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CRBN² Pickleball Paddle (16mm)(Black/White)

Manufacturer #: B2B216W-B2B

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The CRBN² Pickleball Paddle features the same T700 carbon fiber face as the CRBN¹ with a honeycomb polypropylene core. Carbon fiber is the optimal choice of material for paddles. Not only does it produce insane amounts of spin, but it also provides a massive sweet spot and consistency through industry-leading compression rates, with the perfect balance of power and control. The CRBN² weighs an average of 7.8 - 8.1 ounces to give you the stability you need at the net for blocking and returning hard-hit balls. The CRBN² has a shorter handle, and the face is shorter and wider than the CRBN¹, thus extending the sweet spot out wider, rather than longer as in the model 1.

Available in a thinner core (13mm) for those who love power, or thicker core (16mm) for those who want a bit of a softer feel around the net.

Every CRBN² Paddle comes with a FREE Neoprene Paddle Cover ($20 Value). *Note, excludes used paddles - Applies to NEW Paddles ONLY*


  • Manufacturer #:  B2B216W-B2B
  • Headsize:  8" Paddle Width
  • Length:  15.75
  • Thickness:  16mm
  • Weight:  7.8-8.1 oz.
  • Player Type:  Intermediate-Advanced
  • Colors:  Black/White
  • Composition/Construction:  Polypropylene Honeycomb Core, Raw T700 Carbon Fiber Face
  • Paddle Technology:  T700 Carbon Fiber
  • Handle Length:  5.25"
  • Grip Circumference:  4.25"
  • Approved By:  USAPA Approved
  • Misc:  Includes a Free Neoprene Paddle Cover ($20 Value). *EXCLUDES Used Paddles. Applies to NEW Paddles ONLY*
  • Sport:  Pickleball

Customer Reviews

(4.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 2
1. on 12/27/2023, said:
5 stars out of 5
Lots of control, and very light.
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2. on 8/19/2022, said:
3 stars out of 5
A little too small in length for my type of play. Responsive and held balls on the face longer than my existing paddle. Squared handle was not comfortable for me. I appreciate the return policy and went with a different paddle that I am comfortable with and is improving my game.
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