Werner Shuna Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Shuna Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Shuna Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Shuna Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
The Werner Shuna 2-Piece Paddle is a lightweight option for smaller paddlers who use a high-angle stroke or larger paddlers who are not looking to sacrifice high-cadence capabilities or purchase with a lightweight paddle. The paddle's mid-sized blade balances power without much resistance, and the adjustable ferrule lets you customize blade angle as needed. A carbon shaft makes for a lightweight in-hand feel, too. This high-angle paddle deserves to be taken touring out on the ocean or on long-haul treks from lake to lake.

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