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CRBN-1 Carbon Fiber Paddle

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CRB101
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T700 carbon fiber surface offers excellent spin, with a 16-1/2" length for great reach, follow-through, and placement capabilities.

Middleweight/Medium Grip
 

CRBN1 Carbon Fiber Pickleball Paddle

The CRBN1 Carbon Fiber Paddle from CRBN is a long and powerful option that will have you slicing and speeding up shots with ease. Its 16-1/2" length provides opportunity to set the pace of a match and allows players to incorporate whip-like action on swings so their strikes zip past the competition. The high quality T700 carbon fiber face offers excellent texture to add more rotation when desired, and hone in on accurate placement.

The CRBN1 Pickleball Paddle ranges from 7.9 – 8.2 ounces, which makes it easy enough to maneuver while providing enough weight to power up your volleys. The 5-1/2" handle length also gives players room to use two-handed shots for when you really need to pounce on an opening in your opponents' defenses. Its polypropylene core comes in three different thickness options: 13mm, 14mm, or 16mm. This range offers players the flexibility to choose their preferred core thickness that compliments their play style, whether that is a slimmer paddle with a more "punchy" feel (13mm), a thicker paddle with a softer control-oriented feel and vibration dampening qualities (16mm), or a paddle that blends power with a large sweet spot (14mm). The grip circumference also varies accordingly, with the 13mm and 14mm paddle handles measuring 4-1/4" in circumference, and the 16mm paddle's handle measuring slightly larger at 4-3/8".

Every new CRBN paddle is serialized and approved for USA Pickleball sanctioned tournament play.

The CRBN1 Carbon Fiber Paddle from CRBN Pickleball will allow you to control points with mega-spin, and foregoes flashy design in favor of letting performance do all the talking.

Specifications

CRBN1 Carbon Fiber Paddle Technical Specifications
Weight Average: 8.0 ounces (13mm and 14mm), 8.2 ounces (16mm)
Weight Range: 7.9-8.1 ounces (13mm and 14mm), 8.1-8.3 ounces (16mm)
Grip Circumference: 4.25" (13mm and 14mm), 4.375" (16mm) - Medium circumference, actual grip sizes may vary up to 1/8"
Grip Style: Perforated Comfort Grip
Grip Manufacturer: CRBN Pickleball
Handle Length: 5.5"
Paddle Length: 16.5"
Paddle Width: 7.5"
Core Thickness: 13mm (0.51"), 14mm (0.55"), 16mm (0.63")
Paddle Face: T700 Raw Carbon Fiber
Core Material: Polypropylene Honeycomb
Edge Guard: 1/4" overlapping paddle face
Manufacturer: CRBN Pickleball
Made in China

Reviews ()

  • Carbon 1
    5

    Dec 16, 2022

    This is an excellent paddle for spin and good power.

    Sukhi Singh

  • Awesome grit, a little heavy
    4

    Dec 13, 2022

    Play tested the CRBN 1 and thought it was love at first sight. Pulled the trigger on a Black Friday Sale but I’m not sure if it’s my one true paddle after all. Great touch, amazing spin but a little heavier than I’m used to. I feel like I have to wail on the ball to put it away. If I were to do it again, I might opt for the 14 or 13 mm instead of the 16…that or I’ll just stick with my lighter, faster, a little bit poppier Pursuit MX 6.0 and miss out on the great(er) spin potential that CRBN has to offer.

    Alan

  • crbn1 16 mm 8.0 oz
    5

    Dec 5, 2022

    the carbn1 16mm / 8.0 0z is a very good paddle the paddle, has great spin and very good control , i was able to hit good cross court dinks and hit some very good winners . top spin under spin , and side spin , the paddle has good power too , as i had to ease up a on some service returns , i played with paddle for 3 hrs and this defiantly is a keeper .

    greg

  • CRBN1 Paddle
    5

    Dec 1, 2022

    I love this paddle! I love the spin I am able to get on the ball with it's texture. I'd buy it again!

    Lauren Snow

  • From my perspective - thoughts
    4

    Nov 19, 2022

    I like the grip length, but it is a bit small for my hand size. This paddle has a bit more power than the tempest reign Paddletek, but it still seems to lack the power that I find in Ben John's Joola. Good control, but I need control and power.

    John Warkentin