TITAN Pro - Black Diamond Series

$135.00
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Titan Pro - Black Diamond Series


The First in the Black Diamond Series constructed of the finest materials made. Yep, this one is different - from the ground up. It's a technological beauty of a paddle - unlike any other ever created. But more than that, it's the first paddle to incorporate carbon fibers into the paddle face (you can see the fibers). It’s the best of the best in terms of quality design, materials and workmanship. And it’s been a labor of love.

 

 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: 15 1/2"
  • Width: 7 13/16"
  • Weight: 7.6-8.2 oz.
  • Grip: PROLITE No Sweat Diamond Grip
  • Grip Circumference: 4 1/4" Length: 5"
  • MicroEdge™ Guard
  • Noise Approved Pickleball Communities
  • Manufactured in the USA and meets the USAPA's specifications
  • Titan Spec Sheet [DOWNLOAD
  • Comparison Chart (DOWNLOAD)

    Del Kauss, the 2018 Men's Senior National Doubles Champion reviews the Titan Pro by PROLITE

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  • 5
    Best Outdoor Paddle ever created

    Posted by RWPb on Nov 2nd 2017

    Compared to Paddletec & Engage paddles, this paddle should sell for $175.00, by the way — it doesn’t !!
    Buy it now, seriously, now (where’s the wallet/purse?)

  • 5
    pro black diamond

    Posted by Mike LaCrosse on Aug 13th 2017

    Used the paddle for two weeks. Found it to be light and reactive.. I maintained my power and gained increased control.

  • 4
    Titan new look

    Posted by Terry on Jul 20th 2017

    Great paddle switched from my Z5 which I really like after trying a buddy's Titan.More power a little heavier much more spin and easy to use at the net.Very pleased so far.

  • 5
    Titan Pro New Look Paddle

    Posted by William Cetti on Jul 9th 2017

    Still learning about the paddle. It has better control than my prior paddle, and if I am not concentrating a lot more power. Controlling the power is my biggest challenge at this stage. I have only used the paddle for one (1) week and am still not over the learning curve.