THIRD SHOT DROP – PICKLEBALL PADDLES (6/16/2019)

THIRD SHOT DROP – PICKLEBALL PADDLES (6/16/2019)

June 16, 2019
Jack Kasarjian, Owner of Third Shot Drop, came into town to introduce his line of custom-made pickleball paddles. He visited Black Mountain, Downtown Recreation Center, Lake Las Vegas, Durango, and Whitney Mesa. I now have a Kratos paddle: Nomex Core with Composite Surface. Looking forward to playing with it tomorrow!
From Jack:
Your paddle hates heat.
Do not store your paddle in a hot vehicle – excessive heat can cause delamination of the core and surface. Delamination means the adhesive between the honeycomb core and paddle surface breaks down and can lead to dead spots that will affect your paddle’s performance and will shorten the life of your paddle.
Excessive heat will also degrade the adhesive that holds your edge guard on your paddle.
If your vehicle is parked in direct sunlight, it’s best to bring your paddles inside to extend the life and performance of your paddle.
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2 Comments

  1. Richard's World Traveler on December 6, 2021 at 10:58 pm

    Hmmm…. I always thought the graphite was the touch surface.



  2. Brian L on December 6, 2021 at 11:03 pm

    I have went to one of Jack’s paddle demo events and you really learn a lot. He brings 100+ demo paddles with a every combination of core, surface, and weight for you to try. Every combination of core, surface, and weight has a different feel and pop which is why every pickleball player must try one of Jack’s paddle demo events. I thought I was a light weight, Nomex core, Graphite surface paddle guy until I found the perfect mid-weight, poly core, carbon fiber face paddle with custom grip for me. Just a whole new level of a paddle buying experience.