48–64"
Length (in)
26.25
Weight (oz)
$125
MSRP

Luna Description

The Luna’s symmetrical blade offers predictable forward paddling and maneuvering strokes. Werner quality and design with chosen materials to offer an introductory price. Dihedral allows for smooth and stable forward paddling, a core philosophy for Werner. Fiberglass Wrapped Shaft offers durability at a value price. Bright White fiberglass blade. Enhanced ABS T-grip is designed for maximum control and greater durability.

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Luna Specs and Features

  • Material Description: Fiberglass & Carbon

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My experience was positive in…

Submitted by: paddler236278 on 7/21/2020
My experience was positive in the use, cut to a 67" length it was perfect and felt good paddling the canoe in rapids. 6 Weeks the shaft failed. Snapped while I was holding it. I was less than pleased with Werners response to my situation,, another 700 miles to go in the trip. I got to use a terminal a week later,, I emailed and explained my difficulty. At the next bit of civilization, there was no offered solution. I was treated as if I were a weekender and told to mail it to them,, and "they would take a look at it." It was labeled as customer service. It was not. It was company service. I would love to try other Werner paddles,, the Nantahala, the Bandit. I love the paddles,,, but if I break another one,, I know I will be stuffing another 2 pound wooden dowel and epoxy down the center and wrapping the break with fiberglass,, while supported by a couple of tree limbs along side the river. 5 stars for the paddle 0 for Company service.
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I liked the paddle, shaft,…

Submitted by: paddler236278 on 7/30/2019

I liked the paddle, shaft, grip, blade,, mine was 67 inches. Air strokes in big water are not desirable.

However, 6 weeks into the trip, the shaft snapped. Black spiral wound carbon? glass? And Werner would not stand by their product. They offered no help. They would not warrant the product. I repaired the shaft finally at the side of the Colorado river with a 40 inch dowel epoxied down the center and a e-glass wrap on the exterior,, doubling the weight, Needed, but close to useless.

It was a great paddle,, but I will never buy another Werner product. I'd love to,,, because I liked the paddle I want to try the Nantahala,,, but they did not stand by their product and customer service was miss named,, it was strictly company service.