Werner Double Diamond
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The Werner Double Diamond Bent Shaft Paddle is the ultimate stick for serious play boaters. It offers the powerful catch and light, buoyant strokes needed to master technical freestyle moves. 30 degree blade offset balances solid bracing with reduced wind resistance. Werner's exclusive Neutral Bent Shaft positions your hands for the best balance, comfort and control, helping reduce discomfort in your wrists and arms. The volume of the buoyant, full carbon, blade creates an exceedingly light feel for effortless and confident strokes. Impact Resistant Kevlar(TM) and a double layer of Dynel(TM) edging adds durability. Larger blades are ideal for well conditioned play boaters and paddlers who love to run big rivers and creeks. Down-tilt blades enter the water sooner for more initial power and won't get in your way for free-style moves. Small diameter shafts are available and recommended for paddlers whose hand (from the base of the palm to the tip of the middle finger) measures 6 1/2" or smaller.
Werner Paddles Double Diamond Whitewater Kayak Paddle - The Werner Double Diamond kayaking paddle is the ultimate paddle for serious play boaters. Light and buoyant in aerated water, Performance foam core kayak paddle blades enhance your rolling and bracing. The down turned design enters the water sooner for more initial power while the uninterrupted profile creates smooth and effortless maneuvering strokes. An impact-resistant Kevlar layer and a double dose of Dynel edging adds durability. The quality one-piece carbon shaft is available in either straight or neutral bent shaft versions. Offering the right combination of powerful blades and buoyant strokes needed to master technical freestyle moves, the Werner Double Diamond will take your freestyle kayaking to the next level.
Designed specifically with serious play boaters in mind, the Werner Double Diamond Paddle features Performance Core carbon blades to provide the snappy power and control necessary for technical freestyle performance. The blades utilize a foam core for increased buoyancy and control in aerated water while the down-turned shape supplies greater initial power.