The Shuna is Werner's best-selling premium High Angle blade, designed for those who want mid-sized power for strokes in all directions. The perfect paddle for the coastal play environment, or for those who want a conservative feel through the water to make the miles pass with ease. Available in Straight 1 piece, 2 piece or 4 piece and Bent 1 piece or 2 piece. Prices range from $260-$370 depending on which option you choose.
Shuna Specs and Features
- Material Description: Fiberglass and Carbon
- Premium Performance gives you the right combination of light weight, stiffness and durability
- Mid-sized high angle blades fit the widest range of paddlers
- Optimized flex and strength.
- Brightly colored translucent fiberglass laminate blades in solids or HD Graphics.
- Dihedral allows for smooth and stable forward paddling
- Custom shaped, low profile, reinforcement spine allows for enhanced blade maneuverability when linking several strokes and provides blade stiffness and overall strength.
- The Smart View Adjustable ferrule is the most simple, precise fitting on the market
Absolutely love it. So…
Excellent paddle in the all…
Excellent paddle in the all carbon lay up. Breaks down into two pieces and is adjustable for right or left feather. The ferrule is solid and does not move at all. Super light paddle and very durable. A joy to paddle with.
Others observed my "high…
Others observed my "high angle" paddling style which seemed to me might go away when I finally bought a longer, narrower boat. My style didn't change so I changed the paddle. Went from Werner Kaliste low angle 220cm to Werner Shuna 210 cm with carbon shaft, fiberglass blades. Low angle paddles are supposed to be bought shorter-- you dig in closer to the sides. It weighs a few ounces more which I have not noticed at all as it is still a lighter paddle. (The carbon/foam version of the Shuna weighs only one ounce less and the mostly carbon Werner Cyprus-- also high angle-- weighs just 4.5 ounces less.) This is a great paddle that I use all the time. The blades come in bright colors-- in solids and blended ombre tones. I like the red blades for visibility if I roll out and the paddle ends in the water. (I still have the Kalliste on board for paddle float rescue.) It is nice to have the strength of the Shuna fiberglass blade for bracing-- and mishaps with oyster beds, rocks etc! I still have the Kalliste on board-- longer blade for paddle float rescue. 100 % happy with this paddle!