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View our video on the Elite and xTuf Blades.
While xTufs are heavier than our Elite paddles, at 495 to 565 grams, they are still among the lightest paddles available. Most paddles in this price range weigh twice as much. The xTuf Blades are reinforced, high-quality fiberglass and the shafts are unidirectional carbon fiber (63" long). Fiberglass is not as stiff and strong as carbon fiber, but it handles impacts and hard use much better. So if you're surfing in shorebreak, or rocky areas, or you're whitewater paddling, the xTuf is a great choice for you.
To configure your paddle, you will need to choose a Blade, a Shaft, and a Handle, and for handles we also stock 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 495 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 555 grams.
Molokai Blade is 9" x 17" and 105 sq. inches, total paddle weights 565 grams. Perfect for surfing or racing.
Paddle Lengths with uncut Standard Shaft: Wiki: 82", Maliko: 83", Molokai- 84".
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.