M47 ARROW - Small diameter shaft
- Standard Length: 375cm (372-378cm)
- Blade: Arrow Blade
- Handle: Adjustable + Pink 36-39mm - Blue 39-42mm - Grey 42-45mm
- Grip: (Blue rubber - Veneer or half Rubber and half Venner)
- Pitch: 0 degrees
- Flex - Weight: Soft - 2260gms / Standard - 2350gm
- Other Length on request : email@example.com
- Custom Built on request: firstname.lastname@example.org
- KUN for 4 og 2 åres inrigger: Indsend svivelafstand = midt stamme til midt sæde for hver plads
M47 Arrows are made using high modulus carbon, recently used in the America’s Cup boats. These shafts use multiple layers of thin carbon plies at various angles, to achieve a balance of strength, stiffness, torsional stiffness and are very light weight. These thin shafts have less aerodynamic drag than normal shafts and because they weigh less have less rotational inertia.
Designed for world class, elite level and highly competitive crews who seek an uncompromising rowing oar. The M47 represents the ultimate tool for propulsion on the water.
Which flex is for you?
Soft shafts are ideal for juniors, women at all levels, and masters men. Soft flex shafts are also a popular choice for elite openweight women racing the single scull or small team boats.
The soft shafts are well matched to scullers with 2000m erg scores slower than 7:00, water times in the 1x around 7:45 or slower for 2000m, or for those who desire a slightly more forgiving feel at the catch. Soft shafts are also recommended for rowers with a history of recurrent injuries. Soft shafts may also be a reasonable selection for rowers lighter than 65kg.
Regular shafts are ideal for senior and elite men in all boat classes, as well as world-class elite women in team boats. The recommended 2000m erg score is 6:45 or faster.
The appropriate 2000m water time in ideal conditions is 7:30 and faster. Rowers or crews not meeting this threshold may encounter rigging and comfort challenges and may be more effectively served with softer shafts. Regular shafts are also recommended for rowers heavier than 90kg with no history of injuries.