Gopher G3500™ Titanium/Aluminum Badminton Racquets

Starting at $17.95

Upgraded materials for superior strength and performance.

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The best-playing racquet we offer, Gopher G3500™ Badminton Racquets derive their premium design from a titanium and aluminum construction, which serves to be extremely lightweight and durable. Competitive players will love the easy handling and opportunity for powerful hits these racquets afford. An isometric head also provides a larger sweet spot for more accuracy when serving and volleying, to keep gameplay fast-paced and exciting.


  • 26”L Frame
  • Titanium and Aluminum Construction
  • Braided-Nylon or Coated-Steel String Options
  • 3.6 or 4.0 oz

Incredible Durability

More lightweight than tempered-steel, with durability that’s unsurpassed, the aluminum shaft and titanium head construction of these racquets makes them ideal for extreme wear and tear. Perfect for competitive play and institutional use alike, players will see a sustainably high level of play, hit after hit, for years to come. Floor impacts and other abuses are easily withstood by a sound construction, and the option for braided-nylon or coated-steel strings ensures quality performance with every serve, volley, or save.

Precise and Powerful Play

Every swing of these 26”L racquets has the potential to be a big hit thanks to the lightness of their construction. Coupled with a full isometric head, crushing spikes and lofty serves will ricochet accurately through the air as they contact the sizeable sweet spot and forgiving braided-nylon or coated-steel string options. A leather grip allows for precise handling, even on the run, to make sure every volley counts. A double threat of precision and power make these racquets ideal for higher levels of competitive play.

Gopher G3500™ Titanium/Aluminum Badminton Racquet Options

Gopher G3500™ Titanium/Aluminum Badminton Racquets are available in two string options.

  • Braided-Nylon Strings, 3.6 oz
  • Coated-Steel Strings, 4.0 oz
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