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Weight: 9.4 ounces Grip Circumference: 4 1/2" Grip Style: Tennis thin Grip Length: 4 1/2” Paddle Length: 15 7/8” Paddle Width: 8” Paddle Face: Glass Epoxy/painted with Polyurethane coating Core Material: Polypropylene honeycomb 5/8" (16mm) Edge Guard: Thin plastic rim Made in USA (Comparable to the Selkirk S2 Power Air, but 16mm core )


$82.50 $110(-25%)
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  • Return Policy: Returns are accepted for 30 days from the date of purchase in a new condition. Return shipping is the responsibility of the Buyer. An exchange or replacement is also available. Warranty: DBall Poly paddles are covered by a limited warranty for defective material and workmanship for 6 months from the date of purchase. The DBall Slim paddles are NOT covered. What is not covered: Damage caused by abuse, user modification and the natural breakdown from extended use are not covered. Hitting the ground with the paddle or a hard object, such as another paddle, may cause damage to the core, resulting in a compromised performance of the paddle, which are not covered under the warranty. Please note: Due to the edge-less design, this paddle will develop scratches on the edge during play. This is normal wear and is not considered a defect in the product. Do not leave your paddle in direct sunlight when you are not playing, in the car, or garage.

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Because of the cutout the paddle is more flexible at the neck, acting as a spring in shock absorber.

The Dball Poly pickleball paddles, all different shapes, are made from polypropylene honeycomb core. 

The paint is used to finish the paddle faces/ with polyurethane coating. 

The tennis style handles are made of balsa wood and are wrapped with a tacky, thin over-grip tape. 

The paddles are edge-less and are protected with a thin plastic rim. 

The paddles are perfect for new & seasoned players and have the best all-around feel, balance, and performance; from touch drop shots to hard drives and lobs. The ball stays longer on the paddle, enabling more control and spin.