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The Viking OZ Prodigy Valknut for 2023 features a new technology and new colorway!
This new Valknut version features Viking's CFS2 "Carbon Fiber Stability System" technology promising an optimal blend of control, power, maneuverability, and whippy feel for enhanced paddle head speed. The CFS2 softens the response at impact and stability and maneuverability coexist seamlessly. With CFS2, a Carbon fiber weave wraps the entire throat of the paddle, giving it added stability and increased shock reduction without adding any weight.
The Viking OZ Prodigy is the lightest of the OZ family of paddles with Viking's softest core. Players will find this a cushy paddle that is easy to swing and shock absorbing at impact. We recommend this paddle to players who seek cutting edge technology that provides maximum comfort, ball control and accuracy.
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Specifications of the Viking OZ Prodigy GG:
Weight: 12.3 oz. / 350 grams
Core Density: Low
Head Surface Size: 85 square inches
Grip Size: 4-1/4 inch
Color: Gray / Teal
Replaces: Viking OZ Prodigy Gradient
Key difference: new colorway and CFS2 technology
Not sure what grip size you really need?
Grip Size: We know that for many of you, a 4-1/4'' grip is just too small. For this reason, we offer you a professional grip buildup option so that you can avoid messing around with layers of overgrips to enlarge the handle size. No, it will not delay the shipping of your paddle. Don't know what grip size you need? Click here to learn how to measure your proper paddle grip size.
Understanding the difference between OZ paddle models
All of the OZ paddles have the same 85 square inch head size, which is Viking's original MEDIUM head size. They vary by weight and density of the core.
OZ Pro: (mid+) highest density core, heaviest of the OZ family
OZ Lite: medium density, medium weight
OZ Prodigy: low density (softest) core and lightest weight of the OZ family