You are not wrong, but...IF Squartops and their inherent counterweight are the best/most coveted oars THEN counter balanced oars are superior to non balanced. :twisted:
But which method do you use to drain your cooler when you use squaretops? Drain all at once or just leave the drain plug slightly loose so the water drains as it melts?
And do you use your squaretops with pins and clips, open oarlocks, or oar-rights?
There's a lot riding on this, God help us if we can't figure out the exactly perfect best way to get out and enjoy ourselves on the water....
Burn, burn, burn.
Why do squartops burn?
Cause there made of wood.
And how do we tell if they are made of wood?
Build a bridge out of them?
But couldnt you also build a bridge out of carlisles and cataracts? Does wood sink in water?
Nope, it floats.
What else floats in water?
Lead, really small rocks....A DUCK
So if the oars weigh the same as a duck then they are made of wood
A square top.
First off SquareTops aren't counterbalanced. Second if you bought some you wouldn't have a cooler becaue you couldn't afford one after paying up the ass for those oars. Third, baby yoda is the stupidest thing I've ever heard of.
MN, I'm gonna go out on a limb (albeit a pretty sturdy one) and say there is no chance your counter balance mx-fg's float flat on the water. They bob vertically with the blade up until they pin and disapperar or create a punji. Seen it many times.