle so I figured this will have to do. The kauai is a great paddle for any type of kayaking. it is very light and pretty well priced compared to other paddles of the same materials. The kingpin connection is nice and the fact that the whole paddle has no metal at all. I've had some nice fiberglass paddles break because the two piece connector rusts and snaps and there is nothing holding the paddles together. its probably a simple fix but i cant find the parts. either way this paddle creates a lot of thrust yet is still quiet enough not to spook the small saltwater fish. a great paddle but is kind of pricey so i would not recommend for a beginners paddle.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Small Creeks
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
noise weight no steel
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Excellent Light Silent Paddle

This paddle is great for long paddles in rough conditions. Wind and strong tides are no match.

Paddle with less fatigue with the light weight Accent Pro Core

Less paddle noise on entry and exit of sweep.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
  • Offshore
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Light Nice Ferrul fethering system
Cons:
none
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