You didn't mention your height, paddling level, type of paddling etc. I prefer AT bent shaft paddles; maybe I am just too used to them after years of use, but the Werners just don't have the same catch for me. Paddles are kind of like boats; its all about personal preference and what you like. Demo, borrow, swap with your buddy on the river for a bit, try a bunch. Some people love wood paddles.
I love the flex of my old AT bent shaft. The current equivalent is ATX Flexi. It has massive blades, which are great if you are a larger guy and want the power. The flex is easier on my elbows and wrists, but the blade size still gives plenty of power.
AT has a paddle guide where you can plug in what kind of paddling you want to do, and it will make a recommendation.
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I am 6'2" and the guide suggests 200cm, although I normally paddle 197cm. I find the standard 30 degree offset works fine, and I am used to it. I also have a 15 degree offset, AT2 Superlight 197cm, which is a sweet paddle, the slightly smaller blade size seems fine.
The Werner Powerhouse is definitely popular, and you will see a lot of experts using those red fiberglass blades, carbon/fiber shaft; a bit heavier than full carbon, but stronger apparently, and costs less. And if you lose a paddle, losing a full carbon one is even worse.
Another thing to consider if you are paddling more committing runs with a breakdown paddle in your boat; a common breakdown is the Werner 4pc Sherpa, straight shaft. Its almost impossible to find a bent shaft breakdown, or an AT breakdown, unless you make one yourself. Whatever breakdown may be on your trip, its worth paddling with enough to be used to it, in case you are ever forced to use it on a hard run.