Discontinued

Discontinued Paddles

20P Epic Composite

Description: The 20P Epic is a polypropylene core, composite face paddle. It retailed for $80 and weighed between 7.2-7.7oz on average. It was an excellent choice for beginners just getting into the sport who wanted a high-performance paddle but were not sure on the shape to get.


Comparable Current Model: PRIME Epic

The PRIME Epic is a rebranded version of the 20P Epic. It uses the same technology and same shape as the 20P, just a new look! If you are looking for an upgrade from the 20P Epic, check out our AMPED Epic. The AMPED Epic uses the same shape as the S1C with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. The AMPED Epic is available in a lightweight version and a midweight version.


Available for Purchase: The 20P Epic is still available for purchase on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com//dp/B01LZYQTVZ/

Pro S1C & S1C+

Description: The Pro S1C is a polypropylene core, composite face paddle. It retailed for $100 in two weight versions, Pro S1C (lightweight/7.3-7.8oz) and Pro S1C+ (midweight/7.8-8.3oz). It was excellent for players who wanted a paddle with a large sweetspot and more power.


Comparable Current Model: PRIME S2

The PRIME S2 is a rebranded version of the Pro S1C. It uses the same technology and same shape as the S1C, just a new look! The PRIME S2 is available in a lightweight version only. If you are looking for an upgrade from the S1C, check out our AMPED S2. The AMPED S2 uses the same shape as the S1C with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. The AMPED S2 is available in a lightweight version and a midweight version.


Available for Purchase: The Pro S1C is still available for purchase on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073PJP2MB

21P Maxima Composite

Description: The 21P Maxima is a polypropylene core, composite face elongated paddle designed for power. It retailed for $85 and was excellent for power players who wanted extra reach. The average weight was 7.0-7.5oz.


Comparable Current Model: AMPED Maxima Lightweight

The AMPED Maxima uses the same shape as the 21P Maxima, but with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. It is also available in a lightweight version and a midweight version.


Available for Purchase: The 21P Maxima is still available for purchase on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MAVXL85/

30P Epic Graphite

Description: The 30P Epic is a polypropylene core, graphite paddle that weighed on average 7.2-7.6oz. It retailed for $100 and was excellent for control players. All graphite Selkirk paddles were discontinued because the AMPED technology made graphite obsolete.


Comparable Current Model: AMPED Epic Lightweight

The AMPED Epic uses the same shape as the 30P Epic, but with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. It is also available in a lightweight version and a midweight version.


Available for Purchase: The 30P Epic is still available for purchase on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KKCVW90/

30P Epic Enrique Graphite

Description: The 30P Epic Enrique is a polypropylene core, graphite paddle that weighed on average 7.7-8.1oz. It retailed for $110 and was excellent for control players who wanted a midweight power for a slight power advantage. All graphite Selkirk paddles were discontinued because the AMPED technology made graphite obsolete.


Comparable Current Model: AMPED Epic Midweight

The AMPED Epic uses the same shape as the 30P Epic Enrique, but with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. It is also available in a lightweight version and a midweight version.

Pro S1G & S1G+

Description: The Pro S1G is a polypropylene core, graphite face paddle. It retailed for $130 in two weight versions, Pro S1G (lightweight/7.2-7.7oz) and Pro S1G+ (midweight/7.7-8.2oz). It was excellent for players who wanted a paddle with a large sweet spot and extra control. All graphite Selkirk paddles were discontinued because the AMPED technology made graphite obsolete.


Comparable Current Model: AMPED S2

The AMPED S2 uses the same shape as the Pro S1G, but with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. It is also available in a lightweight version and a midweight version.

31P Omni Graphite

Description: The 31P Omni Graphite is a polypropylene core, graphite face elongated paddle designed for control. It retailed for $100 and weighed an average of 7.2-7.6oz. It was excellent for players who wanted an elongated paddle with extra control. All graphite Selkirk paddles were discontinued because the AMPED technology made graphite obsolete.


Comparable Current Model: AMPED Omni Lightweight

The AMPED Omni uses the same shape as the 31P Omni, but with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. It is also available in a lightweight version and a midweight version.

300A and 300A+

Description: The 300A is an aluminum core, graphite face paddle designed for control. It retailed for $100 and was available in two weight versions, 300A (lightweight, 7.2-7.7oz) and 300A+ (midweight, 7.7-8.2oz). It was excellent for players who wanted a control paddle for indoor use. All graphite Selkirk paddles and aluminum Selkirk paddles were discontinued because the AMPED technology made graphite & aluminum obsolete.


Comparable Current Model: AMPED Epic

The AMPED Epic uses the same shape as the 300A, but with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. It is also available in a lightweight version and a midweight version. A more affordable option to the AMPED Epic ($130) is the PRIME Epic ($80) which uses the same shape as the 300A, but with our X4 core and Fiberflex face which provides more power but less control compared to the 300A. 

200A

Description: The 200A is an aluminum core, composite face paddle designed for control. It retailed for $85 and weighed an average of 7.4-7.9oz. It was excellent for players who wanted a power paddle for indoor use. All aluminum Selkirk paddles were discontinued because the AMPED technology made aluminum obsolete.


Comparable Current Model: PRIME Epic

The PRIME Epic uses the same shape as the 200A but with our X4 polypropylene core that provides more power compared to the 200A. If you are looking for an upgrade from the 200A, check out our AMPED Epic. The AMPED Epic uses the same shape as the 200A but with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. The AMPED Epic is available in a lightweight version and a midweight version.

200P

Description: The 200P is a polymer core, composite face heavyweight paddle designed for ultimate power. It retailed for $80 and weighed an average of 8.3-8.8oz. It was excellent for players who wanted a power paddle. The 200P was discontinued because lightweight and midweight paddles were more favored among Pickleball players and our PRIME and AMPED models offer more ability to spin.


Comparable Current Model: PRIME Epic

The PRIME Epic uses the same shape as the 200P but is a lightweight version (7.2-7.7oz). If you are looking for an upgrade from the PRIME Epic, check out our AMPED Epic. The AMPED Epic uses the same shape as the 200p but with the latest AMPED technology that gives you more power and control. The AMPED Epic is available in a lightweight version and a midweight version. You can also use our guaranteed weight feature to get a AMPED Epic Midweight for a similar weight as the 200P.