Combat: Power Pickleball Paddles
Li-Ning Makes Powerful Pickleball Paddles To Help You Dominate the Court
When you are super serious about your Pickleball play, you want your gear to make a statement from the moment you walk onto the Pickleball court. If you view a Pickleball match as an all-out battle, then the COMBAT SERIES Pickleball paddles from Li-Ning are for you. These heavyweight paddles are the fourth in a series of performance Pickleball paddles strategically designed for your preferred playing style. Li-Ning’s COMBAT Pickleball paddles are built for explosive players who are geared toward totally dominating their opponents.
All these Pickleball paddles have weights at the higher end of the spectrum – right around 8 ounces – and they are available in standard shapes (featuring larger sweet spots) or with extended reach heads that are longer. With the heavier Pickleball paddles in this category also comes the promise of stronger shots from hard to return baseline serves to service returns that jump off your paddle. If you’re not sure what type of Pickleball paddle is right for you, some professionals recommend a simple look in the mirror to match a paddle alongside your body type. COMBAT Pickleball paddles would be a good fit for those who are big and strong. The opposite also is true, so if you are more petite, consider lighter paddles from the Li-Ning INSTINCT SERIES.
With a COMBAT Pickleball paddle in your hand, you can count on accurately and consistently hitting the ball deep on a point-in and point-out basis. The USA Pickleball Association has approved these extra heavy, extra powerful Pickleball paddles for use on your favorite court.
Pay Attention to the Pickleball Paddle Sound Ratings
The popping sound of a Pickleball coming off the skin of a paddle is unmistakable. Pickleball hitting sound is a real “thing” and for many enthusiasts, it’s an adrenaline fueling bonus to the sport. Conversely, some players want to disguise the velocity of their shots and prefer a softer sound. And some communities are starting to regulate the sound level emanates from the courts. So be sure to look for Li-Ning’s hitting sound rating on its Pickleball paddles. These range from soft to medium to hard.