Wood types and their playing characteristics

Wood Types & Playing Characteristics

The perfect blade for every type of game

Our wood types and their playing characteristics

Which blade is the best for me?

Choosing the right type of wood is almost the most important decision when configuring the perfect table tennis blade.
The playing characteristics must fit perfectly to your own style, so we offer 10 different types of wood in 4 blade sizes each – so you can customize your table tennis blade to your individual needs.

The playing characteristics of our diffenrent wood type in comparison of speed and control level

The blades by comparison

EACH BLADE HAS ITS OWN UNIQUE PLAYING CHARACTERISTICS. FROM FAST AND HARD TO SOFT AND CONTROLLED.

We have pre-sorted the different types of blades according to game types for you. You will find detailed information on the different types  by clicking on the desired blade.

Offensive blades

Z-Carbon Speed

Cross section and veneer structure of Z-Carbon Speed the extremely fast and hard table tennis blade with Z-Carbon fiber

Speed Offensive

Veneer structure and cross section through the carbon blade Speed Offensive by Soulspin

Spin Offensive

Structure of the Spin Offensive fast table tennis blade with soft ball feeling

Z-Carbon

Cross section through Soulspins table tennis blade with Z-Carbon fiber Z-Carbon

Basalt

Cross section through our table tennis blade with Basalt fiber

Allround blades

Control

Playing characteristics and structure of the easy-to-control blade Control

Medium Speed

Playing characteristics of the medium fast allround blade Medium Speed by Soulspin

Various Offensive

Playing characteristics of the all-round blade Various Offensive by Soulspin

Ultralight

Cross-section through the Ultralight a very light table tennis blade by Soulspin

Defensive blades

Defensive Control

Playing characteristics of the defensive blade Defensive Control made in Germany by Soulspin


Order a test blade

If you are not sure which blade is right for you, we will be happy to advise you by telephone. In addition, we offer a range of test blades in our shop, which you can test at home to get an impression.