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Werner Little Dipper Carbon Paddle - Bent

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$425.00

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The Little Dipper is Werner's smallest low-angle performance touring design. The smaller blades pull effortlessly through each stroke, allowing a faster cadence with less stress to your joints.
  • Werner's exclusive Neutral Bent Shaft positions your hands for the best balance, comfort and control, helping reduce discomfort in your wrists and arms.
  • Carbon fiber continuous-weave blades for exceptional strength-to-weight ratio and long-lasting durability.
  • Curved dihedral blade face reduces "flutter" and enhances maneuverability, helping you smoothly link strokes.
  • The oval-shaped carbon fiber shaft provides a comfortable, secure grip with a light swing weight.
  • Werner's exclusive Smart-View™ adjustable ferrule gives you a convenient two-piece paddle that looks and feels like a one-piece.
  • The Smart-View system lets you quickly and easily adjust the offset, or feather angle, of your paddle in 15 degree increments with right- or left-hand control.

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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  • video: Proper Care For Your Adjustable Ferrule
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Blade Material: Carbon
Blade Size: 15 cm W x 48 cm L  (5.9" W x 18.9" L)
Blade Surface Area: 550 sq cm / 85 sq in
Blade Shape: Asymmetrical
Shaft Material: Carbon
Shaft Shape: Bent
Feather: Adjustable SmartView ferrule 0-75 degrees
Breakdown: Yes
Control: Right or left hand
Small Shaft Stocked: Yes
Paddle Weight: 220  is 28.75 oz  (815 g)
Application:
  • Touring - low angle
  • Kids
Features:
  • Small size blade - great for smaller kayakers
  • Light swing weight of carbon fiber reduces fatigue
  • Advanced blade design creates a smoth forward stroke
  • Our most popular all around touring design
  • Neutural bend naturally aligns wrists
  • Balanced for precise control and comfort
Werner Touring Paddle Sizing

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 Smart View Adjustable

Werner Paddles Smart View Adjustable (2:17)

Werner's patented Adjustable Ferrule System is a break-through and innovative design that is now standard on all Performance Core, Performance and Premium Touring models. This elegant and easy to use design has a precise fit that adds performance and long life, that wont loosen up over time.

video: Proper Care For Your Adjustable Ferrule

video: Low Angle vs High Angle Paddling

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Werner Little Dipper Carbon Paddle - Bent
 
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5.0

Easier on the shoulders

By Busman

from Olympia, WA

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Pros

  • Comfortable Shaft
  • Minimizes Fatigue

Cons

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      Comments about Werner Little Dipper Carbon Paddle - Bent:

      I am 6 foot 2, just under 200 lbs ... So I had to get over the "Little Dipper" name, but I am going on 67 and while I like my Werner Kalliste and Camano I find the "Little Dipper" much easier on my shoulders and wrists.
      I am out about every other day for 2 to 3 hours, so that may make a difference too.
      The reduced blade surface area is noticeable in the effort to move the paddle through a stroke. If I was crossing a difficult piece of water and wanted to minimize the time, I'd take the Kalliste. But for long hauls on flat water or my daily workout, this paddle is great.

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