Rebel Pro - Black Diamond Series

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Rebel Pro - Black Diamond Series

The Rebel PowerSpin has been one of our most sought after paddle model for years. NOW, PROLITE has come out with something that is over the top - The REBEL PRO! The Rebel Pro is made with the same perfection. It's constructed of the finest materials in the pickleball industry, hands down! This level of carbon fiber is currently used in NASCAR, space shuttles, and you can understand how structurally sound and durable the materials are. With the exact same Rebel shape, the Rebel Pro is perfect for all players especially tennis and platform converts. It's powerful, just like the Rebel PowerSpin and still has the soft touch and control. With the longer handle, PROLITE chose a highly absorbent and tackified grip - the PROLITE SofTac 32 grip. The Rebel Pro has the extra-long 16 inch reach, perfect balance, and light 7.9-8.2 ounce weight. The design pops off of the pure, exquisite carbon fiber and is different on each side.

Paddle Specs:

  • Core: QuadCore™ Polymer Honeycomb
  • Facing: Highest Quality, American Made Carbon Fiber Facing
  • PROLITE's exclusive carbon fiber and vibration dampening system helps alleviate chronic tennis elbow and wrist pain through dispersion of energy throughout every fiber of the paddle
  • Length: 16"
  • Width: 7 13/16"
  • Weight: 7.9-8.2 oz.
  • Grip: PROLITE SofTac 32 Cushion Grip
  • Grip Circumference: 4 1/4" Length: 5"
  • MicroEdge™ Guard
  • Noise Approved Pickleball Communities
  • Manufactured in the USA and meets the USAPA's specifications




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  • 5
    Feel the difference!

    Posted by Mike Bertello on Jan 8th 2020

    I wasn't sure if the carbon face would make a difference. It does. There's a better feel and has helped a lot with the accuracy and confidence. For me, it really helps on some of the defensive shots. I've been playing with the Rebel Powerspin and some other name branded paddles. My style is to put heavy spin on returns. So far, I can't see a huge advantage of more spin using the Rebel Pro, but I also know that it takes time for the Carbon face to get broken in.