Babolat innovated in 2021 by offering three ranges of palas for different attacker profiles. Let's understand the differences between Viper, Veron and Vertuo!
As we will see below, the new collection of rackets from padel Babolat 2021 includes three ranges (Viper, Veron and Vertuo) with each time 3 palas of different shapes: Technical, Counter and Air. A lot of readability for the players and a desire of the French brand to focus on the different types of attackers, by offering them new forms to best meet their needs.
This is the novelty of 2021: a Viper for each type of attacker. With its carbon faces and X EVA foam, the Viper range offers a choice of millimeter power, manoeuvrable power, or controllable power. These three palas are the brand's top-of-the-range models.
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Note that these three palas have been tested by our tester Stéphane Penso. To find out more, it's happening HERE !
Range Veron, equipped with FlexCarbon, puts the power of carbon within reach of all players! More flexible than her big sister, she intends to offer a dynamic power for players who want a little more tolerance.
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To go further, our tester Stéphane Penso offers us an excellent comparison between Viper and Vertuo.
The Vertuo range
Like its two big sisters, the Vertuo range consists of three models: Technical, Air and Counter. With its less dense rubber and fiberglass on the faces, the Vertuo range is clearly focused on the tolerance and flexibility.
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