Varlion raises the stakes in the 2023 collection
Pure technology to surprise again:
Varlion raises the stakes in its 2023 collection.
Brands enter the market to unveil their latest innovations and attract the attention of padel players, their most loyal customers, and so they research year after year to get bigger and better advances and offer the most cutting-edge technology.
Varlion is one of the leading firms on the market and has once again redoubled its efforts to remain at the forefront of materials, design and performance, for which it has introduced 25 padel racquets in its 2023 collection, divided into 7 ranges to suit all types of players and levels, another turn of the screw in its lab.
But what are the main new products? We’ve been told by the brand that the head element will be an improvement on the Airflow technology that was already featured in last year’s Radius blades, but has now been incorporated into the six Premium Range models of the 2023 collection and will serve to give a smoother airflow and thus achieve unrivalled aerodynamics.
On the other hand, we also find the existence of two different models for summer or winter use, with different rubber densities and behaviours, and that, in the case of the Summer model, introduces a red rubber to identify it.
Varlion also introduces an aerodynamic drill, which is available in five ranges (Pro, Black, Advanced, ITSV and ONE) and consists of a drill system that avoids holes in the centre of the racquet to reduce turbulence and improve racquet drag, which also results in an increased playing spot.
And all this together with the new collection of its player Miguel Janguas, which we already told you about a few days ago and which completes the series of launches planned for next season. High-tech padel racquets, elegant racquets using the latest materials and a desire to continue to be the reference brand in this sector.
We encourage you to discover them for yourself and see which one best suits your playing characteristics.
We offer the opportunity to test the racquets in a padel training session.