CRUSH PowerSpin

$99.00
(9 reviews) Write a Review

Crush PowerSpin

The CRUSH PowerSpin paddle is built on the Company’s most successful paddle shape – the Magnum. But this one’s not graphite like the Magnum – and it has some attitude

The interior of the CRUSH is constructed of noise dampening polypropylene honeycomb, sandwiched between sheets of PROLITE’s new, durable, fiberglass panels. On top, we've added a specific type of printing process that involves various levels of saturation resulting in a tackified surface. What does this mean to the average player? A quiet paddle built for spin, with an oversized face, plenty of control and tons of CRUSHing power. 

The CRUSH PowerSpin paddle not only look great, they’re performance masters. Utilizing the very best in polypropylene honeycomb cell technology, these paddles will stand up to any challenge on the court – any ball type and any opponent. Light head weight means faster responses. Smaller grip size adds control on those inside-out net shots. Baseline drives and power packed volleys are givens. And its SpinTac Surface Technology is designed for ultimate spin control at the moment you call on it. 

  • CRUSH Skate design is a little rad with a turquoise grunge version of the PROLITE ball and bolt. The design is contrasted with a coral colored geometric shape on a gritty looking skate park background in dark gray tones. 

 

 Paddle Specs:

  • Core: Polypropylene Honeycomb
  • Facing: Fiberglass with SpinTac Surface Technology, exclusive to PROLITE
  • Length: 15 1/2"
  • Width: 7 7/8"
  • Weight: 7.6-8.2 oz.
  • Grip: PROLITE SofTac 32 Cushion Grip
  • Grip Circumference: 4 1/8" Length: 5 1/4"
  • Low Profile Tapered Edge
  • Noise Approved Pickleball Communities
  • Manufactured in the USA and meets the USAPA's specifications


PicklePong Deb Harrison reviews the Crush PowerSpin

pickleballpong-deb.jpg

9 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Crush power spin

    Posted by Jerry Bond on Sep 1st 2019

    I got this for my son. He likes it a lot.

  • 5
    Crush Powerspin

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 23rd 2019

    I like that it is only 7.5 ounces and has a lot of spin

  • 5
    Prolite Crush Paddle

    Posted by Miles Quade on Feb 4th 2019

    Better size for me, i.e. lighter with smaller grip. I don't get as tired swinging it, and more accurate.

  • 5
    Great paddle. Grip fits my hand very well and the weight of the paddle is right for me.

    Posted by Karrie Frantz on Feb 2nd 2019

    Would recommend this paddle.

  • 5
    Crush

    Posted by Steven Williams on Oct 28th 2017

    Great spinning paddle

  • 5
    Crush paddle

    Posted by Jim Squire on Aug 19th 2017

    I have played with this paddle, and really like the ability to put extra spin on the ball. The grip is nice and tacky as well. It is a really nice paddle. I have ordered a lot of other paddles. But as a reseller. I don't play many of them. But everyone I have sold a paddle to, seems extremely pleased. These paddles sell themselves. I don't really have to do anything, other than let people try them out.

  • 4
    Crush paddle

    Posted by Jim Squire on Aug 10th 2017

    I just started playing with it today. I really like the paddle. I only gave it four stars. Because I couldn't really rate it as of yet. It seems to grip the ball better than my Titan. And I have to get used to that feeling. But MAN could I put some serious spin on the ball. I think once I get used to the feel. I will really like this paddle. Because ping pong is my base paddle sport, for pickleball. So I understand the spin aspect of game. And the grip is nice and tacky also. But I may have to add an extra wrap, because of the size of my hands.

  • 5
    Pro Lite Crush

    Posted by Nathan McIntire on Jul 29th 2017

    This is a great paddle! I've had several paddles and this is by far my favorite. I like it way better than the Paddletek Wave that I just used previously. This paddle has great touch, power and control. I've found my new favorite paddle.

  • 5
    Crush Wave - a Crushing winner!

    Posted by Larry Blythe on Jun 13th 2017

    Like all paddles, you must allow time to adjust. I ALWAYS recommend having a few paddles and to continually switch. You never know if in the middle of a tournament you damage your favorite. If you are not familiar with your other paddles, it'll psych you out! The Crush Wave is light, strong, and precise. Although you can hit hard, it excels in the dink game and other precision shots.