Werner Vibe Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft

Werner Vibe Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft
Werner Vibe Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Vibe Stand-Up Paddle - Straight Shaft by Werner
Leave your pessimistic self at shore, as you paddle across glassy lakes with your Werner Vibe 100 Straight Shaft Paddle. This sturdy, entry-level paddle weaves Werner's easy-paddling technology with a hardy, rolled fiberglass shaft and bomber, injection-molded nylon blade. Thanks its streamlined blade shape, the Vibe delivers a gentle catch and smooth exit, which helps reduce fatigue during those all-day stand-up paddle trips--but without sacrificing blade size or power in the process. To increase the versatility of the paddle, Werner gave the blade a 10-degree offset, which makes it a viable paddle for stand-up paddle board touring, fishing, surfing, or fitness.

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SKU: WER002C
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