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A low swing weight equals more fun on the water.

No matter how rad your stand-up paddle board is, you won't get far without a quality paddle. Grab the Werner Spanker Adjustable 2-Piece Paddle for a light swing weight that cuts fatigue and improves efficiency. The powerful full-sized blade has a tear-drop shape for easy forward progress, and the ABS Palm-grip fits comfortably in your hand for total control. Plus, the two-piece design allows you to adjust the paddle for a perfect fit.

  • Carbon fiber construction in the blade and shaft provide durability and a low weight of just under a pound and a half
  • Full-sized blade utilizes a tear-drop shape for gentle power and a smooth stroke
  • Dihedral profile and low cadence in the blade increase forward efficiency
  • Two-piece carbon shaft allows for easy transport and can be adjusted for a perfect fit
  • ABS Palm-grip is designed for maximum comfort and control
  • Balanced lightweight construction provides a low swing weight for reduced fatigue

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spanking good paddle

If you're into paddle-boarding this paddle is worth the investment. It's super light, handles smoothly through the water & has a comfortable grip.Feels very efficient. It comes apart easy making it travel friendly. The height adjustment is great if more than one person will be using it. Highly recommended!

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Werner has decided to defer the cost of a reliable two-pin locking mechanism for a single-pin lock on this paddle. It failed under duress every time a power-stroke was required in the rapids I was negotiating this afternoon. The pin would dislodge and the handle would spin in the shaft. This would have been dangerous to someone less familiar with the water I was in today.

Werner, epic fail..............