How to adjust the size of the paddle

How to adjust the size of the paddle

There is no right or wrong way to change the size of your SUP paddle. You have the right paddle size. Therefore, we have taken out all various size methods and concepts and distilled them into a necessary process to adapt accordingly.

Instead of bombing your paddle in countless ways, we have broken down stuff to make it fast, simple, precise, and consistent. We’re going to get into what to do, so if you want more information about the paddle pieces and other relevant factors to keep reading.

Here’s a short rundown of how to fit your SUP paddle for people who need ASAP water! Confide in us; we get it! If you have a sec to the technique and finer points below, get the most from every stroke as soon as you are dialed in your paddle size.

Phase 1: Step 1.

Bring the paddle up and lay on the ground in front of you.

Phase 2: Step 2

Please hold the paddle upright and straight (parallel to your body) so that you look at the end of your blade.

Phase 3: Step 3

Adjust the t-bar grip length until the paddle’s throat is at the level of the eye (where the shaft reaches the blade and begins to spread).

SUP Paddle parts

SUP paddles come in all shapes and sizes, but some main pieces are familiar with most designs. These are the essential parts that you will often hear mentioned or discussed in articles while you are outside on water sharing technical insights. Very straight forward and it also lets you know exactly what someone means when you’re looking for directions.

T-bar Grab — the top of the paddle with a side
Shaft – the extended cylindrical portion of the paddle on the other side
Throat – – where the shaft reaches the blade and begins spreading
Blade – – the smooth, broad paddle
Turn – – the blade end.

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Sections of the diagram of the Pakaloa SUP paddle

The other parts of the paddle you see are unique to the nature of Pakaloa. The scale seen on the shaft below the T-bar helps users to change their paddles precisely to their ideal length (no longer wonder that they have their size where they like them). The two double lock pin and clasp mechanisms that deliver quick and simple attachment travel down the shaft. We also place our logo on the front of the blade to make it easy to recognize. You know your paddle is facing the right way as long as you can see it.

Scale – Change the paddle to the length you like.
Dual locking pin & bolt – Spring ball and locking mechanism for quick and simple assembly.
Front Face of Paddle Blade – easy to identify with our logo, the paddle blade’s face.

With Pakaloa’s Dual Lock Pin and Clasp system, build and change your paddle fast.

When changing the paddle size of your SUP

Now that you have a clear understanding of the SUP paddle components, we will decide what factors you need to consider when determining your SUP’s paddle size. Because riders, boards, and conditions are available in all shapes and sizes, an adjustable paddle is handy. By adjusting your paddle’s length, you can respond to all those variables with an adjustable paddle, even when you’re already on the water. We’re going to dive into exactly what that means below.

For obvious reasons, you have to remember who the rider is when changing the SUP paddle scale. We are all a little different, and the paddle can take that into account and should take it into account. When thinking about WHO, the considerations you need to remember include:

-Strong
-Weight (how heavy is your SUP on the water?)
-Length of the arm (hand to shoulder)
-Fitness (fitness and strength)

The other key group, WHAT you do on the water, is also essential. If you are sailing, cycling, or just on a cruise, you can also change the paddle size. While this could be more a personal preference, it is useful as a beginner to know your choices and what to look at later on. And the best way to know all this, of course, is to go out and try it yourself!

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-What thing are you going to do?
-What are the circumstances?

When you weigh all these variables, you will know what your paddle would be like. Overall, though, you have to find what is most convenient for you. One size could fit well for one operation and another for another. It would help if you changed the paddle length to the knee paddle. However, circumstances and personal preferences can be changed.

Naturally, the only way to learn what you want is to go out and try. And after we have passed the size options, go out and let it go. Note, the paddles can be modified quickly and easily because of Pakaloa’s dual lock pin and clasp mechanism. This means that you can also make changes when on the water if you want or want to.

Perhaps you will be lucky enough to find a friend who will carry your paddle right to you.

Method of SUP Paddle Size

Let’s begin by clarifying a few items. The “right” length of your SUP paddle is what fits best for you to swim easily for long periods without any joint pain or discomfort. We will give you a clear guide to discovering your personal preferences, but don’t allow anyone to convince you that a hard to rapid law works for everyone.

To help you prevent ambiguity, we stick to one that is straightforward and quick instead of asking you how to change your SUP’s paddle size. This provides you with the consistency to find your ideal size. So you can quickly make changes without going back to the water.

Unpack his paddle and get ready for the cold.

Phase 1: Step 1.

Bring the paddle up and lay on the ground in front of you.

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Phase 2: Step 2

Please hold the paddle upright and straight (parallel to your body) so that you look at the end of your blade.

Phase 3: Step 3

Adjust the t-bar grip length until the paddle’s throat is at the level of the eye (where the shaft reaches the blade and begins to spread).
Pretty straight forward and straight forward. There are many other avenues online, but we will save you from the rabbit hole.

Compared to the other alternatives, this is characterized by its blade length and not by the size of the entire paddle. Paddle blade measurements differ so that the information is overlooked by methods that scale a paddle over its full length. This makes the variation of blade sizes possible.

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