Is the Pro Staff a good racquet?

Is the Pro Staff a good racquet?

Overall, this Pro Staff 97 was comfortable, firm and stable enough to put the ball away.” Jaye continued, “This racquet is plush, solid and comfortable. The frame’s flex gave me the confidence to stick my volleys, and I felt like I should move my game up to the net instead of grinding on the baseline.”

What is the Wilson Pro Staff made of?

The core of the Pro Staff is a braid of Kevlar® and graphite. This construction blends the extraordinary strength of graphite with the durability of Kevlar®, a space-age material. The result is a breathtaking power and a solid feel with every shot.

Is the Wilson Pro Staff 100 lite a good racket?

Wilson Pro Staff Six-One 100 Lite BLX has been on the market for quite some time and it proved to be another very good racket from the Pro Staff series. This racket has the largest head size compared to the Wilson Pro Staff 90 and Wilson Pro Staff 95 which makes it the most forgiving and amateur friendly racket in this range.

What kind of frame does Wilson Pro Staff use?

With the massive success of the Wilson “Profile” racket in the late 80’s, our engineers decided to bring the all-new “Dual Taper System” to the Pro Staff Franchise. The result was a few very powerful thick-beam Pro Staff frames made out of carbon and fiberglass.

How big is the Wilson Staff tennis racket?

4.5 out of 5 stars. Read reviews for Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 v13 Tennis Racket – 4 1/8 Inch Grip – Unstrung 4.8 out of 5 stars. Read reviews for Wilson Pro Staff 97L v13 Tennis Racket – Unstrung 4.9 out of 5 stars. Read reviews for Wilson Pro Staff Team v13 Tennis Racket – Size: S 5 out of 5 stars.

When did the Wilson Pro Staff V13 come out?

Fun Fact: The red-and-yellow pinstripes found on the Pro Staff Original that inspired v13’s design was sold in our catalog from 1983 up until 2004. There have been limited edition racket releases that featured the pinstripes over the years, but v13 is the first time the pinstripes have again been used on the in-line Pro Staff franchise models.

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