The new Elite Series from Adventure Technology paddles are designed to offer lightweight, durable, and quality paddles for kayakers and anglers alike. Go farther with less stress with AT’s best in class paddles.
GREENVILLE, S.C. – Adventure Technology announced that its coveted Elite Series touring and whitewater paddles will now be available in a straight shaft option featuring AT’s proprietary carbon and carbon Duraweave™ constructions, making these best-in-class paddles stronger, lighter and more powerful than ever before.
The AT Elite Series is known for its innovative technology that stands well above the competition. All AT Elite Series paddles come standard with light, stiff and buoyant foam core blades, durable Dynel blade trim for maximum impact and abrasion resistance, a new advanced resin system with a superior strength-to-weight ratio, and AT’s proprietary Duraweave construction.
New Touring Elite Series
The new Atlas Carbon and improved Exodus Carbon are the first Elite Series touring paddles to feature AT’s legendary blade design with the option to choose either a traditional straight shaft or AT’s patented ergonomic bent shaft. They feature an optimized construction that is now lighter, stronger and more reliable than ever thanks to AT’s proprietary carbon construction. The paddles feature Dynel trim for enhanced abrasion resistance, ensuring superior performance in a comfortable design that can be paddled for hours on end.
A powerful high-angle touring paddle available in both straight and bent shaft options that deliver performance and control in all conditions. The lightweight carbon fiber construction with abrasion-resistant Dynel edging provides strength, power, and effortless agility. MSRP: Straight shaft: $400, Bent shaft: $475
This newly redesigned elite touring paddle is now available in straight or bent shaft options and features enhanced carbon construction with a slightly modified blade shape. The updated Dynel-protected blade provides improved durability while ensuring abrasion resistance. MSRP: Straight shaft: $400, Bent shaft: $475
About Adventure Technology®:
In 1993, an idea for the first, whitewater-specific, ergonomic paddle was born. That idea grew into Adventure Technology (AT), a paddle maker who doesn’t seek to “balance” adventure with technology, but rather seeks to push both concepts to the outer limits. AT now delivers premium whitewater, touring and fishing paddles known for excellence in design, craftsmanship and innovation. In 2009, AT joined the rest of the Confluence Outdoor family to continue its legacy of dedicated research and development, all in the name of a good adventure. www.atpaddles.com