Werner Flash 85 Youth 2-Piece Adjustable Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Flash 85 Youth 2-Piece Adjustable Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Flash 85 Youth 2-Piece Adjustable Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Flash 85 Youth 2-Piece Adjustable Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
Thanks to its 10-degree feathered blade and adjustable shaft, the Werner Flash 85 Straight Shaft Youth 2-Piece Adjustable Paddle is an ideal companion for young paddlers. The Flash 85 features an adjustable system that extends up to 74in, making it ideal for kids between the age of 6 to 13 years of age. To determine your paddle's proper length, simply reference the printed height and length on the right of the shaft. A small blade helps reduce the overall fatigue and strain often incurred by using a paddle that's too bit, while the slender design maintains a high cadence and ensures ample energy return. Not to mention, the fiberglass construction is highly wear and impact resistant, making it ideal for kids who are constantly on-the-go.

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