Dominator Pickleball Paddle Set


Dominator Pickleball Paddle Set


  • Includes carrying case with handles, 2 paddles, and 4 balls

  • Paddles have a graphite surface and polymer polypropylene honeycomb core

  • Perfect for 1 vs 1 matches

  • Paddles and pickleballs meet USAPA standards

Pickleball Paddles:

  • Surface made of strong, high-quality graphite
  • Core has polymer polypropylene honeycomb combination
  • We tested paddles and rackets of different surface materials and cores to see which one we liked most, and this combination was unanimously our favorite.
  • Meets USAPA Standards


  • Made of high-quality smooth plastic with 40 precisely machine drilled holes
  • Made from hard durable plastic material with exceptional seam welding technology
  • Meets USAPA Standards

Carrying Case:

  • Case has handles which makes it easy to “grab and go”
  • Has a molded out spot in the case allowing everything to fit perfectly
  • Provides Protection for the paddles and pickleballs


  • Made of 6061 T6 Aluminum (Same Material used in Automotive, Aircraft, and Watercraft Industries)
  • Aluminum Prevents Rust and Enhances Strength
  • All Hardware is Stainless Steel


  • 7 Easy Cranks to get from 7 to 10 Feet
  • Hoop Adjusts Straight Up and Down Unlike any other Basketball Goal
  • Distance from Rim to Free Throw Line Never Changes – No Matter the Height of the System
  • Aluminum Build Makes it Effortless to Adjust


  • Aluminum Flexes Under Impact which Enhances Performance
  • Brings a “True Arena” Basketball Experience to your Home
  • Replicates an Indoor Basketball System


  • Only has 4 Pieces (Main Post, Overhang Arm, Backboard, and Rim) Making for a Simple and Quick Assembly of the Goal
  • Entire System only Weighs 400 lbs. – Most Basketball Goals weigh 750+ lbs.
  • Easy to Follow Step by Step Installation Guide Makes for a Smooth Installation Process

Dominator faq

If you’re creating a dedicated court, we recommend pouring concrete that is at least 45′ x 30′. This will fit a full three point line and still leave room to shoot around it. For full court dimensions, click here.

The Dominator Basketball Hoop is built to last. We are so confident in our product that we recently upgraded from a 10 year warranty to a lifetime warranty. The aluminum won’t corrode, and neither will the stainless steel hardware.

At Dominator, quality is our number one concern. Every detail of our basketball hoop is meticulously engineered to give the highest quality. The welds, the materials, and the engineering have all been hand picked to ensure that this is the highest quality hoop on the market.

The Dominator Basketball Hoop and its competitors both have rims, backboards and are made for playing basketball. That’s where the similarities end – we have completely reinvented the outdoor basketball hoop. We use aluminum instead of steel, telescoping height adjustments instead of parallel linkage systems and a single extension arm instead of four tentacles. For a more thorough review of what makes us different, click here.

The crank handle extends just 8″ from the base pole. We recommend an additional 4-8″ for comfortable height adjustments, for a total of 12-16″ behind the hoop. Competitor systems use a parallel linkage system for height adjustments, meaning they have metal arms extending behind the hoop that extend even further as the hoop is lowered. This requires much more room than the sleek telescoping height adjustment the Dominator uses.

No, both are equally likely to break, they just break differently. Glass shatters while acrylic cracks, but either way the backboard becomes useless once it has broken.

No, this hoop will never rust. Aluminum has no iron in it, meaning it cannot bond with oxygen to form rust. The stainless steel hardware is also rust-free.

Generally it takes two adults 45 minutes to an hour to assemble. This will vary depending on the level of expertise of the adults.

Yes, but it leaves you with two options. The easiest option is to install the hoop directly adjacent to the already poured concrete. The second option is to use a jackhammer to break through the already poured concrete, which is doable but discouraged.

Our hoop lowers to 7′. Any lower than that is a violation of the ASTM standard. Having the hoop go any lower is a safety hazard for young children. 7′ is low enough for young children to shoot on the hoop and have fun, but lowering to 5′ increases the safety hazard.

Dominator does not do installations. However, we work with authorized dealers and installers across the country. We recommend you check out our installer directory for installers near you.