Shuna Fiberglass 2-Piece Paddle
The Werner Shuna 2-Piece Paddle is a lightweight option for smaller paddlers who use a high-angle stroke or larger paddlers who are not looking to sacrifice high-cadence capabilities or purchase with a lightweight paddle. The paddle's mid-sized blade balances power without much resistance, and the adjustable ferrule lets you customize blade angle as needed. A carbon shaft makes for a lightweight in-hand feel, too. This high-angle paddle deserves to be taken touring out on the ocean or on long-haul treks from lake to lake.
- 2-piece paddle for tourers that can't wait to get to the ocean
- High-angle design for high-cadence paddling
- Mid-sized blade for balance between power and ease
- Straight shaft offers lighter option than bent-shaft designs
- Item #WER0099
- Shaft Material
- Blade Material
- Overall Length
- 210cm, 215cm, 220cm
- Blade Length
- Blade Width
- Blade Area
- 610sq cm
- Shaft Profile
- Feather Angle
- Paddling Style
- Claimed Weight
- [210cm] 1lb 11.5oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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November 9, 2022
Great all around high angle paddle!
- Size Bought:
- 5' 6"
I was able to borrow one from a friend before my order arrived. Pro: light, sturdy enough, and forgiving. Great for long distance if you’re not in a rush. Moves enough water to give you enough speed but without feeling the strain in your strokes. It allows you to do higher rpm. Con: not enough blade size for me to paddle in choppy conditions as I would like. It left me desiring for more. It would be a great 2nd paddle, but if I were to have a second paddle, I would select something even lighter just in case I would need the additional energy saving. I have a recreational kayak inflatable drop stitched that’s about 31” wide. The 210cm was a bit short and technique has to be consistent and on point or else the paddle would flutter a bit and would hit the sides of the kayak, but still doable. I don’t normally paddle more than 2 hours, so I can’t say how it would feel beyond that length of time. But for my preference, I am ordering the Corryvrecken to see.
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