If you don't need bent shaft, I highly recommend getting a wooden paddle from Anderson Paddles
They are readily available I think. He was very responsive and communicative, and was able to get me my paddle quickly.
If you need something built for creeking abuse, I recommend his ABAX.
My ABAX has seen me through almost two full seasons now, including some winter paddling, and bracing along rocks and who knows what else. I keep mine regularly re-coated with a wood finish (in my case, I use linseed oil and mineral spirits to re-coat it when it scratches through to the wood; because it's easy and cheap and doubles as a tacky grip-surface for the shaft). The flex and durability you get in a good wooden paddle is worth it.