Apex Sweep Oars: Two levels of Stiffness: Less-Stiff and Standard Stiffness Two grip types: Row-Wik over carbon and Heatshrink over carbon Two grip colors: Black or Red Oar Length/Inboard (+/- 5 cm): 371/114, 374/114, Other (add to notes section) Blade … Read more
Sweep Blades: For traditional shaped shafts: Apex-55, Apex-52, Big Blade-52 For Slim Ellipse (elliptical shaped shafts): Apex-E Not sure which blade is right for your oar? Please provide the serial number and we will check our records.
Sweep Handle Clamp Assembly: To install, remove the old handle clamp from the oar. If the handle bolt became cross-threaded, then the bolt must be cut off with a hack saw. Once all the old pieces and the handle are … Read more
Coffey Sweep SimulatOar™: This rowing simulator provides the same range of motion, feathering and squaring up of the oar handle as in a boat. Foot stretchers are adjustable in fore and aft position. The height and the inboard of the oar … Read more
Dreher Seat Wheel Set: Compatible with Stämpfli/Janousek, Pocock, Hudson, Resolute, Empacher, Van Dusen, Fluidesign, BBG, Filippi, etc. We recommend changing all the wheels on a seat at the same time. Priced and sold as a set of 4 ball bearing wheels.
Wet Launch Foot Stretcher Parts: Velcro® foot straps and Martinoli heel cups for use in recreational boats. The large heel cups can be used with sneakers. Price per pair. Options include: heel cups only; straps only; or both heel cups … Read more
Scull Pin Assembly: Machined from a solid piece of 316 stainless steel, our scull pins are 13 mm in diameter and come in two ‘below the shoulder’ lengths. The Short Pin has 3 cm below the shoulder with 2.5 cm … Read more
Sweep Pin Assembly: Machined from a solid piece of 316 stainless steel, our sweep pins are 13 mm in diameter. Hardware is included: hex nuts, lock nuts, washers, thick split height spacers, and thin spacers. These pins can be used … Read more
Shoe Tie-Down Laces: Required equipment as per USRowing’s Rules of Racing. If you flip a boat, you need to be able to pull your feet out of the shoes. The shoe heel needs to move for rowing, but have strong … Read more