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About Bison Paddles

We started playing pickleball a few years ago and were instantly hooked. When looking to buy a paddle we had trouble finding one with a design that we liked. We eventually settled for some cheaper graphite paddles that we found online because being college students we didn't have $150 to spend on a pickleball paddle. The paddles we bought ended up falling apart in just a few months of normal use. All we wanted was a high-quality paddle that was good-looking, durable, and reasonably priced but this seemed to be too much to ask. It was after this realization that we decided to start our own pickleball paddle company.

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The Perfect Paddle 

Bison paddles are the solution for those looking for a high-quality, durable, stylish paddle that wont cost an arm and a leg. 

Bison paddles look better, feel better, and last longer than paddles that cost three times as much,

So, why did we choose the bison? 

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The Mighty Bison

Speed

Did you know Bison can charge at a speed of 35 mph? Bison are also extremely agile for their size! Our paddles are designed to provide strong shots on the court but are also fast and easy to handle. 

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Strength

Adult Bison can weigh up to 2,000 lbs. In addition to their size, they also have menacing horns that discourage predators from messing with them. Bison Paddles come with a unique and rugged design, that is sure to incite fear in any worthy opponent. The quality graphite face and nice handle allow for power and control in every shot. You'll be saying "Bison Smash!" in no time. 

Bison...what?

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BISON SMASH!

One common experience for players who use Bison Paddles is the "Bison Smash!" In order for a Bison Smash to be properly executed, several criteria needs to be fulfilled: 

1. The pickleball must be above the shoulder in height

2. The player must hit the pickleball on the "sweet spot" of the paddle

3. The paddle being used must be a Bison Paddle

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