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CRUSH RQT Pickleball Paddle (16mm)

Manufacturer #: MAS53009

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Introducing the new CRUSH RQT, a pickleball paddle designed for tennis players. The unique features of RQT (pronounced "racquet") include a maximum allowable 17-inch-long frame and an extra-extended 6.5" handle that work together to solve a major problem for many tennis players transitioning to pickleball - hitting two-handed backhands comfortably. RQT takes advantage of recent breakthrough advances in pickleball paddle construction, specifically, thermoformed RAW Carbon Fiber engineering that generates 20-25% more power than traditionally assembled paddles.

  • 17" long x 7" wide - USAP Maximum Allowable Standard
  • 6.5" extra-extended handle
  • High-performance thermoform RAW Carbon Fiber
  • Toray 700 surface
  • Polypropylene honeycomb core
  • EVA vibration dampening foam in the edge and handle



  • Manufacturer #:  MAS53009
  • Paddle Width:  7"
  • Length:  17"
  • Paddle Thickness:  16 mm
  • Weight Average:  Approx. 8.0 oz.
  • Player Type:  Advanced
  • Colors:  Black/Wimbledon Green
  • Composition/Construction:  Polypropylene Honeycomb Core, T700 Raw Carbon Face
  • Technology:  EVA vibration dampening foam, edge and handle
  • Handle Length:  6.5" -Regular Handle
  • Grip Circumference:  4.25"
  • Approved By:  USA Pickleball Approved
  • Sport:  Pickleball

Customer Reviews

(5.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 3
1. on 1/29/2024, said:
5 stars out of 5
This paddle is a game changer for any players that are looking for the ability to use two hands on the backhand without feeling restricted! Amazing power and control at the same time. Makes it easier to be aggressive on my dinking game. Great paddle for ex tennis players and for players that want to be able to elevate their game!!
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2. on 1/25/2024, said:
5 stars out of 5
The build quality is very good. The paddle is very ‘whippy’ fun to use. The face of the paddle is quite small compared to a standard paddle, which can be an issue at the NVZ. I see this paddle as more for singles as back and forth volleying is more rare. Additionally the paddle is very light, so plan to experiment with adding weights.
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3. on 1/18/2024, said:
5 stars out of 5
Great for my two-handed backhand...I have not used a better paddle that suits my conversion from tennis to pickleball. It has a slightly smaller sweet spot so you have to be a good player to use this, too.
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