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AllCourt Racket

AllCourt Racket

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Regular price $158.00 USD
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For players who want maximum spin, controllable power, and stability. 

Designed for intermediate-advanced skill levels. Suitable for beginners taking the next step in their game.

Features
  • Carbon-Flex Construction: Carbon fiber, hollow body frame with small additions of fiberglass to absorb unwanted vibration and add weight and flex in key areas.
  • Power + Feel: Stiff flex (68 RA) and midsize beam (25mm) combine for a powerful, yet feedback oriented frame. You don't lose all the feel like some spin rackets.
  • Spin + Forgiveness: Open strings (16x19) and standard (100 in.²) face create heavy spin and a high, but not so dramatic launch angle.

This racket ships unstrung. Please refer to our string guide and recommendations.

 Mains skip 7T,9T,7H,9H.

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      Balanced comfort. The mix of power, spin, and feel provides balanced performance from all around the court.

      Confidence in forgiveness. The 100 inch² frame and open string pattern help make mishits not so detrimental to a rally.

      Controlled power. Mid-size thickness gives you enough power to plow through balls. Dial your strings up to trade your power for control. 

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    Frequently asked questions

    How should I string my racket?

    Stringing is not something you can do yourself without proper equipment. You can take your rackets to your local tennis shop or sporting goods store.

    If you don’t know what you like yet, ask for a synthetic string at 52 lbs.

    Our favorite setup:
    Mains: 17g Poly @ 56 lbs.
    Crosses:
    16g Synthetic @ 56lbs.

    You can read our complete guide to strings here.

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

    There is no difference. Some brands prefer to use graphite in their terminology because it was the original term used once the game shifted materials. As the materials have evolved even further, we believe carbon fiber more accurately describes it.

    Do your frames compare to other models?

    Our frames are unique, but do play similar to some other rackets on the market.

    The performance of our AllCourt racket performs similar to a Babolat Pure Aero, but with added feel. The AdTouch model performs similar to a Pro Staff light, with slightly more flex.

    What makes your rackets different?

    We use the same primary materials and manufacturing processes as legacy brands. Our frames are built for competitive play and compete toe to toe with top models.

    Our approach differs in that we keep things simple. We do what works to bring equipment up to top-tier performance, but we put a greater emphasis on accessibility.

    We make our lineups easy to understand, price them as affordable as possible, and don't leave you looking like a walking advertisement.

    For more information on our brand, please visit our resources tab.

    How are prices kept low?

    We avoid including unnecessary, unproven, or experimental features that drive up manufacturing costs. This is our "simplified" approach. But that doesn't mean we sell inferior equipment. It just means that if you can't feel it, we don't think you should pay for it. Instead we focus on proven construction methods.

    We also save you money by limiting marketing campaigns, player sponsorships, and ambassador programs, and we keep our margins as fair as possible.

    Customer Reviews

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    Peter M.
    Bigger sweet spot

    This raquet is lighter than my current ones but has more power despite slightly tighter strings. The biggest thing I noticed is that the sweet spot is bigger so off-center hits are more likely to go in. Overall I'm very happy with the switch and always use it as my primary raquet.

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    Mike A.
    Carve out extra room in your wallet for your cash savings

    Step 1 buy a Carve racket, play great tennis.
    Step 2 take your significant other out on a date using all your savings and brag about your tennis game.

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    Corbin W.
    Great Racquet at a great price

    Anyone who enjoys powerful spin friendly racquets will enjoy the all court. Good spec for intermediate players and easily customizable for more advanced players .

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    Anonymous
    Feel, grip and snap

    Carve paddles have clean gritty faces with great snap. It is a definite step up from my Paddletek Phoenix Pro. Considerably lighter as well. The feel off the battle surface is superlative.