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The 100% carbon fiber Razor v2 Race Pro is a must-have item for any Pro.


A very light and surprisingly durable paddle created from the awareness that during sports competition or long distances, each additional gram is unnecessary straining your muscles, i.e. less effective rowing. The choice of bar flexibility (soft, medium, hard) and blade size (XS to L) allows you to perfectly match the paddle to your rowing style and preferences.


As standard, the Razor Race Pro comes in orange #orange paddle.

Optionally in white, yellow, pink and blue.

We can also personalize the paddle according to any design.



Pen Parameters:

Made of carbon

The shape of the blade is the key to achieving more power with a smaller blade size (i.e. less weight). In practice, it means faster rowing speed with less effort.

The applied system of symmetrical embossing into the paddle (DRC) is:

– strong hooking as well as simple and stable guiding of the oar

– minimized and evenly distributed oar resistance in the water

– increased pen strength

Pen available in four sizes XS, S, M, L :

– XS – 180g (+/-10g) / outer part of the blade: 438cm2

– S – 190g (+/-10g) / outer part of the blade: 474cm2

– M – 210g (+/-10g) / outer part of the blade: 516cm2

– L – 225g (+/-10g) / outer part of the blade: 555cm2


Stick parameters:

Made of carbon

It comes in three hardnesses: soft, medium, hard

The soft bar is only available in the one-piece paddle

The medium (medium) and hard (hard) bars are available on all versions of the Razor Race Pro: one-piece and two-piece


Paddle versions:

One-piece paddle with max. lengths up to 210 cm available in three rod stiffnesses: soft, medium, hard

Two-piece paddle adjustable with the Qnect system in the range of 175-215 cm, available in medium and hard versions. The composite Onect System is not only adjustable in length, but also in the angle of the paddle


Paddle weight:

Razor Race Pro can weigh up to 420 g in a one-piece version of 200 cm and an S shovel. Remember that oars are made by hand, therefore the given weights should be treated as informative

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