Onix Evoke XL Graphite Pickleball Paddle
The Onix Evoke XL Graphite paddle offers incredible speed and maneuverability in a hyperlite paddle design while still delivering outstanding pop and precision with the polypropylene core.
POLYPROPYLENE HONEYCOMB CORE
– Provides balanced performance of touch, power and pop
– Offers light-weight characteristics for added speed, pop, and maneuverability
– Extends the width of a standard paddle shape for a larger sweet spot
– Mimics the handle shape of a table tennis racket with a flared, wood handle
– Made of the lightest materials for the fastest and most agile paddle
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PICKLEBALL PADDLE DISCLAIMER
There are now so many organizations claiming to have the authority to make rules regarding pickleball paddles, that it has become impossible for us to track them all. As a result, Racquet Network no longer tracks which paddles are considered “legal” and which are considered “illegal”. If this issue is important to you, please contact your club before making your purchasing decisions. Racquet Network does not issue refunds for paddles on the basis of their acceptance or lack thereof by any club or organization. In our opinion, all paddles should be “legal” and all players should be welcome.
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