Werner Rip Stick Surfing Specific Stand Up Paddle

We haven't been so excited to see a new paddle since Quickblade put out the V-Drive. The new Werner Rip Stick dedicated surf stand up paddle is in the building.

The whole idea behind this new blade is delivering more power using less surface area - a smaller blade. The double dihedral design allows for a clean power transfer giving you more power but still facilitating a higher cadence stroke. The blade is offset at 7 degrees and the shaft has been softened up a bit to take the edge off the body without sacrificing any power transfer. 

Werner Rip Stick Surfing Specific Stand Up Paddle

The Rip Stick comes in two sizes - 79 and 89 Square inches. We recommend cutting the paddles a bit shorter to allow for quicker out of the hole acceleration. If you know Werner then you know the construction is top notch. Made right here in the USA; Sultan Washington to be specific these paddles are bomber. They come in three configuirations. Straight Shaft uncut, Two Piece Adjustable, and 3 Piece travel set ups. They can also be ordered with Werner's small fit shaft for smaller hands and an even softer feel.

We have the first batch of uncuts here in the shop now and we well be getting our two piece and three piece travel set ups the second week of December. If your looking for the ultimate gift for your surfing SUP'er look no further.  Come on down and check them out.


Upcoming Events

Fri Apr 20 @12:00AM
St. Francis YC Friday Night Windsurfing Race
Sat Apr 21 @12:00AM
Open - Redwood City (Saturday)
Sat Apr 21 @ 9:30AM - 11:00AM
Stand Up Paddleboard Lessons.
Sun Apr 22 @12:00AM
Open - Redwood City (Sunday)
Sun Apr 22 @ 7:00AM - 09:30PM
Sunday Morning Early Paddle Redwood City
Sun Apr 22 @ 9:30AM - 11:00AM
Stand Up Paddleboard Lessons.
Sun Apr 22 @11:00AM - 02:00PM
CANCELLED - Crissy Field Water Sports SWAP Meet
Mon Apr 23 @ 7:00AM - 09:30AM
Crissy Field Group Paddle
Mon Apr 23 @ 6:30PM - 08:00PM
Meet Nat. Geo. Adventurer of the Year - Freya Hoffmeister
Tue Apr 24 @ 7:00AM - 10:00AM
Tuesday Morning Early Paddle

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