FULL CARBON PADDLE

THE CARBON PRO IS EXTREMELY LIGHTWEIGHT AND RIGID

Featuring 100% 3K Pre-preg Carbon throughout the blade and a fixed shaft, the Carbon Pro is extremely lightweight and rigid.

 

FULL CARBON PADDLE

Produced in a compression molded production process, the result a super light and incredible strong paddle. The fixed shaft and stiffness results in a direct transfer of power, allowing riders to take full advantage of the force and drive exerted with each stroke. An attribute expected from a high performance paddle of this nature.

The Carbon Pro is versatile and top performance is standard in different disciplines from racing, to precision wave riding, to touring.

Embedded inside the Blade is an ABS Rail, which functions as a built-in blade edge protection, for added longevity of your paddle.

 

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SELECTING THE CORRECT BLADE SIZE can literally make or break you…

THE RIGHT SIZE PADDLE IS THE PADDLE THAT WILL ALLOW YOU TO MAINTAIN GOOD FORM

Your appropriate stroke rate, and glide per stroke for the duration and intensity of your workout or race. The correct blade size depends on a number of factors that should be considered. This may also result in selecting a second paddle, just as golf not one single paddle will cover every scenario.

  • Your body size: The big guys can normally handle the big guns

  • Your strength to weight ratio: Dynamite comes in small packages, but so does Jelly, if you are dynamite you can handle a larger blade.

  • Your paddle performance: some paddlers can go all day, higher cadence and other paddlers quick and powerful, a lower cadence. Higher cadence smaller blade, lower cadence bigger blade.

  • The size of your paddleboard: as a general rule you might select a smaller paddle (higher cadence) when paddling a shorter SUP.

  • The length of your SUP session: Longer sessions may require using a smaller paddle blade, higher cadence.  Short sessions may require a bigger blade.

  • Injuries: having problems with joints and elbows, a smaller blade will take some pressure off?

 

BELOW IS A GENERAL GUIDELINE TO SELECTING THE CORRECT PADDLE…

Your final selection will depend on various factors and you might even add more than one paddle to your collection.

 

 

ADJUSTING YOUR PADDLE to the correct length makes all the difference…

ENSURE YOUR PADDLE IS THE CORRECT LENGTH IN RELATION TO YOUR BODY LENGTH, THIS WILL ENSURE YOUR POSTURE IS CORRECT DURING PADDLING AND WILL ASSISTS WITH BALANCE.

There is no magic formula, so experiment with various heights to our find the perfect match to your style and height. The below table is a guideline and is not the rule, these are recommended paddle lengths by paddler height. Your personal preference, skill level, physical attributes, and intended usage may require a different choice.