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If you have recently been introduced to Pickleball and are not sure which paddle to start with, you may have faced the paddle conundrum. Those just starting out do not want to invest in a premium paddle, but they want to be able to enjoy Pickleball to its full potential without the limitations of a wooden paddle. Selkirk Sport has now changed that by developing the NEO Polymer Composite Paddle. The NEO boasts the same polymer honeycomb core as Selkirk's premium paddle, but it comes at an affordable price due to the utilization of an innovative composite face technology. The NEO paddle is sure to be a huge hit with anyone starting out in Pickleball or looking for a backup paddle for friends and family.
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|Mansion Select's Easy Tennis Racquet Grip Size Selection Guide|
Finding Your Tennis Racquet Grip Size? Mansion carries tennis racquets with grip sizes ranging from less than 4" for juniors to 4 5/8" for the largest adult hands. This might not seem like much of a range, but the difference even 1/8" makes is surprising. Too large a grip can strain your hand, and prolonged use of too small a grip can injure your hand, wrist, and elbow.
Generally, if you're between eighths when you measure, you'll be better off going with the larger grip. A grip 1/16" too large will be comfortable, while a slightly small one might not. On the other hand, a slightly small grip can be fattened up easily with an overwrap, whereas a too-large grip would have to be shaved down which is not always possible. Overwraps can't fatten a grip effectively more than 1/8" though, because each layer of overwrap adds to the rounding off of the bevel edges on your handle.