As you progress in skill, you might decide that you want to customize the rubber on your racket. There are different types of rubber such as pimples-in and pimples-out that are best suited for specific playing styles.
If you're just starting out, we recommend checking out our beginner's guide which recommends equipment best suited for someone still learning the ropes of the game.
A unique rubber that blends an extremely tacky, Chinese-style topsheet with a softer, European-style sponge.
The Calibra Tour S becomes a deadly weapon that can hit amazing loops and smashes that are unreturnable.
Donic’s Barracuda rubber is made in the European style with a soft sponge and a less than tacky topsheet.
Speed: 13, Spin: 11.5, Density: 38, Color: Black.
Features' Butterfly's new technology "Spring Sponge".
Designed for offensive players, the Tenergy 64 is many high profile player's favorite rubber of choice.
Speed: 13.25, Spin: 11.25, Sponge Hardness: 32deg.
The Yasaka Mark V Table Tennis rubber is perfect for any player looking to increase their shot's control.
PowerfulNEO sponge and HURRICANE 3 rubber with special glutindsity could create stable and high-speed arc.