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The new Multiweight rackets - a look at Álex Ruiz's racket for 2024

The new Multiweight rackets - a look at Álex Ruiz's racket for 2024

- Categories : adidas Padel

Álex Ruiz continues to be one of the great references in the world of padel for yet another year. The adidas player has shown in 2023 that he is one of the leading players in our sport. That's why we wanted to help him stay at the top of the game by offering him a racket that goes one step further. The Adipower Multiweight CTRL 3.3 brings together the best technologies to bring out his best version in every point.

In parallel to the new racket of Álex Ruiz, the 2024 collection also brings another great model within the Adipower range, the Adipower Multiweight 3.3. Both rackets achieve excellence in all manners and have the ability to any playing style and to the conditions of each match. The differences between them focus on some fine details that make the Adipower Multiweight CTRL 3.3 a racket with unparalleled handling and capable of surgical precision in execution.

The truth is that these two models share much of their composition and technology. Let's start by going into the core of both rackets to analyse their common characteristics.

Multiweight excellence shines through

The two new Adipower Multiweight rackets feature one of the most revolutionary technologies in the world of padel. The Weight & Balance System, a technology also included in some Metalbone rackets, although in a different format, allows you to adjust and modify the weights and balance. This system gives the opportunity to adapt the racket according to the ebb and flow of every match, either for a more controlled approach or to gain in hitting power.

Both the Adipower Multiweight 3.3 and the Adipower Multiweight CTRL 3.3 complement this adaptive capability with a performance package of the highest level. To ensure maximum rigidity, both rackets feature three reinforcement technologies. The Dual Exoskeleton consists of double-height carbon fibre ribs integrated into the core and frame. The Power Embossed Ridge, centred in the frame, provides increased perimeter strength. Finally, the Structural Reinforcement consolidates the core of the racket with fibre reinforcements.

In terms of spin-creating ability, both rackets are well-served. The Spin Blade Decal technology has a rough layer on both sides, which provides much better friction with the ball. In addition, the Smart Holes Curve distributes the holes in the best possible way so that the impact with the ball in this type of shots is as efficient as possible.

Beyond the technologies, the Adipower Multiweight 3.3 and the Adipower Multiweight CTRL 3.3 share the same materials. The inside is made of High Memory EVA rubber, adidas' stiffest rubber, to offer the highest quality for powerful shots. And on the surface, the fibre used is Carbon 18k, a lightweight, high stiffness option with a great performance in all types of shots.

What is the difference between the Adipower Multiweight 3.3 and the Adipower Multiweight CTRL 3.3?

The only difference between the Adipower Multiweight 3.3 and the Adipower Multiweight CTRL 3.3, apart from the design, is in the shape of the head. The Adipower Multiweight 3.3 is an attacking racket, so it has a Diamond Oversize shape, a feature that places the sweet spot at the top and facilitates the execution of the most powerful shots.

In contrast, the Adipower Multiweight CTRL 3.3, a more control-oriented racket, has a rounded head. This aspect balances the racket and places the sweet spot in the centre, which facilitates precision in all types of shots.

It is important to remember that the Weight & Balance System technology incorporated in both rackets allows you to adjust their conditions to a more offensive or control style. In other words, both have the capacity to adapt to the needs of each player in every match.

Discover the rest of Adipower padel rackets and the entire collection of adidas 2024 padel rackets on the All For Padel website and stay tuned to this blog for more reviews and comparisons.

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