The Ikelos is our most advanced high-angle paddle, with our best paddling design and construction features. You’ll feel exceptionally light, buoyant strokes while the smooth back face gives a quiet entrance and exit from the water. The award winning Ikelos is the smart choice for those playing or cruising with a high-angle style of paddling and wanting the powerful feel of a full-sized blade.
Our Ultimate Performance brings together all of our most advanced designs. Paddles that offer Ultimate Performance have an exceptionally light, buoyant and quiet feel on the water.
Dihedral blade shape was created to direct water to flow evenly off each side of the blade creating a smooth and stable stroke.
Asymmetrical kayak blades are designed for a balanced forward stroke by reducing the flutter on each stroke.
Dynel is an extremely abrasion and impact resistant edge material. Key to protecting your investment if you come in contact with rocks or reef often in your paddling.
The volume of our proprietary foam core, carbon, along with dynel edges are impact and abrasion resistant.
High Angle paddling is typically a more technique driven style of paddling for those with more performance aspirations.
For those that like a traditional, simple feel. Our attention to detail in texture, indexing and flex allows for confident control and comfort all day long.
Our carbon straight shaft is designed with light weight and strong 100% carbon fiber material.
The LeverLock system offers 20cm of easy adjustment to fit a wide range paddle lengths. Available in both standard and small fit shaft options.
|Shaft Option||Pieces||Weight Grams||Weight Ounces||Length Range|
|Straight||Adjustable Length||758g.||26.75oz.||200-220cm, 220-240cm and 240-260cm|
|Blade Surface Area||691 cm2|
|Blade Length x Width||48.5cm x 19.75cm|
On behalf of the folks at Werner Paddles, we make a promise that our pride and quality workmanship will be evident every time you pick up our paddle. You can see it in our unsurpassed attention to quality and feel it with every paddle stroke.