Siux presents two new products in its catalog of padel rackets: the new Siux Pro Carbon Blue and Siux Gold Power. They are two models for different types of players and, while the first is a versatile and balanced padel racket, the second is a power padel racket, for hitters.
New Siux padel rackets
For those looking to get the best performance in both attack and defense, take the new Siux Pro Carbon Blue. This model has a round shape and a medium balance, Besides having a very wide sweet spot, ideal for maximum comfort from minute one. On the other hand, those who want to be the last to hit the ball, the offensive players, will enjoy the most with the Siux Gold Power, which has a medium-high balance and an inverted drop shape.
In terms of materials, the Pro Carbon Blue features 3K carbon layouts and a 100% carbon tubular frame. On the other hand, the interior is composed of an EVA Soft rubber core, ideal for providing excellent cushioning. On the other hand, the Gold Power is a model composed of fiberglass in the layouts, while maintaining the carbon tubular frame and EVA Soft rubber in the core, as the previous one.
Regarding the finish, both are smooth padel rackets and differ in that the Pro Carbon Blue is matte, while the Gold Power is a glossy model.
The new Siux Jaguar 3K has arrived, a renewed version of the well-known Jaguar. It is designed for players with a high or advanced level and is a power padel racket, just like its predecessor.
Siux Jaguar 3K, unleash the wild beast
The new Siux Jaguar 3K has a medium-high balance, perfect to achieve maximum power without losing handling and control. Its layouts are made of 3K carbon, a hard and resistant material, which, when intertwined, provides a smooth and powerful layout, and offers excellent durability. On the other hand, the frame is a carbon tubular, which increases the resistance of the padel racket and avoids possible breakages.
This model, like its previous version, has been created with players who suffer from elbow injuries, epicondylitis, or tendonitis in mind. To eliminate vibrations, it has a Siux anti-vibrator device in the heart of the padel racket. It also incorporates a Tri-Tubular reinforced with Kevlar, a more resistant material that helps to reduce the vibrations caused by hitting.
The core is made of Black EVA rubber, which improves cushioning on every hit. Finally, it has been designed with a matte finish, which gives the padel racket a better grip on the ball, making it easier to hit spin shots.
Siux arrives with new releases this May focused on intermediate and advanced players. Siux Titania, Siux Silver Force, Siux Empire, and Siux Spectrum, are the names of the new padel rackets from the Spanish brand.
New Siux Padel Rackets
The new Siux padel rackets can be divided according to the target player they are aimed at. Both the Empire and the Titania are designed for mid-level players looking for a good padel racket to quickly improve their game. Both are polyvalent, with a medium balance and fibreglass layouts, perfect for a flexible padel racket. Both have a glossy and smooth finish to increase ball speed, and have an EVA Soft rubber core.
They stand out in shape, with the Titania being round and the Empire having a teardrop shape. They also have a different frame: while the Titania has a carbon tubular frame, the Empire has a fibreglass tubular frame with carbon reinforcements.
On the other hand, for players with an advanced or professional level, they present the Siux Silver Force and the Siux Spectrum. Both are power padel rackets, with a medium-high balance and a hybrid shape. Both have a carbon tubular in the frame to increase the resistance of the racket and have a matte finish and sandpaper, ideal for improving spin hits and better control.
These two models differ in the material of the layouts: the Silver Force incorporates fibreglass and the Spectrum, high quality 3K carbon. Besides, the core of the Silver Force is EVA Soft, while the Spectrum is Black EVA Soft.
After the release of the latest Siux Tsunami 5.0 3K and the Siux Tsunami 5.0 24K, the new Siux Tsunami 5.0 12K arrives on the market, an intermediate model between the two previous ones and the most balanced of the three.
Discover the Siux Tsunami 5.0 12K
The Tsunami 5.0 12K is very similar to its sisters but can boast more control than the Tsunami 5.0 24K and more power than the Tsunami 5.0 3K. Therefore, this new Siux is designed for those who enjoy a balanced game in all aspects of the game. It is also perfect for advanced or professional players.
Like the two 5.0 versions already on the market, the new 12K continues with a round shape, but this time the balance is medium-high, a middle point between the other two Tsunamis. It also has a 12K carbon in the layouts, intermediate, to offer a medium feel, with spectacular power and great control. Besides, its matte and smooth finish offers a dry and powerful touch. Thus, this padel racket is ideal for mastering all points.
Su núcleo, como el resto de la gama Tsunami 5.0, está fabricado con goma EVA Soft High Recovery de 5 Laminaciones, una goma de alta velocidad de recuperación, perfecta para ayudar a absorber las vibraciones que se producen en cada golpe. Por último, incorpora un tubular de carbono que aporta una gran resistencia y aumenta la durabilidad de la pala.
Its core, like the rest of the Tsunami 5.0 range, is made of 5-laminations EVA Soft High Recovery rubber, a high-speed recovery rubber, perfect for helping to absorb the vibrations that occur in each stroke. Finally, it incorporates a carbon tubular that provides great resistance and increases the durability of the padel racket.
After the release of the last Fenix 3K, Siux comes to announce the new Fenix 12K. Unlike the 3K, this new version of the Fenix by Javi Ruiz is a power padel racket, designed for more offensive players who like to make a good hit.
Discover the Siux Fenix 12K
The Siux Fenix 12K continues to maintain the internal aramid reinforcement in the neck. This anti-vibration helps reduce vibrations and eliminates pain that can arise in the shoulder, elbow or wrist. It maintains the inverted drop shape of the two previous Fenixes but changes its balance with respect to the 3K. In this new version it is once again medium-high, so it is aimed more at attacking players with a good punch.
Its layouts are made of 12K carbon, a wider fibre, which when intertwined provides a more flexible surface than the previous 1K and 3K. Thus, it provides greater speed in the ball exit. The frame is, as in its predecessors, a carbon bi-tubular, which increases its durability and resistance. Likewise, it also incorporates the same core, the Black EVA Soft High Recovery rubber with 5 laminations, which offers a spectacular recovery speed after hitting.
This Fenix 12K has the same finish as the 3K, as it is a matt and smooth model. Because of this, the new padel racket from Siux increases the power and offers a dry feel when hitting.
The renewal of one of the most loved by Siux users shovels is here. These are the new Siux Tsunami 5.0 3K and the Siux Tsunami 5.0 24K, and they are the reeditions of the well-known Tsunami Green and Tsunami Red, respectively.
Get to know thoroughly the Siux Tsunami 5.0
The Tsunami 5.0 3K is very similar to its previous version, the 4.0 Green, but the finish changes, which this time is smooth and matte, unlike its predecessor, which was rough and shiny. Otherwise, the new model continues with a round shape and a medium balance to provide a balanced game on the court. It also features 3K carbon in the layouts to increase power and resistance.
Besides, its core incorporates the EVA Soft High Recovery 5 Laminations, which offers a wonderful recovery speed after hitting and helps absorb the vibrations caused by the collision with the ball. Finally, it incorporates a carbon tubular that provides great resistance and increases the durability of the padel racket.
On the other hand, the Tsunami 5.0 24K is, like the 4.0 Red, a power padel racket, but it has some more differences compared to its predecessor than the Tsunami 5.0 3K. First of all, the material used for the faces is 24K carbon, which is more flexible than the previous one and allows for better control in the hit. Besides, it has a smooth and matte finish, so as not to lose the dry and powerful touch.
In terms of similarities, this new Tsunami has a round shape and a high balance, which makes it ideal for hitting every point with excellent power. Like its companion, it includes a 5-laminations EVA Soft High Recovery rubber core and a carbon tubular. Finally, it should be noted that both Siux padel rackets are designed for players with an advanced or professional level.
Siux updates the well-known racket of Javi Ruiz and presents the new Siux Fenix 3K, a versatile racket designed to offer a balanced game to the most demanding professional players. This model has the most important aspects of its predecessor and incorporates some new features to improve its performance.
Characteristics of the Fenix 3K
The Siux Fenix 3K is a racket that maintains the aramid reinforcement in the neck, an anti-vibration that reduces vibrations and thus eliminates the problems that can arise in the shoulder, elbow or wrist. It maintains the inverted drop shape of the Fenix of Javi Ruiz, but changes its balance, lowering it a little, so that, being medium, it provides greater ease to control the stroke.
It also continues with the carbon bitubular, as it increases its durability and resistance, and also has the Black EVA Soft High Recovery 5 laminations, a rubber with an excellent recovery speed. One of the differences with the original Siux Fenix lies in the material used in the planes. In this case, it is 3K carbon, a wider fiber than the 1K used in the previous one. Being so, it is more flexible and provides greater ball speed, without losing all the power that this racket has.
This Fenix 3K also has a different finish, since, instead of being shiny and with 3D effect, it is a matte and smooth model, so it increases the power and offers a dry touch when hitting.
Siux announces the release of two new padel rackets that join the family: the Siux Snake and Siux Furtive Pro 2. After the last launch, these two models arrive for two different types of players. We explain everything about them.
Siux Snake and Siux Furtive Pro 2
The Siux Snake is a power padel racket that stands out, above all, for the Jaqcuard carbon of its faces. It is one of the best carbon in the world, which is sewn hexagonally, and this provides greater hardness. Besides, it provides spectacular durability, a different feeling when hitting, and avoids many vibrations. Its balance is medium-high and the shape is an inverted drop, so it offers the necessary power in the attacking hits at the net.
The Siux Furtive Pro 2, meanwhile, is a control model made of fiberglass layouts, more flexible and perfect for increasing the speed in the ball exit. Its balance is medium, so it also responds very well in power shots, and the shape is round, expanding the sweet spot area of the padel racket.
Both models have the same core, an EVA Soft High Recovery rubber, which offers a spectacular recovery speed after hitting. The two padel rackets also have a carbon tubular frame to offer great resistance and durability. Finally, the finish of the two Siux is matt and sanded, ideal for spin hits in a controlled way.
The Siux novelties continue! After the launch of the Raven, we can announce the arrival of three new models of the brand: Siux Aquiles, Siux Kobra, and Siux Force. These three padel rackets coincide in the target player: offensive. They are three power padel rackets aimed at players who can have from an intermediate to advanced level.
Siux Aquiles, Kobra and Force
Thus, all three agree on the medium-high balance, as it is the optimal balance to promote a powerful hit, without losing all control. Likewise, the frame of all three is made of a resistant carbon tubular and their cores are made of EVa Black Soft High Recovery rubber, a fast recovery material that offers a great cushioning of the vibrations generated in each hit. Finally, all three also have a common finish: matt and smooth. Thus, the flatness is more consistent and helps to generate a more powerful hit and spectacular sound.
As for the differences, both the Siux Kobra and the Siux Aquiles incorporate 3K carbon in their layouts, a narrower fiber that offers a smoother and harder plane. Therefore, these two padel rackets are a little harder and offer greater power. Meanwhile, the Siux Force has 21K carbon in the faces, which is wider and therefore more flexible. In this way, this padel racket provides greater speed in the ball exit.
Here we are again with more news! Not only does 2021 begin with the launch of the Siux Raven, but soon three new padel rackets will join in, leaving you speechless. We’re talking about the new Siux Diablo Revolution. These three new models, Diablo Revolution, 3K, 12K and 24K are the next novelty and the beginning of the update of the most classic padel rackets of the brand with the new Revolution system.
New Revolution System
What does this new Revolution system consist of? It is the use of a flat tubular in the frame of the padel racket, which, added to its bridge (similar to that of the Trilogy), provides greater vibration absorption. The Diablo padel rackets are the first to undergo this change for the better and will be followed by the most emblematic padel rackets of the brand: Siux Pegasus, Siux Black Carbon, or Siux Spyder are some of them.
Besides, they will not only include the Revolution system, but, in line with the agreement signed with ShockOut, and which already have the Raven, the padel rackets of the Revolution range will also have this spectacular anti-vibration system in the lower area of the padel racket to eliminate vibrations, improve comfort in the game and prevent possible injuries.
Siux Diablo Revolution: in depth
This range has 3 new models that, while maintaining the essence of the Siux Diablo, multiply the power and control offered to the padel player. The main difference between the three, Siux Diablo Revolution 3K, Siux Diablo Revolution 12K and Siux Diablo Revolution 24K is, as the name suggests, the carbon with which they have been manufactured. While the 3K is harder, the 24K is the softest and the 12K is the intermediate.
Even so, all three have the inverted drop shape that characterizes this model. Besides, they have an ideal medium balance to provide a balanced game on the court. On the other hand, despite their differences in carbon, they all incorporate graphene, so they are resistant and provide a touch of hardness to the touch.