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Werner Twist Paddle - Bent 45 Degree 2011 Model

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The smaller blades of the Werner Twist Bent Shaft Paddle make it super light, quick and efficient. Perfect for smaller paddlers, women and youth who want big performance in a smaller package.
  • 45 degree blade offset significantlly reduces wind resistance on the forward stroke for more efficient paddling.
  • Werner's exclusive Neutral Bent Shaft positions your hands for the best balance, comfort and control, helping reduce discomfort in your wrists and arms.
  • Premium fiberglass blades provide lightweight responsiveness and durability.
  • Smaller blades allow for a faster cadence to help you hit those must-make moves.
  • Down-turned blades enter the water sooner for more initial power and won't get in your way for free-style moves.
  • Small diameter shaft option is ideal for smaller hands.

Small shaft option is available. To know if you need a small diameter shaft, measure your hand from the base of the palm to the tip of your middle finger. If your measurement is 6 1/4" or smaller you should try a small shaft. You can also print the "Shaft Diameter Print Out" in the Links section and use it to measure your hand.

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Blade Material: Fiberglass
Blade Size: 20.25 cm W x 45 cm L  (7.9" W x 17.7" L)
Blade Surface Area: 647 sq cm / 100 sq in
Blade Shape: Asymmetrical
Shaft Material: Fiberglass
Shaft Shape: Bent
Feather: 45 degree
Breakdown: No
Control: Right hand
Small Shaft Stocked: Yes
Paddle Weight: 197  is 32.5 oz  (921 g)
Application:
  • Whitewater - playboating
Features:
  • Down-tilt design offers a powerful catch, but won't trip up on your boat.
  • Smaller blades for smaller boaters who don't want to sacrifice performance.
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video: Werner Neutral Bent Shaft

Werner Neutral Bent Shaft (2:23)

Our Neutral Bent Shaft is designed to alleviate stress and strain on your hands, wrist and forearms when you paddle. This strain is usually caused by a previous injury, over gripping the paddle shaft and can be acute for those who paddle in rough water conditions where five fingers of contact to the shaft must be maintained. The key benefits that are unique to our Neutral Bent Shaft are; natural alignment of the wrist reducing strain and fatigue, stable leverage point during ALL stokes which increases comfort and an advanced grip that fits the natural contour of your hand. The slightly heavier shaft weight, when compared to a straight shaft, is offset by the ergonomic benefits.

video: Werner Paddles Commercial

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4.0

Great Paddle

By Miss Direction (Kayaker)

from Toledo, OH

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comfortable grip
  • Light Weight
  • Sturdy

Cons

  • Blade Durability

Best Uses

  • Creek Boating
  • Pool Sessions
  • Whitewater kayaking

Comments about Werner Twist Paddle - Bent 2011 Model:

What I love about my Werner Bent Shaft paddle:
1. Light weight yet durable.
2. Bent shaft allows me to always know where my hands are especially if I'm attempting a roll.
3. The grip I purchased is a small shaft. As a female kayaker this is a HUGE benefit. It never slips out of my hand.
4. The added price of a bent shaft is definitely worth it!

The only thing to consider is that the blade doesn't appear to be as indestructible as other paddles. I plan to attach a rubber "blade saver" to maintain the blade.

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