Like a Swiss Army Knife, the Spirit II does everything. As efficient as a long-hulled canoe and as maneuverable as a short one, the Spirit II strikes a balance between all good things. Roomy enough for Boundary Waters style trips, it's even more stable when loaded. No wonder Canoe & Kayak Magazine said, "if you could have only one canoe to serve all your needs for the rest of your life, the Spirit II would be one of the very few candidates." Maybe that's why Wenonah sells more Spirit II's than any other model. Dimensions: Overall Length: 17' 0" (518.16cm) Gunwale Width: 35" (88.9cm) Maximum Width: 36" (91.44cm) Waterline Width: 35.5" (90.17cm) Stern Depth: 19" (48.26cm) Center Depth: 14" (35.56cm) Bow Depth: 22" (55.88cm) Rocker: 1.5" (3.81cm) Weight: Tuf-Weave Flex Core: 58 lbs. Ultra-light with Kevlar: 42 lbs.
Performance at an affordable price. The Lanai is a low angle touring paddle that provides smooth, powerful and efficient strokes by incorporating Accent's advanced dihedral blade design. Carbon fiber shaft, fiberglass polymer blades and the new Kingpin Connection equals an exceptional, affordable performance paddle. Blade Material: Fiberglass Nylon Surface Area: 600 sq cm Blade Area: 17cm X 47cm Carbon Uni Shaft: 30 oz (851g)
The Skagit FG IM is a great value for those with a budget and enjoys a more relaxed, low-angle, paddling style. Find design features direct from Werner's higher models, but at a lower price. The number one selling paddle in its price range, the favorite among recreational paddlers.
The Escape has been designed to enhance blade stability as well as general recreational ease of use. The dihedral design of the blade allows for easy pull through the water, moving you forward on less effort. BLADE ANGLE: 60° RHC 60° LHC and Unfeathered BLADE SIZE: 7.1" x 18" FIBERGLASS SHAFT: 37 oz (1049g)
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