Werner Sho-Gun Carbon Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Sho-Gun Carbon Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Sho-Gun Carbon Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Sho-Gun Carbon Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
It takes more than experience to keep you in the right line on a big red river. The Werner Sho-Gun Straight Shaft Carbon Paddle provides the power and smooth, river-slicing performance you need to accelerate out of eddies and shoot tight narrows with precision. The large, buoyant blade and straight shaft yield efficient strokes for demanding trips down any volume of water, while the fiberglass shaft and lightweight carbon blade keeps the Sho-Gun stiff, responsive, and powerful. Best of all, Werner reinforced the edges with a combination of Dynel and KEVLAR to protect the carbon blade from wear and tear intrinsic to whitewater kayaking.

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SKU: WER002M
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