Werner Skagit FG IM


RRP: £119.99
FROM: £107.62 (£89.68 ex VAT)

You Save 10%


Thanks for your interest in the . We're sorry we're unable to fulfil an order at this time but if you'd like to be notified when stock is next available please let us know:


Quantity *:

Email *:


Notify Me

In the meantime, perhaps the alternatives below might be suitable:

Discount Code

If you are a member of an outdoor or watersports group and have a discount code, please enter it in the box below.

For more information on discount codes, click here.

Low Angle Kayak Paddle or Low Angle Paddles

The Werner Skagit FG is a sea kayaking paddle that features a low angle blade shape. This low angle kayak paddle features glass fibre reinforced nylon blades; these are then mounted on a blended glass / carbon paddle shaft.

Werner has designed the Skagit as a low angle kayak paddle that is perfect for starting off your sea kayaking experiences. The paddle blades are made from glassfibre reinforced nylon. These are tough and durable but not as stiff as some of the alternatives. They are then mounted on an adjustable two piece paddle shaft that is also available in two different diameters. The shaft has the Werner smart view ferrule system fitted in the centre which enables you to change the paddle from right handed to left handed. It also gives you the opportunity to change the angle of feather from 0, 15, 30 45, and 60 degrees. In order then to keep your hands dry and to prevent dripping the shaft has then been fitted with a set of kayak drip guards.

  • General Features
  • --------------------
  • Fibre Glass Reninforced Nylon Blades
  • Low Angle Blades
  • Mid Sized Blades
  • --------------------
  • Glass / Carbon Blend Shaft
  • Two Piece Shaft
  • Standard Size Shaft Option
  • Small Shaft Option
  • --------------------
  • Blade Surface Area - 605 sq cm
  • Blade Length x Width - 49 x 15.6cm
  • Weight for 210 straight shaft - 978g/34.5oz
  • --------------------


A very sad day for Up and Under

Please read the attached for our statement about the loss of our friend. Includes link to Cam and Bear Fund for Adventure in Andy Foster's memory.
More on A very sad day for Up and Under »

February Staff Newsletter

February was a busy month in the shop. As well as a number of reps coming to see us, and a number of visits to make, we also attended the Run, Walk, Crawl Brecon to Cardiff Ultra, and hosted a climbing shoe demo with Tenaya at local bouldering wall Spot Climbing. We still managed to get out, and members of Team Up and Under could be found in many parts of the UK; including in the Brecon Beacons, the Lakes, South Downs, Scotland, as well as further afield in Chamonix and George L still in Thailand.
More on February Staff Newsletter »

January Staff Newsletter

January saw us starting to get into the swing of things again. A little snow saw many of the team in the Beacons, as well as further afield with trips to the Peak District, Cheddar Gorge and Pembrokeshire all squeezed in. New Years day allowed few of us to get out (even if the weather wasn't great in South Wales) but a number were in still Snowdonia and elsewhere where it was a little nicer.
More on January Staff Newsletter »

Please wait!