All Paddletek paddles are proudly made in the USA, and great effort is taken to ensure that the words “Made in the USA” reflect their quality design and craftsmanship. All Paddletek paddles come with a limited lifetime warranty from the manufacturer and a 5 year deadspot guarantee.
Regarding this, who owns Selkirk pickleball?
Selkirk Sport is the brainchild of Mike, Rob, and Jim Barnes. Two brothers and a father embarked on their dream to create the market leader in pickleball paddle innovation and technology.
Hereof, where are engage pickleball paddles made?
EngagePickleball is a US-based company that manufacturers pickleball paddles and sponsors the sport. All paddles are made in the USA and comply with the USAPA guidelines, ensuring that most of the available paddles are approved for USAPA-sanctioned tournaments.
Which pickleball paddle has the largest sweet spot?
With a shorter handle than the Epic, the S2 has a larger surface area on the face of the paddle. In fact, the S2 has the largest sweet spot in the Pickleball industry! The extra large surface area improves the overall power and control of the paddle, giving every shot more consistency.
What pickleball paddle do most pros use?
Currently both 5.0 Pros Del Kauss and Mark Friedenberg are using the Titan Pro from Pro-Lite. This is their signature paddle and they love it because of how balanced it is when providing both touch and power.
What is the most popular Selkirk paddle?
Slightly squared-off shape with a long handle & large sweet spot. This is becoming a very popular paddle for players that want the advantage of a longer paddle without the “blade” shape of many elongated paddles by other brands. Mid-weight Range: 7.9 oz. – 8.3 oz.
Are Selkirk paddles made in USA?
Selkirk: “We manufacturer all of our paddles in the USA with the most durable materials and we stand behind the quality of our products. Because of this, Selkirk Sport was the very first Pickleball manufacturer to offer a lifetime warranty on our paddles.
How thick is a Selkirk paddle?
While Paddletek tested and released a number of paddles around . 5” in thickness, Selkirk went “all in” with . 625” thick cores when they launched the AMPED line of paddles in late 2017. The AMPED FiberFlex technology was developed to provide payers with the best possible blend of both control and power.