The Graphite Evoke Pickleball Paddle is a highly attractive paddle produced by Onix Sports. This paddle features a noise-muffling polymer honeycomb core and a highly-responsive graphite face. The edge guard only overlaps 1/8” of the paddle’s face, which is designed to reduce the number of sprayed balls due to the ball rebounding off that small rim. The design on this paddle is similar to those found on the other paddles in the Evoke family:
Composite Evoke (Teardrop) and Evoke XL Composite. The word “Evoke” is screen printed on top of the whirling Onix logo and a striped border. The text “Graphite” is added directly above the name of the paddle to help distinguish it from the others.
The Evoke Graphite paddle is a lightweight paddle, weighing only 6.8 to 7.2 ounces. This provides players with ultimate control and maneuverability at the net. The face measures 8-1/8” wide at its widest point, and then tapers in slightly toward the handle. From top to bottom, this paddle measures 15-3/4” long with a 5-1/2” long handle. This paddle has a large grip circumference and is wrapped with an extremely comfortable cushion grip.
The Graphite Evoke paddle is a great paddle choice for those who want a light paddle with a large face.
Available in the following colors: blue, green, purple, red and white.
Here is a transcript of the video:
So, can you introduce yourself?
I’m Sara. I am from the Philippines and I don’t play pickleball there. I am a badminton player. Since I’ve moved here, there is no badminton, so I switched to pickleball and I really like it. I’ve only been playing for about a year now. Yeah, and it’s awesome. I like the Evoke. It’s graphite. Because it has the control. I’m a hard player, I hit a lot of hard balls, so if I use the Legacy it’s too much rubbing up, but this one I can control, so I love it.
Congratulations on your win today.
I’m very happy. It’s my first time to play here and I got the bronze, so I am happy. Thank you, thanks to my partner.
That’s in the Women’s Doubles 19 and older at the Nationals of 2014.
Yes, yes it’s first time.