A pillar-based model. This is a low cost padel court designed for organisations seeking a high return on their investment (e.g. sports centres, padel clubs and council leisure centres), with a simple design without losing the essence of padel.
Frame-based; this is the flagship model. A court designed for clubs seeking excellence in their facilities. Self-supporting structure for easy installation and possible future change of location.
This model is a combination of the framework and pillar models, with a reinforcement pillar at the frame union as a main feature. This elegant padel court is also the most robust and resilient in our range. It is also self-supporting and can be moved if desired.
Using the Pro model as a starting point, this court is designed for clubs and spectators. A simple structure providing excellent views for spectators. A court with wide glass panes at its ends, with no pillars or tubing to block views of the action. Widely used as a centre court in clubs holding events or competitions.
This court is special and different from the other courts, and is conceived and designed from the point of view of the players and spectators. This open court has no blind spots, so the spectator misses nothing of the play. Normally comes with our patented lighting system. A court for the best games to be played.