The Werner Skagit Kayak Paddle (formally the Werner Cascadia) is an unbeatable value for a performance paddle that is suited well for new entrants and recreational kayakers alike. The fiberglass nylon blades have the lightest swing weight at this price coupled with a smooth, stable stroke. Adjustable ferrule system is standard.
|Shaft Type:||Carbon/Fiberglass Blend|
|Shaft Size:||Standard or Small|
|Blade Shape:||Low Angle|
|Blade Size:||49 x 15.6 cm|
|Shaft Diameter:||1.2 in / 3.05 cm|
|Weight:||34 oz / 963.88 g|
|220 cm - Std Shaft||SG 2 F11 220||0840463108178|
|230 cm - Std Shaft||SG 2 F11 230||0840463108185|
|240 cm - Std Shaft||SG 2 F11 240||0840463108208|
|220 cm - Small Shaft||SG 2 F12 220||0840463108246|
|230 cm - Small Shaft||SG 2 F12 230||0840463108253|
|240 cm - Small Shaft||SG 2 F12 240||0840463108260|
Loved this paddle. I'm a newbie so I didn't know a lot about paddles when I started out. This is my second paddle purchase through ACK and after doing some research I decided to go with the 240 Standard Shaft for our Liquid Logic Deuce Coupe. I couldn't be happier...
Pro..light weight..cons...too flexible of blade on class 2 rapids.. It is durable, but would spend an extra $100.00 to get a fiberglass paddle.
Great paddle. After using it for a few days, I started playing with the adjustment and ended up with it at 15 degrees. Seems most comfortable paddling with it at a slight twist.
Replaced my paddle I snapped in half with a 240 Skagit. I am pretty tough on equipment due to my size 6'1 240lbs. I bought this paddle due to the fact I was told it's light and very strong. I used it for the first time this weekend on a 10 mile river run through the NJ Pines and it was great! Much more efficient then my last paddle. I was scared of flex because of the weight but it was not bad at all. I would definitely buy another.....