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These are the lightest paddles on the market at 442 to 499 grams, and yet they are stronger than paddles that weigh three times more. They are not just light, the weight difference is all in the blade, so it's all swing weight. Most paddles weigh at least twice as much.
To configure your paddle, you will need to choose a Blade, a Shaft, and a Handle. Besides the standard shafts and handles we offer a long shaft ($25 extra) and the very versatile Extended Ergo T handle ($50 extra) as a selectable option. The Extended Ergo T handle is also available separately for $65. Sorry, the Extended Ergo T does not fit other manufacturer's paddles.
Wiki 84 Blade is 8" x 15" and 84 sq. inches, total paddle weighs 442 grams. The Wiki blade recovers very quickly.
Wiki 74 Blade is 7.5" x 14" and 74 sq. inches.
Maliko Blade is 8.5" x 16" and 95 sq. inches, total paddle weighs 495 grams. This is a very powerful paddle, but the wobble-free design means it´s easy on your arms and shoulders. The only paddle on the market that is lighter is the Ke Nalu Wiki. Most racers and surfers will find the Maliko to be ideal. It hits the sweet spot for combining power and rapid recovery to give the greatest efficiency.
Molokai Blade is 9" x 17" and 105 sq. inches, total paddle weights 499 grams. The design of all Ke Nalu blades ensures a firm, strong catch in any size, but it´s particularly impressive with the Molokai. Despite the big blade, the Molokai is still an ultra-lightweight paddle, at only 499 grams. Reliable catch for big wave surfers, and power and efficiency racers appreciate.
Paddle Lengths with uncut Standard Shaft: Wiki: 82", Maliko: 83", Molokai: 84" (Long Shaft adds 4").
Please make a selection for Blade, Handle, and Shaft BEFORE you add to the cart.
Additional hot glue is available for purchase in the Accessories section.