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Back in the day when I paddled I had a Werner Camano.
I think I paid around $250, which was a lot for me at the time (still is).
Worth every penny!
Tough and light weight means it can take the abuse and your arms will not tire out at soon as they will with a heavier paddle.
Got rid of it when I got my Hobie. I see no real need to have it if I won't be using it.
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So is Werner the way to go i found one on craigslist but they are not cheap lol. 

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Ok werner is old add.  Any word on any thesse are the worth 200 for the flight or fluid or 90 for the lightning. I paid 75 for my cheapo i use now.

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Those likely aren't the droids you're looking for.

The two on the left look like they're river paddles (larger blades, shorter length). The Flite looks like it might be scooped for racing. Not sure about that one though. Regardless, start by determining the paddle length that best suits you, then see what's out there.

And yeah, the werners are shockingly spendy when you get to their higher end paddles, but worth it, IMO.
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Thank you very much!  I will keep looking and ok noob question how do i kmow what length i only have one paddle not sure on length but seems to work for me.   

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Sorry for hijack again.  If it bothers you let me know i will start a new thread.  One more question i paddle lakes and anerican river what type werner paddle will be best suited for that.   

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Sorry for hijack again.  If it bothers you let me know i will start a new thread.  One more question i paddle lakes and anerican river what type werner paddle will be best suited for that.   

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I think its best that you start a new thread with all of your info - height, type of kayak, model, width of kayak, paddling style (high angle or low angle).  all those are factors in choosing a paddle.  A good kayak shop will also be able to help you choose.


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Some paddle info on this page. www.ATPaddles.com This info can be used for other models too. Scroll down and click on the links on he home page.
« Last Edit: August 02, 2017, 12:04:30 PM by RacinRob »
http://21ten.com/Rob/10Day/       http://WildernessSystems.com  
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Thanks guys.   I will check out the info and go from there.   

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