Werner Little Dipper Carbon

 

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Low Angle Sea Kayak Paddle

The Little Dipper is the smallest Low Angle touring design. The smaller blades pull easily through a stroke putting less strain on joints making it the popular choice of smaller paddlers or those who prefer a higher cadence.

Carbon fibre construction offers incredible stiffness and low weight. It has very high tensile strength. This means more power per stroke. However it has lower impact resistance than glass fibre and is therefore more brittle.

All Werner touring paddles come with an adjustable ferule (the angle of the paddle blades) system. It allows adjustment in 15degree increments allowing you to fine tune your paddle for comfort and varying wind conditions.

For a more powerful alternative try the Camano Carbon.

  • Smaller blades minimizes strain on joints
  • Light swing weight reduces fatigue
  • Advanced blade design creates a smooth forward stroke
  • Popular all round touring design
  • Surface Area: 550 sq cm
  • Blade Length x Width: 48 x 15cm
  • Weight for 220cm Straight Shaft: 687g/24.25oz

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