Werner Grand Prix 93 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Grand Prix 93 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Grand Prix 93 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Grand Prix 93 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
If you're looking for a low-key recreational paddle, look elsewhere, but if you plan on winning races and making other paddlers look foolish, then you can't go wrong with Werner Grand Prix 93 Straight-Shaft Carbon Paddle. With a blade and shaft made from Werner's Ultimate carbon, the Grand Prix is a race-ready rocket that wants to win. The buoyant blade pops out of the water for an effortless feel and a high tempo, and the dihedral blade shape provides smooth and consistent strokes even in choppy water. Werner built the blade with a 12-degree offset to help it stay in the water longer, and topped the rugged shaft off with its incredibly comfortable and efficient SUP palm grip, so you can paddle like a banshee without having to squeeze the Grand Prix to death.

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