The Genesis blade is at home in all conditions. The blade exhibits a great catch and just will not slip. The design allows for power production to be optimised and if you are stable in the boat you will get a great return. This blade shape is quickly becoming the most demanded in the world. If you truly want a blade that allows you to feel the water like no other and allow you to optimise your performance then this blade is for you.
The ZSS carbon fibre paddles represent the highest quality in construction and finish.
The quality of construction and finish of these carbon paddles is second to none. These are truly a $600+ paddle with a $200 saving…you get a sale price every day of the year. CNC machined high-density foam core is sandwiched by aero-grade quality carbon fibre cloth with an epoxy matrix. Machined aluminium heated molds provide the ability to produce a superb gloss finish. Reinforcing is provided in critical areas to ensure these blades will stand up to the rigors of surf racing. These blade are constructed to meet the demands of flat water and surf paddlers world wide. The construction of these blades is made to the specifications of Zenith Sport Sciences and is designed for paddlers by a paddler. This is not an off-the shelf product. The Genesis blades are available in a four blade sizes with a round shaft option.
Which blade size for me?
We recommend you email or call us so that we can make the best recommendation for your needs. Below is a brief guide to help point you in the right direction.
|Dimensions (cm)||15.0 x 47.5||15.6 x 48||16.2 x 49||16.5 x 50|
|Weight (g)||680 +/- 20||700 +/- 20||730 +/- 20||750 +/- 20|
Small – young male and female paddlers, less smaller built males and females
Small/medium – smaller and recreational male paddlers, strong females
Medium – very strong females, medium to strong males
Medium/large – very strong males
How to order?
Please feel free to contact us if you have any queries or require a recommendation as to what paddle would best suit. We are more than happy to assist and would prefer you do this then make a less suitable selection. However, if you have a pretty good idea of what you want then simply do the following:
- Decide if the paddle is going to be fixed or adjustable in length (and angle)
- If fixed, then simply select the shaft option you require and enter the length and angle in the fields provided
- If adjustable, choose the adjustor system that best suits your needs (e.g. plastic or metal), select the shaft type you require specific to the adjustor type you chose and finally provide the minimum adjustment length for the paddle.