For those paddlers seeking the utmost power and dependable catch in a high impact resistant fiberglass layup. Tested by some of the best expedition kayakers in the world on some of the most demanding rivers. The Surge delivers confidence with every stroke.
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An offset blade to increase you paddling power by getting the paddle more vertical.
The Werner Surge is primarily for river running, more specifically on white water. The blade is designed to help you generate more power within your strokes, making sure you have it on tap when required. The profile follows suit of other Werner river running blades, by having a larger surface area on the top half, it becomes more effective for forward paddling.
Paddles that offer Premium Performance give you the right combination of light weight, stiffness, and durability. Whether you choose our Fiberglass or Carbon laminated blades, these are our most impact resistant paddles.
Blade Dihedral Kayak
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Asymmetrical Blade Shape
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Neutral Bent Shaft
Align your wrists in a more ergonomic position to reduce your fatigue and gain the confidence of full hand contact. Our Neutral Bent Shaft is designed so the blade, ferrule, and grip are in a straight line for the familiar feel of a straight shaft.
Built for the rigors of the whitewater environment, our fiberglass shafts have the highest level of strength.
Available in Small or Standard diameter. Dial in your fit for better control, more comfort and less fatigue. Smaller built paddlers tend to like the feel of small shaft.
Neutral Bent Shaft
Our Neutral Bent Shaft is designed to alleviate stress and strain on your hands, wrist and forearms when you paddle.