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  1. Adidas Metalbone Lite
    Vendor:
    Adidas
    Adidas Metalbone Lite
    Regular price
    €119,95
  2. Siux Tsunami Luxury
    Vendor:
    Siux
    Siux Tsunami Luxury
    Regular price
    €169,95
  3. Bullpadel Indiga Pwr 23
    Vendor:
    Bullpadel
    Bullpadel Indiga Pwr 23
    Regular price
    €79,95
  4. Babolat Reflex
    Vendor:
    Babolat
    Babolat Reflex
    Regular price
    €78,99
  5. Adidas Adipower Team
    Vendor:
    Adidas
    Adidas Adipower Team
    Regular price
    €152,90
  6. RS Padel Cobra Apex Women
    Vendor:
    RS Padel
    RS Padel Cobra Apex Women
    Regular price
    €117,95
  7. Adidas Rx #Greenpadel
    Vendor:
    Adidas
    Adidas Rx #Greenpadel
    Regular price
    €129,95
  8. Babolat Reveal
    Vendor:
    Babolat
    Babolat Reveal
    Regular price
    €53,90
  9. RS Padel Cobra Women
    Vendor:
    RS Padel
    RS Padel Cobra Women
    Regular price
    €94,99
  10. Siux Force Pro
    Vendor:
    Siux
    Siux Force Pro
    Regular price
    €99,95
  11. Head Flash
    Vendor:
    Head
    Head Flash
    Regular price
    €49,90
  12. Adidas Adipower W Team Women
    Vendor:
    Adidas
    Adidas Adipower W Team Women
    Regular price
    €139,95
  13. Head Alpha Elite
    Vendor:
    Head
    Head Alpha Elite
    Sale price
    €120,95
    Regular price
    €149,95
  14. Head Evo Sanyo
    Vendor:
    Head
    Head Evo Sanyo
    Regular price
    €59,95
  15. Babolat Contact
    Vendor:
    Babolat
    Babolat Contact
    Regular price
    €52,95

Buy the ideal padel racket at Padelstore

Padelstore.com offers a wide range of padel rackets! With our carefully chosen and extensive selection of rackets you can't help but feel confident when hitting the courts. Padel rackets nowadays come in more and more shapes, sizes, brands and weights to meet the needs of every type of player. Padelstore.com has all different brands, types and sizes. What kind of racket suits you best depends on the level at which you play. This is because you will find padel rackets that are better suited for beginners and padel rackets that are better suited for experienced players. The rackets differ in comfort, power, spin and control.  With the help of the product specifications you can find out which padel racket suits you best. If you are still in doubt based on the product descriptions, we will help you. For the best advice you only have to fill in the new padel racket advice tool and our experts will help you find the ideal padel racket. 

Which padel racket is right for me?

Padel rackets are divided into three basic shapes, which are the round padel rackets, the teardrop padel rackets, the diamond padel rackets and the hybrid padel rackets. These various shapes can strengthen different types of players in their qualities. Do you need a racket that supports your controlling game? Or do you need a padel racket that gives you extra power? Maybe you are looking for the perfect combination between these two. Due to the rapid growth of the padel sport there has been a lot of development in padel rackets. There are padel rackets that are ideal for beginners. If you are specifically looking for padel rackets for advanced players, there are plenty of possibilities. 

Different brands

The market for padel rackets has grown tremendously over the last few years and more and more brands are trying to make a name for themselves. Padelstore has many different padel racket brands so there is the right choice for everyone! We have a wide range of Babolat padel rackets, Dunlop padel rackets and Adidas padel rackets. We also provide other specific padel brands such as Starvie, Siux, Bullpadel and many more!

Type of padel rackets 

Padel rackets come in all kinds of weights, brands, types and materials. An ideal weight of a padel racket does not exist, as it depends on your level and physical condition. In general, the heavier you are, the heavier your padel racket should be. A lighter racket is easier to use while a heavier racket can provide you with more power. There are all guidelines for an ideal racket weight but in the end it is all about you feeling comfortable with your racket and only you can be the judge of that.

The outside of the padel racket, aka the profile or blade, provides stability and resistance. In most rackets, this profile consists of layers of fiberglass, graphite or carbon. Typically, the profile of a padel racket has a diameter of 38mm. The inside, also known as core, of a padel racket nowadays can consist of many different types of materials. The base usually consists of EVA rubber that is compounded with material that varies between hard and soft features. Rackets with EVA rubber that are a bit harder create more vibration from the racket when hitting the ball. Softer rackets that are characterized by foam in the core absorb these vibrations which also reduces your risk of injury. With soft padel rackets you will have more control, whereas with hard padel rackets you can hit the ball with more force. A disadvantage of a softer padel racket is that it does not last as long as a harder padel racket. 

How long does a padel racket last?

If we are to believe the factories, a padel racket lasts about 1-2 years until it needs replacement. In reality, the lifespan depends on several factors. An important factor for the lifespan is the frequency with which you play padel. If you just play a few hours a week, those 1-2 years could be realistic. However, even with normal use, you can hit the fences or glass walls with your racket. In the case of fanatic players who are often on the court, the chances of premature racket damage are also higher. 

Playing frequently in adverse weather conditions also does not benefit the longevity of a padel racket. This applies to both excessive heat and cold. The materials that constitute the racket do not react well to this and these temperatures can cause the materials to change in hardness and softness or a they can cause crack. This is often not even visible to the naked eye but can affect the playing performance of the racket. This does not mean you can't play in these weather conditions, but it is advisable to take care of protecting your racket. Do not leave your racket in damp, hot and cold places. Purchase a case or special padel bag to store your padel racket.

As a final important tip, we advise you to never throw your padel racket if it is not going well. We understand how frustrating losing can be but throwing your racket is disastrous for its longevity.

What kind of padel racket should I buy?

We understand that buying a padel racket can be tricky. With all the different shapes, brands, weights etc. it is not easy to keep track and make a good choice. At Padelstore.com we have tried to simplify the process of buying a padel racket online. All padel rackets are provided with product descriptions and should these not be enough, don't worry. Padelstore.com has built in a racket recommendation tool especially for you. Just fill it out and our experts will help you find the ideal padel racket!