Epic Kayaks

Epic Small Mid Wing Paddle

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5.00 LBS
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$399.00 - $529.00




The Epic Small Mid Wing paddle is based on our award winning Mid Wing paddle, with a 2% reduced blade surface area. This slightly trimmed-down design has broadened the appeal of the wing paddle, making it ideal for smaller paddlers, cruisers and racers paddling long distances, and those who simply seek a smaller option to maximize their efficiency.

Available in 3 constructions:

Club Carbon construction - 702 grams; comes standard with Epic’s Length-Lock 2™ adjustable ferrule technology.

Full Carbon construction - 652 grams; comes standard with Epic’s Length-Lock 2™ adjustable ferrule technology.

ProGrip Series (Full Carbon construction) - 610 grams (Small Round shaft option) - 680 grams (Round and Oval Grip shaft options); comes standard with new, anodized alloy length lock system with stainless steel parts.


Blade Width: 6.3" (15.9 cm)
Blade Length: 19.6" (49.9 cm)
Surface Area: 114 sq. inches (735 cm2)


​Club Carbon - $399

  • 25 oz (702g)
  • Carbon fiber blade, Green oval shaft
  • Fully adjustable length & feather

​Full Carbon - $499

  • 23 oz (652g)
  • Carbon fiber blade, Black oval shaft
  • Fully adjustable length & feather

ProGrip Series (Full Carbon) - $529

  • 21.5 oz (610g) - Small Round shaft, no Grip
  • 24 oz (680g) - Round or Oval grip shafts
  • Carbon fiber blade, 3K carbon shaft
  • Fully adjustable length & feather



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1 Review

  • 5
    Epic paddles are the gold standard

    Posted by Jeremy Fudo on 27th Jul 2018

    Paddle arrived exactly as described 6 days after ordering. The packaging was very good providing great protection without wasting a ton of natural resources. As expected, this paddle works great, clean entry and exit, pulls smoothly. Just the right resistance in the water to keep up a good speed while keeping a good cadence. This is the club weight paddle, I also have the same paddle in the full carbon construction. The weight difference is negligible, mostly because the weight is in the shaft, not the blades. The club construction is supposedly more durable, which is great because I've already broken a shaft of my full carbon model as the result of a ding in its surface (and paid $125 for a repair)

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