Can't say enough good things about the folks over at Werner. Truly
well crafted paddle, even lighter than I anticipated and fatigue at the
end of a long paddle isn't even something on my mind anymore. If
you're looking into upgrading from an entry level paddle this is the
handles extremely well
Terrific paddle!!! It's strong but also very lightweight. The lightness
makes a day of paddling much more enjoyable. I don't feel arm
weary so the paddles are longer and more fun. I highly recommend
Great paddle! I have been using it for sea kayaking; I strongly
recommend. Light and strong. Knifes into water and provides great
support as well as propulsion.
Excellent, lightweight paddle. What was even more excellent was the
customer service when my paddle arrived broken. Probably the best
customer service I have ever received anywhere, ever. I had a
replacement sent back to me in no time at all, at no extra cost to me.
Started kayaking five months ago with a BB Angler which worked just
fine; but is quite heavy after a few hours. The Camano however is a
joy to use; very light in comparison, blades that do not flex and easy
to paddle for hours on end. Next will be a bent shaft to see if I like
Worth every penny. Bought tandem kayak to take friends out. Came
with some really heavy paddles. I was spoilt with my Werner paddles.
Still need one more.
Great paddle. Very lightweight
which helps avoid upper-arm
and shoulder pain during long-
duration trips. A pleasure to
use and performs very well.
Nice angle adjustment feature
This is a very good mid price
paddle, especially if you get it
on sale. Light enough, tough
enough. I bought the 240
length for a fishing kayak that
is wider than my other boats.
This is the fourth Werner
paddle I have purchased and I
have been happy with them all.
As I was looking to upgrade
paddles for the MR 340, I had
a hard time making a decision
as most reviews I found
seemed useless as the
reviewer stated, "Worked great
for an all day, 18 mile paddle!"
That's cute. But I needed to
paddle 18 miles before
breakfast. Any attempt to find
an appropriate paddle would
have to be a leap of faith on
my part and I jumped with the
Camano. So I told myself that
when I completed the MR 340,
I would leave a reivew for this
I just completed the race and I
have to say that this paddle
worked great! It is an
excellent value as a mid-price
paddle. For me, spending
twice as much to shave off 3-4
additional ounces just didn't
seem worth the extra cash.
The blades have held up from
hitting driftwood several times
in the middle of the night too.
If you're like me and aren't
willing to pay top dollar for
everything, take a good look at
this paddle. If it works great
for a 340 mile around-the-
clock race, it will be awesome
on normal, relaxing paddles.
Love this paddle! Spent some time with Travis while
in Austin to go through paddle characteristics and
physics. The Camano came up as the best
compromise between performance and cost. Sure,
there are cheaper paddles, but they come at the
cost of performance. This one pushes the Ride 115
well, and I can cover a lot of water with no fatigue
issues. There is a lot of bang for the buck with this
paddle, and it is worth the cost in my book.
I was very skeptical about how much of a
deference a quality paddle could make. I was
getting pain in my shoulder after just a short trip
one or two miles. But now after getting the
Werner Camano I paddle all day and don’t have
any pain in my shoulder. (Love This Paddle