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Bird Pickleball Falcon Elite - Ergo Pickleball Paddle

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Bird Pickleball Falcon Elite - Ergo Pickleball Paddle


Introducing the Falcon Elite - Ergo Pickleball paddle! Its innovative ergonomic design is perfect for those who want to try something new and gain a competitive edge.

Stop twisting your wrist with every hit. Get optimal backhand shots, solid fore-hand slams, and have full confidence on those low awkward saves.

Dare to step up your game with the new Falcon Elite ergonomic Pickleball paddle.


  • Wrist-Friendly Technology: Say goodbye to wrist strain and discomfort. Our paddle ensures you can enjoy optimal backhand shots and powerful forehand slams without the pain
  • Precision Performance: With the Falcon Elite, you'll have the confidence to make those low and awkward saves. It's designed for precision and control in every shot
  • Unleash Your Full Potential: Don't settle for ordinary. Step up your game and take your Pickleball skills to the next level with the Falcon Elite ergonomic paddle
  • Experience the Difference: Elevate your Pickleball game and experience the benefits of a paddle designed for comfort, performance, and style with this single pickleball paddle
  • Innovative Ergonomic Design: The Falcon Elite Pickleball paddle features a cutting-edge ergonomic design that sets you apart on the court and gives you a competitive edge


  • Weight: 8.5 oz.
  • Paddle Length: 15"
  • Grip Size (Circumference): 4.5"
  • Paddle Width: 8"
  • Grip Material: High Tack Performance
  • Paddle Depth: 14mm
  • Paddle Core: Polypropylene
  • USAPA Approved
  • Hitting Surface: T700 Raw Carbon
  • Dimensions: (W) 8" x (L) 16" x (D) 10.5"(14mm)
  • Paddle Width: 8 - 8.5 oz
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