We consider a model of steady, incompressible non-Newtonian flow with neglected convective term under external forcing. Our structural assumptions allow for certain non-degenerate power-law or Carreau-type fluids. We provide the full-range theory, namely existence, optimal regularity and uniqueness of solutions, not only with respect to forcing belonging to Lebesgue spaces, but also with respect to their refinements, namely the weighted Lebesgue spaces, with weights in a respective Muckenhoupt class. The analytical highlight is derivation of existence and uniqueness theory for forcing with its regularity well-below the natural duality exponent, via estimates in weighted spaces. It is a generalization of [Bulíček, Diening, Schwarzacher] to incompressible fluids. Moreover, two technical results, needed for our analysis, may be useful for further studies. They are: the solenoidal, weighted, biting div-curl lemma and the solenoidal Lipschitz approximations on domains.