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Encore Composite Pickleball Paddle

$94.99

Encore Composite Pickleball Paddle
If you love hitting with power and spin, the Encore Pickleball Paddle will blow you away. According to the USAPA it has the highest amount of deflection and roughness allowed, making it easy to quickly fire balls over the net and keep your opponents guessing. With its composite and polymer construction, it also has a capacity for the “gentle touch” needed when dinking. This versatile paddle can truly do it all, and is backed by Engage’s outstanding reputation for quality.

The Engage Pickleball Paddle comes in several designs, ranging from a simple glossy white to color gradients and swirly tendrils. Along the lower edge of the paddle are Engage’s details and logo. The Encore is an even middleweight, ranging from 7.2 to 7.9 ounces. It measures 15-1/2” long and is a solid 8 1/8” wide. The handle has a medium circumference which suits most players.

The Encore Pickleball Paddle is an outstanding choice for players wanting the best of both worlds—power and control.

Available in the following colors: white paddle with either red logo, purple swirl, pink swirl, blue fade or red fade.

Encore Pro Composite Pickleball Paddle

$104.99

Encore Pro Composite Pickleball Paddle
The Encore Pro Composite Pickleball Paddle was developed with input from nationally ranked players and has been used by big names like Brian Staub, Marcin Rozpedski and Phil Bagley. It features several advanced qualities, such as an extra-large sweet spot and enhanced “touch” when balls hit the paddle’s face. It comes with the Encore’s famous specialized skin that pushes the limits of allowed surface roughness, making it a snap to put spin on balls. The composite and polymer material pairing makes this a fantastic paddle for control, but allows for plenty of strength behind your hits as well.

The Encore Pro Composite Pickleball Paddle shares the same dimensions as the original Encore Paddle except for the weight. This paddle weighs between 7.8 to 8.4 ounces, giving it a little extra heft. It has a width of 8” and an overall length of 15-1/4”. The handle measures 4-3/4” in length, with a medium grip to fit most hands.

The Encore Pro Composite Pickleball Paddle is an ideal choice for players wanting to improve their game and play with gear used by the pros.

Encore XL Composite Pickleball Paddle

$104.99

Encore XL Composite Pickleball Paddle
The Encore XL makes reaching for long shots and using a double-handed backhand a breeze. This paddle has a super long 6-1/4” handle so you can easily hold it with two hands. Distant lobs or speedy slams near your feet are easier to deal with when you have this paddle’s reach and fluid shape. If you’re concerned about missing tricky shots when an opponent tosses you a spinner, that’s when you can be sure this paddle will save you from having to fling your body across the court as well!

The Encore XL’s 7-3/4” wide face is highly textured, allowing you to put extra spin on balls. The polymer core dampens noise while providing a high level of control, and the grip is a balanced medium size. At a 7.1 – 7.5 oz weight, this paddle is speedy without losing power.

The Encore XL is a great option for former tennis players or those who love lots of length in a paddle.

Poach Advantage Pickleball Paddle

$149.99

Poach Advantage Pickleball Paddle
Engage’s Poach Advantage also brings innovation to the core under the surface layer. While the face of the paddle interacts with the ball and enables its to “work” a ball by helping add or reduce spin, the way the face interacts with the core determines if a paddle is a “power paddle” returning energy quickly to a ball or a “control paddle” absorbing energy and giving a softer touch. Engage’s approach was to create a core that would behave differently under different swing speeds – their lead engineer calls it “Variable Release Technology”. Our experience when testing it with our in-house pro validated this behavior giving power when you needed it, and soft touch when you worked on blocks and dinks. Unlike other cores that are “white” from the polypropylene, the chemistry used in this “poly core” renders the core black. Engage calls this the “Control Pro Black” core. The result is that they feel that the paddle is able to give a player the ability to almost “hold” (their words, not ours) pickleballs in place during slower shots for optimal placement.

The paddle is so exciting that almost all of the top Team Engage Pros have switched over to this new paddle. Players the likes of USAPA Nationals Gold Medalists Ben Johns and Corrine Carr have made the switch to the Poach Advantage.

The Poach Advantage comes in two weights, choose from “Lite” (7.5-7.8 oz.) or “Standard” (7.9-8.3 oz.) so you can choose to enjoy a balance between speed and power, or something with a touch more strength in its swing. It has a medium grip with a 5” handle length. The face width is 8” to provide a generous surface area and sweet spot. The design features a gradient background with an overlaid target pattern. The paddle name is displayed on a strip of color near the lower third of the face.

The Poach Advantage is a highly innovative paddle that will allow players to improve their play through smooth handling and its reactive surface.