Size Charts

Please review the size charts below to determine our recommended paddle length for your height, kayak, and paddling style.

Low-Angle Stroke – The casual and relaxed nature of the low-angle stroke makes it the most popular style for recreational and touring paddlers. During a low-angle stroke, the paddle shaft is kept more horizontal, typically less than 40-degrees, relative to the water’s surface.

High-Angle Stroke – The power and efficiency of the high-angle stroke makes it the preferred style of fitness and performance-oriented paddlers. During a high-angle stroke, the paddle shaft is kept more vertical, typically more than 50-degrees, relative to the water’s surface.

 

Touring Paddle Size Chart - Low Angle

Paddler Height x Kayak Width< 24"24" - 28"28" - 32"32" +
Under 5' 6"215 cm220 cm230 cm240 cm
5' 6" - 5' 9"220 cm220 cm230 cm240 cm
5' 9" - 6'220 cm230 cm235 cm240 cm
6' - 6' 3"225 cm235 cm240 cm250 cm
Over 6' 3"230 cm240 cm250 cm250 cm

Touring Paddle Size Chart - High Angle

Paddler Height x Kayak Width< 23"23" - 26"26" +
Under 5' 6"210 cm210 cm220 cm
5' 6" - 5' 9"210 cm210 cm220 cm
5' 9" - 6'210 cm215 cm220 cm
6' - 6' 3"215 cm220 cm225 cm
Over 6' 3"220 cm225 cm230 cm

Angler Paddle Size Chart - Low Angle

Paddler Height x Kayak WidthSit InsideSit-on-TopSit-on-Top w/ High Seat
28" +28" - 32"32" +
Under 5' 9"230 cm230 cm240 cm
5' 9" - 6'230 cm230 cm250 cm
Over 6'240 cm240 cm250 - 260 cm

Angler Paddle Size Chart - High Angle

Paddler Height x Kayak WidthSit InsideSit-on-TopSit-on-Top w/ High Seat
28" +28" - 32"32" +
Under 5' 9"220 cm220 cm230 cm
5' 9" - 6'225 cm230 cm240 cm
Over 6'230 cm230 cm240 - 250 cm