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AdTouch Racket

AdTouch Racket

1 total reviews

Regular price $159.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $159.00 USD
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$143.10 with code: firstorder

Our control-oriented frame for precision play. 

Designed for intermediate to advanced players. 
Excels at controlling the ball and providing greater hand feel.

Features
  • 97 inch² head with 16x19 open string pattern.
  • Perimeter weighting keeps the head stable on mishits.
  • Hollow-body carbon fiber construction with synthetic leather grip.
  • Medium flex (65 RA) and thin (22mm) beam combine for a mid-power, stable experience with added feel and control. 
This racket ships unstrung. Please refer to our string guide and recommendations.

Mains skip 7T,9T,7H,9H.
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    Head Size: 97 inch² | String pattern: 16x19 | Weight: 10.8 oz (306g) | Flex: 65 RA | Beam: 22mm | Balance: 315mm | Recommended Tension: 48-58 lbs | Grip Size: 3 (4 3/8in)

    Construction: Hollow body carbon fiber composite frame. Primarily constructed with T700 carbon fiber, along with glass fibers in key areas where added weight, flex, and vibration dampening are desired.

    FAQ:

    Q: What is the difference between a graphite frame and carbon fiber?

    A: There is no difference. Carbon fiber is a form of graphite. Some manufacturers prefer to continue marketing as graphite as it is the original term used within the industry. We believe carbon fiber more accurately describes the material.

    Head Size: 97 inch² | String pattern: 16x19 | Weight: 10.8 oz (306g) | Flex: 65 RA | Beam: 22mm | Balance: 315mm | Recommended Tension: 48-58 lbs | Grip Size: 3 (4 3/8in)

    Construction: Hollow body carbon fiber composite frame. Primarily constructed with T700 carbon fiber, along with glass fibers in key areas where added weight, flex, and vibration dampening are desired.

    FAQ:

    Q: What is the difference between a graphite frame and carbon fiber?

    A: There is no difference. Carbon fiber is a form of graphite. Some manufacturers prefer to continue marketing as graphite as it is the original term used within the industry. We believe carbon fiber more accurately describes the material.

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Preferred over my previous frame

I really like the feel and stability of this racket. I’ve tried the AllCourt too, but I’m not as much of a spin player. This one launches the ball a bit flatter and with a little less power. I still get good spin out of it (I play a 52# poly) and I can totally feel the ball pocketing in the strings. I upgraded from an old head prestige racket. I like that this feels more powerful and stable. I may snag another and keep a couple different string setups in the bag. 143 dollars is crazy cheap for this. Might get one for my son too.

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