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Old 06-10-2005   #11
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Yeah, that can happen with any paddle though. But I do agree with you on Werner in general -- the must durable performance paddle out there, period.

I guess I feel the need to stick up for AT 'cause I used to think they were fragile crap, then bought one when Werner stopped making glass BS paddles. I have been pleasantly surprised.

But back to the original thread, try out a few friends' paddles - this will tell you a lot about the feel, which we can't really help with. Oh crap - I'm still in the office. Gotta hit Connie. Later.

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Old 06-10-2005   #12
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...but I am a bit biased.


a little over 400 bucks- but you get what you want.

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Old 06-10-2005   #13
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Hey EricB yeah man. . . that would be cool. Wha do you think its worth? 150 or something. Did you ever get that speedo?

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Old 06-11-2005   #14
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Originally Posted by freddy

...but I am a bit biased.


a little over 400 bucks- but you get what you want.
I agree totally with Fred.

Plus, it's the toughest paddle on the market. There's a pretty thorough thread on Local Paddler
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Can't Go Wrong With A Woody

This is season number two on my woody. Very little wear on the blades and still beating the crap out of it. If you want a durable paddle that does all well try a woody.

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