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Nantahala

by Werner Paddles

The Nantahala offers an excellent balance of power for a smooth stroke in a light weight and durable canoe paddle. Symmetrical blade shape designed for predictable forward paddling and maneuvering strokes.

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This is a wonderful paddle. I'm on my third one.…

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This is a wonderful paddle. I'm on my third one. My favorite testimony is the blade got caught in a rock and the shaft bent/flexed enough for me to lean backwards and slide underneath it. the blade cracked on the occurrence, but it was able to suffice until I got off the river. Decent catch - the shaft doesn't feel flexible under normal use

Purchased for river use (I use a Greyowl Guide for deep water)…

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Purchased for river use (I use a Greyowl Guide for deep water). Overall very satisfied, good quality, well made and a delight to use.

Negatives would be questionable durability (but then it is light), rather thick shaft if you have small hands and it tends to flutter when pressed hard.

Great all rounder, but not for serious WW use.

I've paddled with a Mohawk paddle for years. I recently enjoyed a…

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I've paddled with a Mohawk paddle for years. I recently enjoyed a trip down the Nanatahala River with my new Werner Nantahala paddle but I couldn't tell much difference. It's a nice paddle, and it feels good but I would recommend trying one before spending the bucks.

I just got back from a trip using my new Werner Nantahala…

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I just got back from a trip using my new Werner Nantahala canoe paddle. It has a nice solid feel to it. It has a lot of power and appears to be very durable. The only negative is that it is a little thick for my medium-small hands. Other than that, I would definitely recommend it.