The Odear 1701 Model Padel Racket is the Top level racket with Toray 3K full carbon
*The most elegant lethal weapon. Developed to achieve the maximum balance between control and power. * Special edition for TOP players looking for a different shovel. A shovel worthy of the best, with its own style that radiates elegance and strength. * Composed by the best materials.
*3K Carbon frame and face of the blade 100% carbon.
*Benefits and maximum aesthetics combined to achieve a unique product.
1701 Padel Racket
38 mm,Constant profile. 100% carbon fiber.
1 layer of fiberglass, 3K Carbon frame and face of the blade 100% carbon.
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Tips:How to Choose a Padel Racket?.
There are three basic shapes of Padel rackets Tear: There rackets are suitable for medium or advanced players. The sweet spot is higher up the racket. Diamond: these rackets are suitable for advanced players. The sweet spot is smaller and is located higher up in the racket. It makes it easier to hit the ball hard. They are not easy to handle for beginners. Round: these are best for beginners. The sweet spot of the racket is rather big and it is located in the middle of it. The weight of the rackets is evenly distributed. These sorts of rackets are usually easy to handle.
The weight of a racket
Nowadays most rackets range between 365gr. to 396gr. A light racket would be between 365gr and 375gr. A heavy racket would range 385gr to 395gr.
Lighter rackets are suitable for beginners and women as they are easier to handle.
Thickness of the Padel racket
Nowadays most rackets range 36mm to 38mm. Advanced players should use thicker rackets to hit the ball harder. For beginners it is recommended thinner rackets because they are easier to use.
Materials of the Padel racket Most of the frame of the racket is made of fiberglass or carbon. The face may contain kevlar. Carbon and kevlar are introduced to some higher end rackets to make them extra resistant to shocks and accidents. The face of a padel racket is usually made of soft materials (foam) or hard materials (eva). The advantages are arguable. It remains a personal choice.
Beginners: Use a light to medium weight racket, preferably round and thin, 36mm or 38mm.
Medium level players: Use a medium weight racket. Use a round or tear shape racket, 36mm or 38mm.
Advanced players: Use any shape or weight. Most players will make the most of their talent by utilizing diamond shaped, heavier rackets, 38mm thick.
Women: lighter rackets are best for women. Most brands usually offer rackets specially tailored for women.
Kids: use a much lighter, thinner and smaller racket. Look for specially designed rackets for kids.
2 sets carbon holes-access make the mold to be its pattern easily.
After molding, the racket has its original appearance now.
The original racket becomes true and now is pending for printing.