Padel Magazine - Lord's new rackets Padel caused a sensation and allows us to access rackets that are certainly more playable than the Crysan.

The bandido is a semi-round racket and can have a fairly balanced racket. Nevertheless, it has enough weight to hurt opponents. Some players on Padel Magazine could testify. It is handy and is therefore for all types of players. No need to have a level required to use this racket. If you do not know exactly what to take and you have not yet defined your position on the field, this racket will offer you a nice performance.

Here we have a full carbon racket with the fiberglass pvc frame. Particularly pleasant racket for intermediate and advanced.

The advantage is that it does not hurt the arm. Supple and light, This racket could be for both men and women.

This is our favorite racket. To try it is to adopt it. The ball comes out quickly with precision thanks to a relatively balanced balance.

If we had to compare, we might think that the Bandido is a less technical racket and softer than the Crysan Pro.

Below pros players who use a Lord Padel:

Franck Binisti - Padel Magazine
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.