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Selkirk SLK Evo Soft Max Paddle

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Responsive carbon fiber paddle that feels controllable and inspires confidence. Thick 16mm core absorbs vibrations and resists torquing in the hand.

Midweight/Medium Grip

Selkirk SLK Evo Soft Max Paddle

The SLK Evo Soft Max Pickleball Paddle from Selkirk brings versatility, a huge sweet spot, and excellent control all together in one design. The thick 16 mm (0.63") thick polymer core creates a soft feel in the hand that still results in a reactive and precise response on impact with pickleballs. The handle combines comfort and tack so that your grip is firm and resists slipping. A low profile edge guard allows for maximum use of surface area while protecting against scrapes and bumps.

The Selkirk SLK Evo Soft Max weighs 7.6 - 8.1 oz. and is made with a G8-Flex Carbon Fiber face. This is a highly rigid material that offers long-term consistency and durability while offering a gentle touch and excellent feedback to its user. The handle is 4.85" long, with a medium 4.25" circumference, wrapped in an Ultra-Comfort Grip that adds just the right amount of cushioning. The paddle is 16" long in total, by 7.85" wide, resulting in a generous striking surface area.

The Selkirk SLK Evo Soft Max Pickleball Paddle offers a generous sweet spot and exceptional feel so you can more intuitively seize on opportunities during play.

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

Specifications

Selkirk SLK Evo Soft Max Paddle Technical Specifications
Weight Average: 7.9 oz
Weight Range: 7.6 - 8.1 oz
Grip Circumference: 4 1/4" (Medium) Actual grip sizes may vary up to 1/8"
Grip Style: SLK Ultra-Comfort Grip
Grip Manufacturer: Selkirk
Handle Length: 4.85"
Paddle Length: 16"
Paddle Width: 7.85"
Paddle Face: G8-Flex Control Carbon Fiber
Core Material: Rev-Soft Polymer
Core Thickness: 16mm (0.63")
Edge Guard: EdgeSentry
Manufacturer: Selkirk Sport
Made in the China

Reviews ()

  • Pickleball Product Review
    5

    Sep 5, 2022

    Steve Schernecker