It was at this precise moment that the establishment Siux was born, nourishing the audacious ambition of becoming an essential reference, both in Spain and abroad.

Enchanted Siux...

Twelve years later, the bet has not only succeeded, but it has turned into a real consecration.

Siux sits today at the height of its glory, establishing itself as a major player in padel and offering an ever richer and more innovative range of products.

The company stands out for the richness and variety of its palas, but is not limited to a simple collection of rackets. 

From kit design to luggage, balls and grips, including the recent foray into court construction padel, the Spanish brand stands out for its constant commitment to innovation and the development of cutting-edge technologies.

It also partners with the best players in the world, such as Sanyo Gutiérrez, Franco Stupaczuk and Patty Llaguno, to promote and develop the sport on a global scale.

By delving deeper into the etymology of the word “Siux”, we discover that it draws its roots from the name of the Native American tribe of the Sioux.

This people, renowned for their hunting skills, thrived against European invaders until the end of the 19th century.

The term “Sioux” is more than just a tribal name, it is the heritage of a proud and resistant people who marked the history of North America.

Associate the brand Siux to this tribe with a rich history and considerable influence represents a desire to appropriate its values ​​of strength and perseverance.

Red, the fetish color of Siux, also refers to Red Cloud (“Red Cloud”, 1821-1909), accomplished warrior, leader and formidable strategist, and important color in Sioux culture, symbolizing strength, courage and power.

Today I present to you two of the four models that I selected from the extensive catalog of the Spanish brand.

I chose to focus on the Pro versions, which offer maximum performance.

However, it is important to note that all of these models are also available in Light (lighter) and Go (more suitable for beginners) versions.

Fenix ​​vs ST3

We are dealing with two highly competitive rackets designed for players who like to hit hard, very hard.

They both offer enormous power, but with different characteristics.

The ST3 offers better maneuverability and appreciable efficiency in defense, while the Fenix ​​4 stands out in the offensive sector thanks to a pronounced head balance and a 21 K coating which gives it indisputable leadership.

These two palas are designed for advanced players who have an excellent technical level and greatly surpass their predecessors from last season in terms of power and performance.
They are not recommended for beginners or intermediate players, as they may not reach their full potential, which could lead to frustration, irritation, or even injury.

In the coming days, I will tell you about the last two rackets that I tested. These models are a bit more versatile than the ST3 and Fenix ​​4, so they will suit a wider range of players.

Stéphane Penso

Fan of padel, Stéphane has become the official tester of the planet padel in Europe. Everything goes through his expert hands. Thanks to his extensive experience in the snowshoeing world, he is able to scan your gear from head to toe!