For customers looking for the best-in-class slides (tracks) for their boat, than look no further than Carl Douglas’ AussieRail™ Slides. These slides are hard-anodized for longevity and complete with smooth no-bite ends to prevent “slide bite”; extra comfort and reduced risk … Read more
Features / Attributes: Snap-In Shoe Plate Angle: The plate is angled to give optimum connection during both the catch and the drive. Low Weight: The weight of the Shoe Plate with hardware is only: 254 grams. The Latest Shoes Offered: There are several models … Read more
Heel Tie-Down Quick Release Snaps: Black plastic snap hooks provide quick attachment and release of heel tie-downs. Heel tie-down laces are threaded through the hole and the snap hook attaches to the loop on the rowing shoe. Quickly and easily … Read more
Slotted Interface – Carbon Tubular Rigger Part: The carbon slotted interface (also known as “RC-7”) connects the side stay with the back stay. The slot allows for changes in spread. This part is epoxied into the end of a carbon … Read more
Sidestay Assembly: Carbon side-stay assembly for Dreher side mounted carbon tubular riggers. Complete assembly of carbon side-stay tube: carbon Boat Attachment Piece (BAP); carbon Rigger Connector (RC-7); and hardware (slot reinforcement and clip). Priced per side-stay assembly. Please provide the length of … Read more
Padded Nylon Scull Bag: The Padded Nylon Scull Bag is made by Burnham Boat Covers in New Hampshire. Blue with full length zipper, Dreher logo, quilted lining, shoulder straps and a divider for the blades. This bag is great for keeping … Read more
Carbon Side Mounted Sculling Riggers: Dreher ultra-stiff carbon tubular riggers complete with side stay assembly, back stay assembly, oarlock and pin. Sold as a pair. The rigger components are uncut and unassembled. No boat shims are included. The carbon “cup … Read more
Carbon Fins For BBG Singles and Doubles: Dreher Carbon Fins are designed to fit BBG singles and doubles. Available in two sizes (small and large) and two styles (the classic Parallelogram shape and the newer Sailboard shape).