What's in this Paddle?:
- Sapele Pommele: Originating from tropical Africa (primarily Ivory Coast and Nigeria), sapele can have a plan grain, ribbon-like stripes, or be highly figured. Sapele Pommele, however, is reserved for a stunning and distinct grain pattern that likens champagne bubbles rising to the top of a glass.
- Spanish Cedar: This species is native to Central and South America and the Caribbean. Spanish cedar is a relatively uniform light pinkish to reddish brown color that tends to darken with age.
- Maple: A popular, fast growing decorative tree that grows in Eastern USA & Canada. The term “Soft Maple” does not refer to any specific species of maple, but rather, its a broad term which includes several different species of maple. Soft maple is only slightly softer than hard, sugar maple.
- Imbuia: Also referred to as Brazilian walnut, this tree grows in Southern Brazil. The heartwood color can vary substantially. While it typically has a medium to dark brown coloration, it sometimes shows a reddish, golden, or olive-colored cast.