Choose your Shape

Epic Benefits:

  • Sweetspot size: 9
  • Most versatile shape
  • Long handle (5.25")
  • For Beginners to Pros

Epic Player profiles:

  • "Help! I don't know which shape to choose."

  • "I'm a Tennis player who wants to master the soft game."

Keeping with the traditional paddle shape, the Epic combines a long handle with a large surface area. Because the surface area is slightly smaller than the S2 paddle, we were able to give the Epic a longer handle. Not only does the longer handle make it more comfortable for tennis players, but it also enables players to use both hands for double-handed backhands.  Since the Epic shape has no weaknesses, it is the most versatile option for players. If you are unsure of which shape to go with, the versatility of the Epic makes it a great choice.

Pros who use the Epic shape: 6-time National Champion Enrique Ruiz, Lynn Syler, and Kyle Thieme

S2 Benefits:

  • Sweetspot size: 10
  • Largest surface area
  • Medium handle (4.5")
  • Price: $150
  • For Beginners to Pros

S2 Player profiles

  • "I want a paddle with the largest face and a slightly shorter handle."

  • "I'm a Pickleball Player. Get me the
    paddle that gives me the most consistency."

The S2 paddle continues the tradition of a standard shape, yet it boasts the largest surface area of all of our paddles. The S2 was the brainchild of US Open Silver Medalist, Tony Tollenaar.   With a shorter handle than the Epic, the S2 has a larger surface area on the face of the paddle. In fact, the S2 has the largest sweet spot in the Pickleball industry! The extra large surface area improves the overall power and control of the paddle, giving every shot more consistency.  If you are a hardcore Pickleball player that doesn’t mind a slightly shorter handle, the S2 is your paddle!

Pros who use the S2 shape: Former Wimbledon champion JoAnne Russel, Tony Tollenaar, and Cammy McGregor

Omni Benefits:

  • Sweetspot size: 8
  • Long Reach
  • Short Handle (4.25")
  • Price: $150
  • For Intermediate to Pros

Omni Player profiles

  • "I need more reach

  • I like to put my finger on the paddle when gripping it"

  • "I'm a Table Tennis/Ping Pong Player"

Developed with the help of SelkirkPro and US Open Champion Glen Peterson, the Omni paddle has an elongated shape with a short handle. The shorter handle allows the Omni to have a bigger surface area, and thus a larger sweet spot than traditional elongated paddles that are skinnier. Many players who want an elongated paddle with better control will use the Omni in doubles play. Table tennis players and people who play with their finger on the paddle also often gravitate towards the Omni because of its shorter handle that doesn’t get in the way.  If you need the reach of an elongated paddle without sacrificing consistency and a nice sweet spot, the Omni shape is ideal for you.

Pros who use the Omni: US Open Champion Glen Peterson, Kaitlyn Christian, and Tonja Major

Maxima Benefits:

  • Sweetspot size: 7.5
  • Longest Reach
  • Long handle (5.25")
  • Price: $150
  • For Intermediate to Pros

Maxima Player profiles

  • "I love to play singles."

  • "I'm a Tennis Player that likes to hit hard from the baseline."

Looking for an elongated shape with a long handle? The Maxima is your paddle. It was developed with the help of our very own professional Pickleball coach and TOC champion, Morgan Evans. The longer handle gives the Maxima an excellent whip that imparts spin and power, making it a tennis player’s dream paddle. This trait also makes the Maxima a stand out as a Singles paddle. The Maxima helps provide the power needed to drive the ball past players, reach to foil passing shots, and spin to make each opponent's life difficult. With the Maxima, you can accomplish hard drives from anywhere on the court.

Pros who use the Maxima: TOC Champion and SelkirkCoach Morgan Evans, Rob Davidson, and Christina Dorman