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Paddle Weight: 7.8-8.2 ounces
Handle Length: 5 1/2 inches
Paddle Core: Polypropylene Honeycomb
Paddle Surface: Raw Carbon Fiber
Paddle Length: 16 1/2 inches
Paddle Width: 7 1/2 inches
Grip Size: 4 1/4 inches
Grip: Textured, Light-tack Max Control™ Grip
Introducing the NEW Vulcan V570 Raw Composites
Today’s top pickleball players are demanding thicker paddles that push the allowable limits for texture and spin. Inspired by pro players, Vulcan’s two new V570 Raw Composite pickleball paddles provide the answer. Both the V570CF2 and V570FRP models are designed and made the same, except for an important surface distinction that defines each in terms of playability and player preference. Technologically, both V570 versions leverage Vulcan’s Textured and Traction Surface Technology (TNT), allowing players to spin and shape balls.
The Vulcan V570FRP is textured to create maximum spin. It is designed and built for power without sacrificing precision and control. Features a thicker 16 mm polypropylene core platform, the world’s first raw fiberglass face, and Vulcan’s new TNT surface technology. The classic shape offers a generous sweet spot and consistent face with an elongated handle for extra reach, leverage, and two-hand backhands. Vulcan Max Control Grip is 5-1/2” long with 4-1/4” circumference. Weight is 8.0 oz. (+/- .20). Color is translucent white with modern minimalist black graphics and details.
Introducing the world’s first paddle with “raw fiberglass” surface technology, the material widely known for generating power and pop. Vulcan’s new engineering for 2023 is inspired by recent innovations in raw carbon fiber. As the game is played more aggressively, the V570FRP represents a breakthrough to play with power and pop without sacrificing spin and control. This model feels and plays livelier than its control-first sibling and imparts a brighter-pitched sound.
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