WHICH PADDLE LENGTH IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Just as folks come in a bountiful array of sizes and paddles come in assorted lengths there are countless varieties of techniques and tricks for sizing someone to a paddle. We like to keep things simple around here. So here's our paddle sizing method.

DIRECTIONS:

Step One: Sit on a chair with your back straight.

Step Two: Measure from the seat to the middle of your eyeballs.

Step Three: 

- For 10-14 degree bent shaft: Add the length of the blade. (Minnesota 20", Gunflint Bent Series 18" & Nessmuk Ultra-Light 16.5")

- For 5-10 degree bent shaft: Add length of blade plus 2-4” (Borealis 16.5" & Little Sag 20")

- For straight shaft: Add length of blade plus 4-6” (Gunflint Straight 18", Sam's Special 20", Minnewashta 21.5" & Wapasha 25")

That’s it!