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Babolat XPLR Pickleball Paddle

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Composite fiberglass provides pop, while polymer core delivers a solid feel for all-court play. Medium weight range with 5" long handle.

Middleweight/Small Grip

Babolat XPLR Pickleball Paddle

The Babolat XPLR Pickleball Paddle is a strong all-arounder that supports strategic play but has a forgiving design. The thin core makes it easy to maintain quick reactions and maneuverability, while the composite fiberglass face provides moderate pop and spin. Its balanced weight mixes aspects of both power and control so that you can hit drives or dinks as needed from any depth on the court.

The Babolat XPLR Pickleball Paddle weighs 7.6 – 7.9 oz and comes with a 5” long handle with a small 4" circumference grip. The handle is lightly flared at the end which creates a better sense of security and positioning. The XPLR’s core is made from polymer honeycomb, which is ideal for maintaining a solid feel and great reactivity. The XPLR's overall length is 16”, providing a little extra length for those hard-to-reach volleys or lobs.

The Babolat XPLR Composite Pickleball Paddle is a quick and versatile option that helps players of all skill levels create openings for their next point.

All Babolat products are covered by a 12-month manufacturer's warranty against defects.

Actual grip sizes may vary up to 1/8".


Babolat XPLR Pickleball Paddle Technical Specifications
Weight Average: 7.7 oz
Weight Range: 7.6-7.9 oz
Grip Circumference: 4" Actual grip sizes may vary up to 1/8".
Grip Style: Syntec Uptake Grip
Grip Manufacturer: Babolat
Handle Length: 5"
Paddle Length: 16”
Paddle Width: 7.8"
Paddle Face: Fiberglass
Core Material: Polypropylene Honeycomb
Core Thickness: 13 mm (0.51")
Made in China
Manufacturer: Babolat

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  • Babolat XPLR

    Sep 3, 2021

    if you want to hit you're a banger this paddle will good for you it has a lot of pop. The ball bounce harder. I like to mix it up control and pop.

    Renato Gomez