Lendal has the best breakdown. In fact, their four piece with Fusion blade is all I use for my regular paddle. I've taken it all over the country and it sat next to me when I flew to Ecuador couple years ago. The Padlok is the best connection for any blade and there is no play in the fitting whatsoever.
The Fusion blade is my preference but they do make some other more aggressive. Plus, the sweet thing is you can get a four piece bent shaft. You can also simply purchase blades if you ever want to switch to a more aggressive blade, such as the Kinetic. The Pulse blade is same size as Fusion but spooned shape so more aggressive.
Lendal was recently sold but it existed for a long, long time as a family business out of Scotland. Good people, great products. I had paddled Werner for a long time, plus I had a Mitchell wood/graphite and swore I'd never go back to composite. The Lendal convinced me otherwise.
Rutabaga in Madison, WI stock their stuff and can ship it. You buy a Lendal buy purchasing the shaft design/type you want and then selecting the blades. You can check it out at Rutabaga - Whitewater Kayak Paddles