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.
Besides, where is Selkirk pickleball headquarters?
“Selkirk Sport is a family-owned business in the beautiful Coeur d’Alene area of North Idaho. We handcraft premium Pickleball paddles using the highest quality US-sourced materials in our own facility in Hayden, Idaho, in the USA.
Keeping this in view, where are Selkirk paddles made?
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.
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.
Tyson McGuffin – Selkirk INVICTA
He plays with the paddle that bears his name: the Tyson McGuffin Signature Edition – it averages 8.1 ounces for extra power on hard drives from the baseline to match Tyson’s powerful playing style that helps him dominate in singles.
Most paddles will last between 1-5 years depending on use and how well it is cared for. Selkirk offers a lifetime warranty on any manufacturer defects. However, paddles will have natural wear and tear and may suffer from negligence.
The most obvious signs of damage are those you can see. Sometimes this can be difficult to notice at a glance, however if you carefully examine your paddle at different angles in bright lighting, you may be able to note small dips in its face. This is a sure-fire sign that the core has been damaged to some extent.
The term “sweet spot” applies to stringed racquets. It is the part of the string bed that stretches to the maximum depth and then propels the ball forward using the stored energy in the strings. Since pickleball paddles are solid, they cannot have a sweet spot.