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Skagit Fiberglass Paddle - Straight Shaft Small

 
 

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$135.00

 

 
 

Item # SG2-F12

 


  • Description
  • Item Specs
  • Product Reviews
  • The Werner Skagit Kayak Paddle (formally the Werner Cascadia) is an unbeatable value for a performance paddle that is suited well for new entrants and recreational kayakers alike. The fiberglass nylon blades have the lightest swing weight at this price coupled with a smooth, stable stroke. Adjustable ferrule system is standard.
  • Features:
  • Adjustable Ferrule System allows elegant adjustment of feathering angle from 0° - 75° right or left in 15°
  • Light swing weight reduces overall fatigue on long paddling excursions
  • Two-piece design breaks down quickly for transport and storage
  • Drip rings keep hands and cockpit dry
  • Standard Performance gives you Werners heritage for a better paddling paddle at introductory prices.
  • Mid-sized, low-angle blades fit the widest range of paddlers.
  • Dihedral allows for smooth and stable forward paddling, a core philosophy for Werner.
  • Fiberglass reinforced nylon, injection molded blades are impact and wear resistant, a combination of light swing weight for the value yet maintain the design element direct from our Premium line. Offering smooth, stable stokes that allow for easier paddling
  • Small Shaft Size
  • Material: Shaft: Carbon blend ,Blade: Fiberglass
  • Weight: 34.5 oz
  • Length: 205cm to 260 cm in 5 cm increments
  • Blade Size: 49 cm x 15.6 cm
  • Blade Surface Area: 605 cm2
  • Blade Shape and Design: Dihedral, Asymmetrical, Low angle
  • Ferrule: 2 Piece Smart View Adjustable
  • feathering Angles: Smart View Adjustable
  • Shaft Type: Straight Shaft
  • Shaft Size: Small
  • Sport: Kayak
  • Type: Recreational

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