FEATURES of the Werner Zen 95 3 PC Adjustable Shaft Paddle
With decades of design experience, we saw a need to innovate blade shape
Longer, rectangular, slender design is easier on the body with a more gentle catch. Higher cadence and less fatigue without sacrificing blade size and power
Versatile paddles have a 10 degree shaft to blade offset. Designed to keep the blade more vertical through the power phase, it benefits your forward paddling, but still gives the surfer a good compromise in the waves
Dihedral, the ridge down the middle of the power face, allows for smooth and stable forward paddling. A core philosophy for Werner
Mid-sized 95" blade suits those wanting to move more water and to those of medium to larger stature
Shaft and Grip are available in Small Fit, the perfect fit for female paddlers (Fixed length only) or Standard Fit
Advanced Fit options to outfit your needs
No matter your Fit option choice, our shafts are optimized for flex and strength, to be comfortable in all applications
Premium Performance uses material choice and manufacturing skill to allow for a perfect combination of light swing weight and stiffness
Fiberglass blades and carbon blend shaft gives you a compromise between swing weight and value
Rated 5 out of
Super light!Exactly what I was looking for and at a great price!
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