Werner Corryvrecken Carbon 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Corryvrecken Carbon 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Corryvrecken Carbon 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Corryvrecken Carbon 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
The Werner Corryvrecken Carbon Fiber Kayak Touring Paddle is a big, powerful paddle for well-conditioned high-angle paddlers. The carbon blend shaft keeps the Corryvrecken durable and lightweight, and the fiberglass blades provide a light swing weight and stiffness which lends better maneuverability. People who want a paddle for choppy conditions or training will like the Corryvrecken's wide blade. It lends powerful catch and stroke, and the dihedral shape helps link strokes smoothly. The Corryvrecken is excellent for bracing and rolling.

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SKU: WER004P
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