Grand Prix S1000 | small-size blade STAND UP PADDLE
Designed and manufactured specifically for racing, the Grand Prix S1000 features a smaller Performance Core blade. Perfect for the smaller paddler or those looking to be especially gentle to their body. Absolutely the lightest training and racing paddle available. Small-sized rectangular blade shape allows for the most efficient forward stroke Perfect for smaller paddlers or those looking to match blade size to board glide Thin ABS reinforce blade edge knifes cleanly in and out of the water Optimized blade-to-shaft offset at 12 degrees, allows for a more vertical blade position which increases power throughout the stroke and less lift at the exit Carbon Palm-style grip for a good fit and controlled strokes
Recommended for racing. We do not recommend this paddle for surfing or whitewater.
Blade Surface Area: 91 sq in
劗Blade Length x Width: 18.75 in x 7.25 in
Weight for 78 1-Piece 411g / 14.5oz
Lengths 1-Piece 66in-90in FEATURES & OPTIONS Create a custom fitting paddle to increase your performance, reduce your fatigue and have more fun on the water. Our Grand Prix Series of SUPs comes standard with our Performance Core blade design, thin ABS edge, lightweight carbon shaft and carbon Palm-grip Small-sized Performance Core Blades Small-sized blades for smaller paddlers or matching blade size to board glide Lightest Performance Core option available Carbon weave for lightest weight to strength ratio Narrow blade gets closer to the board for best forward stroke
Slight spoon at the tip creates clean catch that is immediately powerful and smooth
Shaft & Grip The shaft features a light weight carbon construction An enhanced carbon Palm-grip is designed for maximum blade control and light weight Light Swing Weight Swing weight is the weight you feel each time you lift your blade during a stroke A light swing weight reduces fatigue and makes paddling more fun 1-piece Shaft Carbon The lightest weight option available A lighter paddle reduces fatigue and makes paddling more fun To Determine the Correct Length: Consider your height, primary paddling style, and boat width to determine the correct paddle length. It is recommended to add 10 in for racing over height.