Spectrum Pro Paddle Purple Standard Weight


The Spectrum Pro paddle will blow away players expectations who favor "touch". This is largely due to its circular shape. While the paddle does have an incredibly soft feel, players can still crush a winner when the opportunity comes. The thicker polymer core will increase responsiveness while the slimmer edge guard helps provide maximum surface area. Players might wonder about the usual trade-offs experiences with composite fiberglass paddles. This paddle defies them – with both a generous sweet spot and surprising power. The Spectrum Pro should be equally effective to players looking for a solid defensive paddle and reliable offense.

The Spectrum Pro is available in two different weights and grip sizes with a 5" handle. At 8.25" wide, the paddle offers plenty of room for all types of shots without sacrificing control of your volley's angle and positioning. The paddle design is composed of a honeycomb/jagged graphic with Prince's "P" on top.

You'll feel more in control of your shots with the Spectrum Pro Paddle's perfect blend of touch and strength. The thickness of the Progressive Core technology is far more than other polymer cores in the industry. Measuring 9/16" thick, the core provides what can be called "linear progressive" feel. This means the more power you put into a shot, more of that energy gets transferred to the ball. Other paddles with a fiberglass face can have a "hot spot" in the center of the face. However, the combination of the Progressive Core and the Spectrum Pro's unique round shape give you consistent soft shots (dinks), defensive volleys (where you must absorb the power of a shot coming toward you quickly), and of course power to put the shot away. When tested, players marveled and noted it was one of the best paddles ever put through the Prince test lab.