* SOLD as of 4.22 12:15PM *
3 Sawyer MXS Counter Balanced 9' Oars for sale - XW Blue
Only rowed 1x - essentially brand new. Retails for $635.
Solid shaft, barrel grip, wrap & stop. Blades not included.
Located in Steamboat Springs, CO. Local pickup, will drive within a few hours to meet...
Only used on a few trips. In great condition. Pick up in Grand Junction, CO
103 quart Canyon Cooler Prospector and internal basket - MSRP $389 - selling for $350 OBO
Outdoor play dry box w/ custom cushion cover - 36"L x 15"W x 18"H 28 lbs. - MSRP $295 + $100 cover - selling for $300 OBO...
ISO (2) 10’ Sawyer MXS Oars - Any Color . Located in Denver, but travel to western slope for work often. Little bro also lives in Bozeman and can arrange something close to there. Blades or no blades. Let’s see what ya got!
I’m looking for an old wood oar (paddle end not required) to make a can crusher out of. Im in Denver/surrounding area. Hit me up if you have one you’d like to sell! Alternately, if you know of someone that sells pre-fab crushers I’m interested as well.
Brand new, have never touched the water!
Selling 3, 8.5 ft oars. These include 6.5-inch Cataract blades and Oar sleeves. Will sell all 3 together or individually.
2 X Cataract SGG Oar, $200 each. One is blue, one is black.
1 X Carlisle 2-Piece Raft Oar Shaft $150
Also, have Oar Rights for...
Lost Sawyer MX Oar/Dynelite blade Upper C Pumphouse
:sad: Lost my brand new Sawyer MX-G on the upper Colorado about 200 yards past Eye of the needle. The oar was not even 24 hours old. They are Dark Blue with rope wrap and Dynelite blade. They also have a broken leash on the oar shaft. Please...
:( Lost my brand new Sawyer MX-G on the upper Colorado about 200 yards past Eye of the needle. The oar was not even 24 hours old. They are Dark Blue with rope wrap and Dynelite blade. They also have a broken leash on the oar shaft. Please help me out if you have seen it. $50 reward. Matt
There has been lots of talk regarding oar length, brand, construction, etc., but I haven't found anything regarding the width of whitewater blades. Typically 6.5" or 8", from what I can tell: which do you prefer, and why? I need to pick up my first set this year, so I'd appreciate any insight...