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adidas ADIPOWER ATTK Paddle

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A moderately-elongated paddle utilizing a unique blend of face materials and structural reinforcement creating a soft-playing, yet attack-oriented paddle.

Middleweight/Small Grip
 

adidas ADIPOWER ATTK Pickleball Paddle

The adidas ADIPOWER paddles use new materials to create pickleball paddles which offer attack-style players a soft feel, while still delivering the power they crave. The face is "carbon aluminized," which covers a hard material with a soft coating – resulting in a paddle that possesses different levels to the feel and playability. The "ATTK" model (pronounced "attack") is the most powerful paddle in the new adidas lineup, and will satisfy players who enjoy a moderately elongated shape.

The ADIPOWER ATTK Pickleball Paddle is offered in a weight range of 7.7 - 8.2 oz., with a small-circumference grip (4-1/8"), and a 4-3/4" long handle. The overall paddle measures 16-1/2" long and 7-1/2" wide, resulting in a sweet spot located toward the top of the paddle face. The 14.28mm (0.56") thick, high-density poly honeycomb core lends ball control and touch. Durability comes in the form of structural reinforcement on the perimeter of the paddle, and adidas' "Spin Blade" technology adds surface texture for dynamic rotation on your slicing shots. Add it all up, and the ADIPOWER ATTK delivers solid, pro-level performance.

The ADIPOWER ATTK Carbon Aluminized Pickleball Paddle by adidas is designed for advanced-to-pro levels of play.

Please Note: adidas’ Carbon Aluminized surface treatment will sometimes cause a slight blurring underneath the graphic. This is caused when the carbon shows through the aluminum, and it does not affect the performance of the paddle.

Specifications

adidas ADIPOWER ATTK Pickleball Paddle Technical Specifications
Weight Average: 8.0 ounces
Weight Range: 7.7 - 8.2 ounces
Grip Circumference: 4 1/8" (small) Actual grip sizes may vary up to 1/8".
Grip Style: Perforated Cushion
Grip Manufacturer: adidas
Handle Length: 4 3/4"
Paddle Length: 16 1/2"
Paddle Width: 7 1/2"
Paddle Face: Carbon Aluminized
Core Material: High-density Polypropylene Honeycomb
Core Thickness: 14.28mm (.56")
Edge Guard: 1/4" overlapping paddle face
Manufacturer: adidas
Made in China

Reviews ()

  • Adidas adipower attk paddle
    5

    Jan 16, 2023

    I have had it for just two weeks and so far it has good power and it has good touch.

    Bob Cox

  • Pickleball Product Review
    2

    Jul 25, 2022

    Paul Ingegnere

  • Adidas Pickleball paddle
    5

    Oct 6, 2021

    This is a new paddle and I'm very pleased with it.

    Oct 6, 2021

  • My new favorite
    5

    Oct 4, 2021

    I’ve been using this paddle for a little over a week and it has quickly become my favorite! This summer I’ve been experimenting with a few different paddles and had settled on the Selkirk Vanguard Hybrid Mach6. The Mach6 is a great paddle, but the Adidas Adipower ATTK can generate more power and spin while offering just as good of forgiveness. I play with a ton of spin to keep hard shots in the court and this paddle delivers. Before this paddle I used to only hit drives with top spin but with the Adipower ATTK it has been easier to generate more side spin (in either direction) for cutting drives. The group I regularly play with have all been impressed with the Adidas paddle. It is powerful but controllable, with great touch around the net. If you don’t mind a mid/heavy weight paddle, you should give the Adipower ATTK a try.

    Derek E.

  • Easy Transition from Tennis
    5

    Sep 21, 2021

    Adidas has a great name is sports, so I was anxious to try out some of its brand new pickleball paddles recently. Even with higher expectations for a product coming from such a popular athletic brand, I wasn’t disappointed. The first paddle I tried, which already carried the USA Pickleball "Approved" label, was the ADIPOWER ATTK. It is designed in the new, elongated style, measuring a full 16 1/2 inches long, while still maintaining a longer grip length of 4 3/4 inches. This is great for a big guy like myself because it allowed my larger hands to completely wrap around the grip. The paddle weighed in at approximately eight ounces, which puts it comfortably in the middleweight category. The paddle definitely seems to play well for the "power" player, and I enjoyed taking good whacks with it whenever I could. The sweetest spot seems to be more toward the top of the paddle, which contributes to the "pop" one gets when the ball comes off the paddle. I especially liked being able to smash some fast, deep serves using this paddle. I let a few other guys try this paddle for a while and one of the guys, a seasoned tennis player, was particularly impressed with how this paddle played. He felt that the reach he got from the elongated shape, combined with the solid weight and full-sized grip, most closely matched how he played tennis, making his transition between the two sports that much more comfortable.

    Rick Karakis