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Gamma Legend Paul Olin Edition NeuCore Pickleball Paddles w/Hone

Product description

Get ready to play a pickle ball game with the enhanced predictability, control, and responsiveness of the NeuCore pickle ball paddles from Gamma! With a honeycomb cushion grip to provide superior control and comfort, these pickle ball paddles provide the high-performance players need to master their game. Our pickleball equipment sets are what any player needs to hit their next ace!

Equipped with NeuCore Technology, these pickleball paddles have a 25% thicker, large-celled core that absorbs sound waves to provide a soft, quiet, and responsive feel. The textured, composite fiberglass hitting surface enhances your paddle with bonus power and pop, while the graphite face provides better control during your game. You will be able to expertly balance control and power to keep the ball in play. Plus, our NeuCore paddles are USAPA-approved, making them perfect for tournaments.

With this pickleball paddle from Gamma, you will enjoy superior quality and craftsmanship that is designed to help improve your gameplay. We understand that athletes have a lifelong need to grow, perform, and strive for excellence, which is why we will never stop innovating and improving our technology. Our paddle for pickleball comes with a 1-year warranty for manufacturer’s defects to the original owner, which is not transferable to third-party sellers. Always enjoy the game and grow your skills with the a NeuCore Paddle!

Product Details:
(1) Pickleball Paddle
Materials: NeuCore Polypropylene Core, Composite Fiberglass Surface
Grip Size: 4 1/8 inches
Grip Length: 4 3/4 inches
Paddle Length: 15 7/8 inches
Paddle Width: 8 inches
Paddle thickness: 5/8 inch
Weight: 8.0 ounces
Color: White

Gamma Legend Paul Olin Edition NeuCore Pickleball Paddles w/Hone

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