The new paddle range in 2016 has been completely redesigned by Adidas to offer snowshoes with a fashion look.

The adidas ENERGY paddle racket features the new adidas HIDDEN HOLES technology. This innovation gives this paddle racket a progressive power and a sweet sweet point. It is intended for intermediate level players to confirmed.


It is a racket whose weight varies from 360 to 380 gr in carbon fiber.


At first glance, we notice that the handle is a little longer. The heart is a little bigger compared to classic rackets. The design is very attractive and obviously reminiscent of the carbon a base of the racket. Perfect finishes. RAS

Technical descriptions

HIDDEN HOLES  is the internal hole in the foam which is hidden by the carbon core covering the surface of the racket. This innovation facilitates the control of the ball and gives amplitude to the sweet spot making the Energy a racquet. padel with excellent playing sensations.


  • The new ones SMART HOLES for the racket padel adidas ENERGY: This is a distribution of holes arranged in concentric circles. This allows the HIDDEN HOLES in the center of this racket to padel without drilling have greater rigidity. Its main attraction is its progressive power which allows a good exit of the ball from the center, allowing even more tolerance in the face of a badly placed impact at the edge of the racket.
  • The racket padel adidas ENERGY is made of 100% carbon fiber in both surface and frame. The carbon frame obtains great rigidity giving this racket padel high power. The carbon core gives him great resistance and duration.
  • The balance HEAD HEAVY provides a broader sweet spot. It allows to obtain more power in the shots of attack.
  • PROTECTOR TAPE 3M is lhas better protection for ENERGY which equips your racket with appropriate protection against impacts in accordance with its quality. You will get good resistance from the frame as well as the protector.
Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.