Sustainability in Pickleball Paddles

Pickleball paddle technology has come a long way in the past few years. Gone are the days of the wooden paddle. Today, most people play with multi-layered paddles that have plastic cores and synthetic surfaces. These technological advancements have done wonders for the game, but our planet? Not so much… 

The most common pickleball paddle face materials, carbon fiber and fiberglass, are polluting our planet. They take an intense amount of energy to produce generating tons of greenhouse gases in the process. They also don't biodegrade and cannot be easily recycled. That’s why we created our plant-based BioFLX™ face. Check out how our sustainability stats compare with the competition!


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Energy Use
  • Production of our BioFLX™ face generates 83-98.8% less CO2 than competitors using fiberglass and carbon fiber
    • Energy-intensive production generates high CO2 emissions, causing smog and ocean pollution

    Face Material

    • Plant-based fibers from renewable resources
    • Fiberglass made from polluting minerals and chemicals
    • Carbon fiber also known as graphite made from petroleum
    • 60% sustainable by weight
      • 20% biodegradable
      • 40% recyclable 
    • Reusable molds allow Zero Waste TerraGrit™ Surface
    • Packaged with renewable, recycled material
    • 0-25% sustainable by weight
    • Manufacturing waste of up to 30% by weight
    • Single-use plastic sheet molds for paddle texture add hundreds of tons of plastic to landfills every year
    Manufacturing + Source Location
    • Designed, manufactured, and assembled in Michigan. 

    •  95% of materials sourced from the USA

    • Designed in the USA, manufacturing and assembly locations vary

    • Not transparent about material sourcing 

    Social Mission
    • Partnered with One Tree Planted so we plant a tree for every paddle sold.
    • We donate to charities like Outdoor Afro
    • Social help is seldom a core part of mission