Forehand Paddles How to Measure Chart

How To Measure

Note that these are just general guidelines, and the right paddle size for you may also depend on your personal preference and playing style. It is always a good idea to try out different paddle sizes and grips to find the one that feels most comfortable and suits your needs.

Estimate Your Pickleball Paddle Grip Size Below

Determine Your Grip Size

Measure Your Hand:

- To estimate if our paddle grip will fit your hand, measure the circumference of your hand around the widest part of your palm, excluding your thumb. Use a tape measure to take this measurement in inches.

Compare Hand Size To Grip Size:

- Our one-size pickleball paddle grip has a circumference of about 4.45 inches. Compare your hand circumference measurement to this size to estimate whether the grip will be a good fit.

- If your hand circumference is close to 4.45 inches, the grip may be a good fit. However, individual preferences can vary, so it's always a good idea to test the paddle out before purchasing.

Adjusting The Grip:

- If the grip feels too loose or too tight, you can adjust it to create a better fit.

- If the grip feels too loose, you can try adding an overgrip or wrapping the handle with grip tape to create a tighter fit.

- If the grip feels too tight, you can try removing the overgrip or grip tape to create a looser fit.

Forehand Paddles Player Height and Grip Size Chart


Here is a simple Player height diagram that you can use to check for the estimated Pickleball paddle grip size.

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