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11SIX24 Pickleball

Monarch All Court

Monarch All Court

Regular price $139.99 USD
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 Unleash your potential on the pickleball court with the all new 11SIX24 Monarch All Court. Designed for ultimate control, this widebody paddle doesn’t compromise on power, delivering more pop than most widebody paddles on the market!

Key Features:

  • Advanced Surface Technology: Experience the unmatched performance of the 11SIX24 CFC Surface, a triple-layered construction combining two layers of raw Toray T700 Carbon Fiber with a layer of fiberglass. This innovative surface provides exceptional durability and a highly responsive playing experience, allowing you to dominate with ease.

  • Enhanced Sweet Spot: The Monarch All Court features foam-injected walls and tapered edges, expanding the sweet spot for superior control and precision. Every shot becomes more consistent and powerful, giving you a competitive edge.

  • Unibody Construction: The thermoformed edges seamlessly merge with the paddle's surface, creating a unibody design that enhances durability and adds more power to your game.

  • Optimal Balance and Weight: Weighing in at 8.0-8.3 ounces, the Monarch All Court perfectly balances power and maneuverability. With a swing weight of 109-111, this paddle offers agility at the net and room for customization.

  • Dimensions for Superior Play: Measuring 15.82 inches in length and 8.04 inches in width, the Monarch All Court commands the court. The grip circumference of 4.125 inches and a 5.75-inch grip length is perfect for two-handed backhands, yet versatile for one-handed players as well.

  • Neoprene Paddle Cover: Each purchase includes a free neoprene paddle cover, ensuring your Monarch All Court is always protected and ready for action.

Specifications:

  • USA Pickleball Approved
  • Surface: 11SIX24 CFC Surface - 3 Layers. 2 raw toray T700 Carbon Fiber and 1 fiberglass
  • Foam Injected Walls for an increased sweet spot and added control 
  • Thermoformed edges (Unibody Construction)
  • Average Weight - 8.0-8.3oz
  • Total Length - 15.82 Inches
  • Width - 8.04 Inches
  • Grip Circumference - 4.125 Inches
  • Grip Length - 5.75 Inches.
  • Core Thickness - 16mm
  • Swing weight - 109-111
  • Twist weight - 7.2
  • Unique serial number
  • Free paddle cover
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Customer Reviews

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Willy N
My new paddle!

Looking for something to replace the now banned Perseus 3. I purchased several paddles to fill my new void. I sent the rest back and kept this one. It’s both a good looking paddle and all around feels great. Feels light in the hands but also has power when needed. I got a good price after using code “[REDACTED]” at checkout for a discount. Try it out!

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Chris
Great All Arounder

I've had the Monarch All Court about a week and I've really been enjoying it. I've traditionally preferred elongated and hybrid paddles because their high sweet spots and the torque it allows. The MAC has been an easy switch as the paddle shape makes the sweet spot high, where most standard paddles have theirs closer to the handle and can be kind of dead toward the top. Because the sweet spot is so high it offers plenty of reach while still offering the benefits of a wider face. It feels quick in the hands and offers great control. I've heard it's supposed to be poppy compared to other standard models but coming from the TKO-CX I haven't noticed. I'm still able to generate the pop and power I need however. Plan on maining it for quite some time.

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Robert Tate
Monarch the one to beat

I've now played about six hours with the Monarch. I'm very impressed with it's power and spin. The ease that you can maneuver the paddle while engaged in hand battles is impressive.
The pop is great when doing speed ups and hand battles.
I've played with the m2f 14mm and the Apollo. Until I played with the Monarch the m2f was my favorite wide body.
I took out my J2K today for the first few games and couldn't believe that I wanted to go back to the Monarch cfc all court.
So if you're looking for a great all court paddle leaning towards power you can't go wrong with the Monarch cfc all court.
Very satisfied customer!

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Daniel Custodio
Monarch Supremacy

I've played with all three of the Monarch paddles and fully enjoy the widebody style. It is my first time using this shape and probably will put down the hybrids and elongated for a while. There is just something so nice about the high twist weight and low swing weight that makes these paddles so easy to use.

The sweetspot is in just the right place where blocks resets and counters feel unmissable!

Now to talk about each paddle:

Monarch All Court:
SUPER FUN paddle to use! It has a nice texture on the face which allows for great spin in the kitchen dinking and even for hard dipping drives! Power is there as well and it is definitely more controllable than other paddles I've used to date!

Monarch Control:
This paddle is the same as the All Court but just dailed down a couple notches. It's a great paddle if you like the feel of Kevlar faces or if yiu just want that nice blue aesthetic. A little more muted in feel than the All Court and needs a bit more effort when trying to put balls away. That being said it's a bit more forgiving so more room for errors.

Jellybean:
I have nothing but great things to say about this paddle because personally I love it! It is the softest of the 3 in all aspects but that gives me the room to play with spin a lot more. This has been such an enjoyable paddle at the kitchen when being aggressive with dinks, hitting topspin drops and dialing in my backhand slice serve returns. I'm going to be using this paddle a lot during rec play and then switching over to the all court for tournaments.

Overall I love how fast my hands are at the kitchen even with a bigger paddle and the control these Monarchs provide. It will definitely be a consistent paddle for me during my ball control learning phase I'm in! Great job on these paddles!

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A.A.
Power and Control!!

Tried the Apollo, and the Mach 2 forza 16mm before that. Widebodies are the truth!! But with the Monarch all court I get even more power than the Apollo with a more satisfying impact feel of the forza, and most importantly a longer handle for my two hand back hand. My paddle also came in feeling super gritty which is always a plus. Feels great on drives and I have no complaint about the soft game with it. An easy recommendation!!