Best of 2014: Paddle Design of the Year

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What was the coolest, most interesting, and most talked about in the ping pong world during 2014? We’ve got you covered with the Best of 2014 featuring everything you need to know from the year in table tennis. Results are based on interactions on facebook and twitter and debates at Table Tennis Nation headquarters. Brought to you by PaddleYou’s game improving customizable ping pong paddles.

Since we opened up the PaddleYou design tool to the public in 2013, we’ve seen thousands of ping pong paddle designs (you can check out many of them in PaddleYou’s gallery, the largest collection of custom ping pong paddles in the world) and while some of them are very mediocre, some of them are amazing. Get inspired then design your own at the bottom of this page or on PaddleYou (and don’t forget to add it to the gallery).

4. The Dragon Paddle (buy now)
Dragon Paddle

3. Ottawa Charity Ping Pong
A design contest for the charity event led to some really cool paddles that donors had a chance to win.

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2. Fact or Fiction paddles
When the Marty Reisman documentary “Fact or Fiction: The Life and Times of a Ping Pong Hustler” was released, the film producers sent PaddleYou paddles to critics all over the world by featuring a simplified version of the movie poster.
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1. J-Collabo Art Paddle Collection (available at J+B Design)
Available only in Brooklyn’s J+B Design, the J-Collabo collection features incredible design by Japanese artists.
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Design your own paddle now and maybe you can make the list for 2015! Congrats to all the best paddle designs of 2014 and a special congrats to all the artists that contributed to the J-Collabo Art Paddle Collection.

Stay tuned for more of the Best of 2014 and keep up with all the latest by liking us on facebook and following us on twitter. Don’t forget to design a paddle now!

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