Wilson adds another chapter to the�Ultra 100.�Like the previous generation, this racket packs a 318 gram strung weight and a powerful beam construction.�It's also very maneuverable, giving it an appeal that extends from recreational players and weekend warriors all the way to intermediate league players.
Babolat Pro Hurricane Tour 1.30 STRUNG
Pro Hurricane Tour is big on control and spin. It's also quite firm, so we think it works best for intermediate to advanced baseliners with long, fast strokes. String breakers take note: this one offers excellent durability. The octagonal profile gives Pro Hurricane Tour great bite, while the coating allows the strings to snap back with greater force. The result is a heavy ball loaded with spin, especially for players who swing big. <b>Our topspin hitters noted that they could reach maximum swing speed because the spin brought the ball down so effectively. This is a great option for power baseliners who want the ultimate in spin, control, and durability.
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Sporting some impressive changes for 2018, the Head Speed MP gets updated with a little extra spin and power. In addition to a slightly thicker beam, Head has also widened the spacing between the cross strings. The upshot, according to our playtesters, is a noticeable boost in spin potential along with a little extra pop. With the addition of Graphene 360, Head takes their Graphene system to the next level by reinforcing not just the shaft but multiple points along the frame's head.
The ProKennex Destiny FCS STC 26 junior tennis racket is made for a more advanced junior player wanting to take the game to the next level. With a head size of 100in2 (645cm2) and a head heavy balance, it packs a seriously powerful punch and weighs 250g (8.8oz) to ensure smooth handling and help to generate stroke speed required for effective pace and spin. An open 16x19 string pattern further enhances spin and power potential, whereas the use of Flex Control System (FCS) technology results in torsional resistance, added stability and proper flex, power and control.
Updated with a sleek racecar cosmetic, the Ki Q+5 Pro �offers impressive precision and pop on full swings.�With its thin 21.5mm beam, the Q+5 Pro has great feel, and it will give experienced players the needed precision�to attack the ball with their most powerful strokes. Compared to the Q+5, this racquet feels slightly more stable against�pace, but it still manages to accelerate through contact with impressive speed.�
A comfortable and stable option for recreational players, the Gel Challenger 12 not only looks great but performs well too! Updated to offer more stability, the upper holds your feet in so you can move with confidence as the Flexion Fit helps assist in added support making the shoe feel quick. The seamless fit and signature Gel Cushioning remains intact allowing players to move in comfortable, speedy style. The durable rubber outsole has been built to last on any court surface and there is added protection in high wear areas. An excellent option for avid players looking for all-around performance.
With this update to the Blade 98 (18x20), Wilson adds another chapter to one of the game's classic player's racquets. Like the previous generation, this racquet combines an elegant and minimalist cosmetic with the same velvety paint finish that was originally launched with Federer's Pro Staff RF97 Autograph. Although Wilson has given this racquet a slightly more head light balance than its predecessor, it packs a higher swingweight, giving it a tad more plow-through. In addition to its buttery 62RA flex, the Blade 98 (18x20) has FeelFlex technology, which uses Wilson's proprietary Carbon Mapping to add torsional stability while also helping the racquet bend in ways that compliment the modern swing path (think more spin and power).
The Lotto Mirage 300 SPD is the perfect performance shoe for recreational players looking for stability, flexibility and durability. Based of the popular Raptor line, this shoe is sure to please dedicated fans. The KPU cage upper makes the shoe stable without adding weight, and adds abrasion resistance and durability where players need it most. Underfoot, the Enerturn technology provides responsive comfort and rebound, keeping your movement comfortable and fast.
The men's special edition GEL-RESOLUTION 7 L.E. tennis shoe by ASICS boasts a range of technical features for powerful performance. The lightweight SOLYTE midsole provides bounce-back and durability, while the tennis-specific AHAR outsole gives players the flexibility to make quick, lateral movements with ease. Added cushioning comes from SpEVA 45 technology in the midsole and GEL technology in the rear and forefoot. The I.G.S(Impact Guidance System) technology and TRUSSTIC SYSTEM support give extra stability and guide the foot in its natural gait during propulsion, helping players put in an outstanding performance every time they hit the court.
With Clash 100L, Wilson puts their revolutionary technology into a light and speedy weapon. At 10.3 ounces strung and boasting a low swingweight, the Clash 100L is ideal for the early intermediate player who wants an easy swinging racquet that delivers pinpoint control on full swings. It should also work for the dedicated beginner who wants a comfortable and precise racquet that will reward continued improvement. What separates the Clash 100L from its competitors is one of the lowest and most arm-friendly flex points in the market.
The Core Series 6 Pack Combi Bag is a nice lightweight racquet bag for players looking to bring some extra gear to the courts. Two large main compartments have been designed to hold 6 racquets while there is a small zippered accessory pocket on the front to keep smaller items easily within reach. Carry the bag with the two padded and adjustable shoulder straps either as a backpack or slung over your shoulder.
With roots that extend back 40 years to the original Black Ace 93, this racket features the legendary engineering of one of the game's most experienced racket manufacturers.� At roughly 318 grams strung, the Ki Black Ace (300g) is designed for intermediate and advanced players. The feel is exceptional thanks in part to its 21mm straight beam and flexible RA stiffness. Although the lighter than a traditional player's racket, the Ki Black Ace (300g) has decent stability for the weight. This is partly due to its�Kinetic Technology, a time-tested system that uses dynamic mass to help the racket plow through the ball more effectively.
With roots that extend back 40 years to the original Black Ace 93, this racket features the legendary engineering of one of the game's most experienced racket manufacturers.� At roughly 300 grams strung, the Ki Black Ace (285g) is ideal for the intermediate player who wants an arm-friendly racket with outstanding control. The feel is exceptional thanks in part to its 21mm straight beam and flexible RA stiffness. Although this is the lightest model in the series, the Ki Black Ace (285g) has impressive stability for its weight.
The ProKennex Ki 5 (280g) offers controllable power and easy spin to strong beginners, competitive juniors and intermediate players. At 280 grams this racket will give less experienced players the ability to swing faster when going for pace and spin. The relatively compact 645cm² head delivers a precise and predictable response, and the Kinetic Technology does a great job reducing harsh impact vibrations.
The Drive Lite from Babolat is an ideal racket for tennis players looking for a lightweight racket with a large face. It is comfortable and powerful at the same time. Due to the lightweight nature of this racket, manoeuvrability on the court is easier than ever.
Introducing the Blade 100L! As the lightest model in the Blade family, this racquet provides rising intermediates with a great entry point into the Blade franchise. In addition to giving you the traditional virtues of control and feel, this 10.6 ounce racquet packs some modern speed and spin. Compared to the Blade 98 16x19, the 100L is not only faster, it also has a thicker, stiffer and livelier beam. The upshot is easier access to pace along with a crisper, more solid feeling stringbed. As with the other members of the Blade family, this stick benefits from FeelFlex technology which uses Wilson's proprietary Carbon Mapping to add torsional stability while also helping the racquet bend in ways that compliment the explosive mechanics of the modern game.
Dunlop Stage 1 Green Training Balls are ITF Approved for Stage 1 tennis. These tennis balls are designed to move approximately 25% slower than a standard tennis ball, making it an ideal choice for introducing play on a full tennis court. One case has 72 balls.