|Fiber Glass Silver 3K
In the frame of the shovel
|By applying more material from the frame to four centimeters into the face, we minimize the difference in hardness between the frame and the face. In this way, when the ball is hit with the outer parts of the paddle, we minimize the possible cutting of the fibers that could occur when the rubber sinks.
|Carbon Framework. By using this material in the frames we give more rigidity and durability to the frame and the blade in general.
In the blade core
Low density HR2 rubber core. Thanks to its lightness it is always used in shovels in which it seeks that the ball enters a little more in core and to feel it softer.
On the face of the shovel
|Woven braided glass fabric with a metallized finish to give this material a degree of stiffness that is somewhere between carbon and fiberglass.
Other areas of the blade
Longer handle length for easier grip.