So what’s the best all around paddle for whitewater boating? Is there one blade, preferably foam core, that you can use for play boating or creeking, and will not break the bank? Or just not break? 
 As you know, there really is no “best paddle“. A lot of the decision making process depends on the paddlers wants and needs. BUT…if you were going to choose a paddle that “does it all“, has a foam core, is incredibly durable and is also reasonably priced, the AT Eddy and Eddy Flexi would surely have to be on the top of the list. There are not many sub $750 paddles that have a feature list like the Eddy and Eddy Flexi does. What other company offers a 40 oz. composite bent shaft, tried and true blade shape of an AT2 (with some good buoyancy), Dynell edging and the kind of versatility that would allow you to Creek in the AM, and then go surf at in the afternoon? Here’s you answer…
We have 194cm and 200cm Eddy Flexi's currently in stock
The Eddy Flexi is a more flexible version of the original Eddy. This is a great choice for those who
desire the durable, yet buoyant fiberglass Eddy blade but prefer some extra flex in the shaft to
lessen the potential for wear and tear on the body.
Postage cost will depend on your location, so let us know where you are. and we will work out the best way to get it to you.
LENGTH 194 200; 
BLADE OFFSET 30-Degree Standard
WEIGHT 40 oz / 1135 g
SHAFT Carbon & Fiberglass Braid;
Unibody Construction; Full Control Grip;
Standard Diameter
BLADE Fiberglass; Foam Core; Dynell Trim; 710 cm2, AT2 Superduty and Superlite Blade shape

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