Rebel PowerSpin

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Rebel PowerSpin

We tamed its Exterior. We didn't touch its heart & Soul! The New Look Rebel

Designed for pickleball players with that non-conforming, non-traditional attitude, the Rebel PowerSpin name says it all! Don't let the calm design fool you. This paddle is a Powerhouse. The Rebel has a comfortable handle wrapped with PROLITE’s comfort contour grip - you’ll not only look great on the court, you’ll stay cool as ice. Boasting an extra-long 16 inch reach, perfect balance and light 7.5-8.1 ounce weight, you'll never have to say stop. Play all day long in your own style with Rebel’s polymer core and textured fiberglass hitting surface with fantastic PowerSpin™ control, and deliver the goods with a soft touch or rowdy punch.


 Paddle Specs:

  • Core: QuadCore™ Polymer Honeycomb
  • Facing: Textured Fiberglass Surface with PowerSpin™ Control
  • Extra-long paddle face for enhanced reach
  • Length: 16"
  • Width: 7 13/16"
  • Weight: 7.5-8.1 oz.
  • Grip: PROLITE Comfort Contour Grip
  • Grip Circumference: 4 1/4" Length: 5"
  • MicroEdge™ Guard
  • Noise Approved Pickleball Communities
  • Since 1984, all PROLITE paddles are manufactured in the USA and meet the USAPA's specifications
  • Rebel Spec Sheet [DOWNLOAD
  • Comparison Chart (DOWNLOAD)


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  • 5
    Prolite Rebel

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 19th 2019

    Had been playing with the Titan and the Cypher. Borrowed a friend’s Rebel and liked it. I bought a Rebel in mid December. I love the shape and power. The spin is good. I miss the control the carbon fiber provides. I would love to see the Rebel shape with carbon fiber for added touch.

  • 4
    ProLite Rebel

    Posted by Brian Jacobs on Jan 5th 2019

    I've had this paddle for about 3 months now, and I can say that it's the most solid paddle I've played with. Even when I miss hit a ball and catch it near the frame the hit still feels solid in my hand. However, I thought balls would spin better off of this paddle, but I've found the opposite is true. It's more of a power paddle than a spin paddle so if you're a harder hitting player who takes their hacks at the ball, you may find yourself hitting quite a few out, especially when hitting outdoor balls. I'll give it 4/5 stars.

  • 5
    Just Awesome

    Posted by Ben H on Dec 18th 2018

    I tried this, then the competition, I then came back to the Rebel and haven't been able to put it down. Great control without sacrificing power. I just ordered a spare as a backup.

  • 5
    Rebel Review

    Posted by Gabe Watson on Aug 5th 2018

    I highly recommend the Rebel paddle to players of all levels. To me, it is the best paddle on the market.