Bending Branches Navigator Paddle Review

On March 16, 2012, in Paddles, by Jack Ingram

The Bending Branches Navigator

I’ve always admired the use of wood in paddles. There is just something inherently “good” about it that makes me light up when I see one. Perhaps it is the warmth they exude or perhaps it is the unique characteristics that a wood paddle provides over manmade materials like fiberglass and various carbon composites. That all being said, I am almost universally a euro paddle junkie. I have friends that swear by Greenland style paddles and yet for all of their beauty and simplicity, I’ve simply never felt like they fit me. Enter the Navigator Paddle by Bending Branches.

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Werner Kalliste Paddle Review

On February 25, 2011, in Paddles, by Jack Ingram


I’ll admit it, I am a pretty big Werner fan. I used to exclusively paddle Lendals, but have switched over to the Werner Kalliste as my primary paddle due to the well thought out design, low weight, and extra bouyancy provided by the foam filled core.

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Werner Camano Paddle Review

On February 25, 2011, in Paddles, by Kellie Hoefel

The Werner Camano paddle is designed for touring use by paddlers with a low-angled stroke, but don’t let its pretty looks and slim blade design fool you, this thing is versatile! It also sits in that real sweet spot when looked at from a cost/weight/durability analysis.

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