The design of this painted paddle represents the Pumalín National Park, a Chilean national park located in the Patagonian province of Palena, Los Lagos Region in Chile. In March 2017, Kristine McDivitt, Tompkins' widow, announced the donation to the Chilean Treasury of a total of 407,625 hectares for the creation of three protected areas: the Pumalín, Melimoyu and Patagonia. Each piece is manufactured from fallen trees, among which the Lingue, Mañio, Raulí and Radal stand out.
• Handmade and handpainted
• Wood: Lingue, Mañio, Raulí or Radal
• Packaging made of cotton (50 cm paddle) or high density cardboard (120-175 cm paddle)
• One Leather Hanger for 120 cm Paddles, two Leather hangers for 175 cm Paddles