Werner Shuna Hooked Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Shuna Hooked Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Shuna Hooked Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Shuna Hooked Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
The fishing-specific Werner Shuna 2-Piece Straight Shaft Hooked Paddle provides kayak anglers with a light and stiff paddling experience. Lightweight materials result in a reduced swing weight, while the fiberglass blade construction strikes a balance between performance and value. Featuring Werner's Smart View adjustable ferrule, the paddle can be adjusted to fit your body's natural rotation for a more comfortable stroke, and the seamless connection point won't snag your line or interfere with your fishing.

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SKU: WER003Q
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