Werner Ikelos


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Best Sea Kayak Paddle or High Angle Kayak Paddle

The Werner Ikelos is one of the best sea kayak paddles out there; this high angle kayak paddle features a full carbon construction and also a highly adjustable centre kayak paddle joint.

Werner has designed the Ikelos to feature carbon paddle blades that also feature an inner foam core. This makes them light and buoyant; these are then mounted on a carbon paddle shaft. The paddle shaft is then fitted with a central paddle joint that gives the paddle the ability to split in two pieces. The paddle joint also enables you to reverse the hand of the paddle from right to left. Additionally it also lets you change the angle of feather from 0, 15, 30, 45 to 60 degrees. The final addition to the shaft is the fact it comes fitted with kayak drip guards, this helps to prevent water from running down onto your hands. 

  • General Features
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  • Carbon Blades with Foam Core
  • High Angle blade
  • Full Sized blades
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  • 2 Piece Shaft
  • Smart View Adjustable Ferrule
  • Carbon Straight Shaft
  • Standard Size Shaft Option
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  • Blade Surface Area: 691sq cm
  • Blade Length x Width: 48.5 x 19.75cm
  • Weight for 210cm Straight Shaft: 780g/27.5oz
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