Werner Trance 95

photo: Werner Trance 95 stand-up paddle

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Werner Trance 95 3-Piece Adjustable Carbon Stand-Up Paddle - The Werner Trance 95 3-Piece Adjustable Carbon Stand-Up Paddle has the balance and buoyancy of the Flow but the full carbon layup is able to achieve much lower weights. For the paddler looking to go further, faster and stay on the water longer, the low weight and stable strokes make it a must have.

- Outdoorplay

With the Trance 95 Carbon Stand-Up Paddle, Werner aimed to make the lightest paddle available for SUP; at less than a pound, it may well have succeeded. Both the shaft and blade have a carbon construction for a super-low weight and equally super stiffness. The blade has a long, slender shape with an edge guard lamination to glide through water with ease, and the straight shaft has a ten degree bend to enhance power at each stroke. The small palm grip gives a women-specific feel, and the medium is ideal for most men.

- Backcountry.com

Superlight and extra tough, the Trance is designed for the paddler who pushes limits and doesn't want to be weighed down. Full-carbon construction from grip to blade for a buoyant, superlight paddle. Medium blade size is best for midsized to larger paddlers. 10-degree offset keeps the blade more vertical through the power phase for more efficient paddling. Ultralight and durable with optimal flex. Longer and more slender so it's easier on the body with a more gentle catch. Exceedingly light feel that pops the blade from the water for effortless forward strokes. The blade is superthin, creating a knife-like feel in and out of the water. The Trance is an excellent choice for the SUP surfer. USA.

- L.L.Bean

Specs

Price Current Retail: $247.16-$400.00
Historic Range: $247.16-$400.00

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