Werner Zen 95 3-Piece Adjustable Stand-Up Paddle

Werner Zen 95 3-Piece Adjustable Stand-Up Paddle
Werner Zen 95 3-Piece Adjustable Stand-Up Paddle
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Zen 95 3-Piece Adjustable Stand-Up Paddle by Werner
Find peace out on the water as you gracefully paddle glassy lakes and choppy coastlines with the Werner Zen 95 3-Piece Adjustable Stand-Up Paddle. This stiff, perfectly balanced paddle offers smooth, powerful strokes and is well-suited to paddlers who do a bit of everything, from touring and fishing to surfing and on-water yoga. Three-piece construction shortens the Zen down to a pack-friendly size, and carbon gives the shaft a surprisingly stiff feel considering how light the pole is. Werner finished the long, slender fiberglass blade with a dihedral cross-section for a smooth, stable stroke. The blade's longer, rectangular design allows a higher cadence and less fatigue without compromising power. Fully enjoy the simplicity of stand-up paddling with the Zen paddle.

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