Your Basket - 0 Items - £0.00 Checkout
Robin Soderling Prime Team Edition Padel Racket OUTLET Zoom Robin Soderling Prime Team Edition Padel Racket OUTLET

Ask a question

Was £180.00 40% off
Easy to use from Super Soft EVA
  • Designed for the improving player
  • Rough surface to increase spin potential
  • Lighytweight fibreglass material for a softer hitting feel
  • Full Description
£180.00 £108.00 40% off



Robin Soderling Prime Team Edition Padel Racket OUTLET
1 in stock
£180.00 £108.00 40% off

EU customers please note: if you are ordering for delivery outside the UK, we regret that we are only able to accept orders over 150 Euros at this time. Please check your local duties before ordering from overseas as we are not responsible for extra duties payable in the destination country due to Brexit changes.

This product is an PDHSports Outlet item

  • This is an ex-demonstration racket but is in ok condition with a few marks on the frame. Please see photos.

    We use our outlet store to sell end of line, ex-display and ex-demo products at significantly discounted prices. Some items may have been used for our YouTube videos and/or product testing. We will always try to describe the condition of the item as accurately as possible and this will be reflected in the price.

    Please note: These items are all non-returnable so please ensure that you are happy to receive the item as featured.

    The Robin Soderling Prime Team Edition is the racket for the player that has already played for some time and wants to take the next step in the padel career. The core consists of EVA Super Soft material and results in a very easily played racket together with the 3K carbon fibre surface. The frame is made out of carbon fibre and Japanese lightweight fibreglass that gives the racket a slightly softer and flexible character. The sandy surface creates a good grip around the ball and helps the player create a lot of spin.

  • Additional Information

    PDH Product Code:RPRS34356
    Unstrung weight:360-375 grams
    Brand:Robin Soderling


      Back to top