Head Graphene 360 Extreme S
Head updates the Extreme S with some extra stability, power and spin. At 280 grams, this racket accelerates with remarkable speed. As such, it is perfect for novice players who wants to start hitting with more pace and spin. This racket should also work for the intermediate player who places a premium on maneuverability. The Extreme S benefits from Graphene 360, which is a material technology that strengthens the racquet at 3, 9 and 12 o'clock.
||100 in� / 645 cm�
||27in / 68,5cm
||33,48cm / 3 pts HL
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