Werner Double Diamond


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Carbon Kayak Paddle or Foam Core Kayak Paddle

The Werner Double Diamond, a straight shaft kayak paddle that has a carbon construction and the paddles blade also feature a foam core. This is perfect for kayak playboating when you want the best kayak paddle that's out there! This is light and buoyant and delivers the highest levels of performance.

Werner designed the Double Diamond as a white water kayaking paddle, its ideal for kayak playboating but is also suitable for river running. The kayak paddle blades tilt downwards and they incorporate the Werner mid sized blades these are ideal for the average sized paddler. The paddle blades feature a carbon construction which then sandwiches a foam core. The carbon is highly stiff and rigid while the foam core makes them more buoyant in aerated water. The blades also have a reinforced edge from the addition of Dynel, other strategic parts of the paddle are then Kevlar reinforced. The paddle has a straight carbon paddle shaft.

  • General Features
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  • Carbon Blades with Foam Core
  • Mid Sized blades
  • Downwards Tilting Blades
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  • One Piece Shaft
  • Straight Carbon Paddle Shaft
  • Standard Size Shaft
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  • Blade Surface Area: 683 sq cm
  • Blade Length x Width: 47.75 x 19.25cm
  • Weight for Cranked Shaft: 1021grm / 36oz
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