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Flash Carbon Fiber (14 & 16mm)

Flash Carbon Fiber (14 & 16mm)

Regular price $139.99
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The Flash paddle is the optimal intersection of Power, Grit, and Control. We have implemented the highest quality TORAY T700 raw Carbon Fiber and engineering to help you perform at the highest level on the pickleball court.

Using a single piece of 360-degree wrapped heat-pressed TORAY T700 carbon fiber, we provide a dominant yet sleek paddle while still maintaining a competitive price. Carbon fiber is stronger, more resistant to deformation under stress, and more resistant to fatigue and wear than fiberglass or graphite. Even through rigorous play, your Vatic Pro paddle will maintain its integrity, grit, and strength. 

Product Specs

Surface - Raw TORAY T700 Carbon Fiber with heat compressed texturing 

Thermoformed edges and a Unibody Construction

Foam Inject Walls for an increased sweet spot and added control

Average Weight 14mm - 7.9 - 8.2oz

Average Weight 16mm - 8.1 - 8.3oz

Total Length - 16.2 Inches

Width - 7.7 Inches

Grip Circumference - 4.25 Inches

Grip Length - 5.4 Inches (elongated for 2-hand backhands)

Grip has 2 Ethylene Vinyl Acetate inserts to absorb shock and help with tennis elbow

Core - Optimized C7 Polymers and high-grade performance honeycomb

Core Thickness - 14 or 16mm

Edge Guard: Anti-Abrasion TPU

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 month ago
    Vatic Pro "Best Bang for the Buck"

    Having played with all the Vatic line of paddles, Darryl Wang has created winners...

    Great pricing in a market that has increased in pricing from almost all distributors...

    Raw Carbon Face paddles have dominated the market, with various levels of pricing, despite several paddles being made at the same China factory... Identical paddles with several different names...?

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