Werner Guide Stick Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Guide Stick Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Guide Stick Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Guide Stick Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
How do you know someone's a river guide' Because the Werner Guide Stick Straight Shaft Paddle gave it away--either that, or they'll tell you. Trusted by river guides and professionals, this paddle features Werner's dependable construction for long-lasting durability on the river. Starting with the shaft, the fiberglass design provides equal parts flex and strength, while the enhanced ABS-T grip offers maximum control and durability. Not to mention, the dihedral blade shape provides a more smooth and powerful stroke, ensuring a more comfortable paddling experience, which is crucial when you're paddling for tips.

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SKU: WER003G
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