Werner Apex 91 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Apex 91 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Apex 91 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Apex 91 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
Using advanced designs, Werner succeeded in building a new racing paddle that tops the charts and maximizes speed. According to the Paddlesports Product of the Year Awards, the Werner Apex paddle is the 2019 best paddle. Built for ultimate performance and top speed, the Apex 91 offers maximum power with a larger 91in2 blade.Werner's unique power pocket design focuses water toward the center of the blade for a more balanced stroke that enhances efficiency. Affording a reliable catch, stable pull, and smooth release, the foam core carbon fiber blade construction augments your stroke for peak speed. Paddle as long as you please with an ergonomic palm grip and 10 blade offset that give convenient control and stroke versatility. Whether you want a top-notch tool for smoking the competition or a larger performance paddle for recreational fun, The Apex 91 will satisfy all your paddling needs.

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