The Arma Carbon construction has a Foamed Core made with recycled plastic bottles and Armacell material. With 200g biaxial carbon for a lightweight paddle, and the Biaxial 45-degree glass fabric used to increase durability. With the Arma Carbon you get an S40 shaft which is a balance in performance between stiffness and flex, making it a versatile and resilient paddle to use. The Enduro 2.0 Arma’s hybrid carbon shaft is both strong and agronomic, because of the carbon in the shaft the Enduro 2.0 Arma Carbon remains a light and durable paddle.
- Blade Length – 18.2” / 46.3cm
- Blade Width – 8.1” / 20.5cm
- Area – 73.6”in2 / 475cm2
ANGLE OF BLADE: What makes the Enduro blade so versatile is its angle. With 13° angle, the blade works in many different conditions. It’s the perfect angle to push you out of the water fast enough to catch a wave. It’s a great angle to cruise on a lake as it won’t require too much technique to achieve a pleasant speed.
DIRECT CATCH: The double concave on the power face is guiding the water throughout the blade controlling the wobbling and increasing the water flow speed. The edge defining the double concave starts round-shaped at the tip of the blade to separate the water smoothly. It then becomes sharper to dictate the water its path and stabilize the blade. All your power is transferred in a straight forward motion as you don’t need to worry about paddle alignment in the water anymore.
TEAR DROP SHAPE: Tear drop blades have a powerful catch due to the wide area on the tip. This shape is great for power paddlers and for those who are surfing and need to really dig in to get a quick start and maximize each stroke.