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Strings over $25

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Babolat Addiction 16. Not quite as soft as the more expensive Babolat Xcel but still pretty easy on the arm and with a crisper playability.

$25

Head Intellistring is a hybrid set in Head's line of "Power" strings, so it's intended to be on the lively side and was original equipment in several of the Intelligence series racquets.

$25

Head Megablast 16 is original equipment on Head racquetball racquets. It's a multifilament string with above average durability.

$25

Tecnifibre Multifeel. A combination of both a sizable center core and hundreds of microfibers give this inexpensive multifilament better than average tension maintenance and a comfortable playability. Available in both 16 and 17 ga.

$25

Yonex BG-80 is constructed with Vectran which is one of the aramid fibers similar to Kevlar. Expect excellent durability with this one.

$25

Yonex Nanogy 95 is a durable badminton string that matches up well with the Yonex line of Nano racquets.

$25

Yonex Nanogy 98 is the thinnest (.66mm) of the new Nanogy strings. Expect more repulsion power but less durability.

$25

Babolat Pro Hurricane Tour. I am carrying both 16 and 17 ga. I was stringing at a Challenger Event and this string was being used by so many players I decided to start carrying it. It's softer than the original Pro Hurricane, but it's definitely still a poly.

$26

Solinco Hyper G is the latest offering from Solinco and intended for big topspin. In 16 (1.30mm), 16L (1.25mm) and 17 (1.20mm), the string is fluorescent green and pentagonally shaped..

$26

Solinco Tour Bite is a pentagonally shaped polyester string made in Taiwan. It is designed for big spin. Available in 1.15, 1.20, 1.25 and 1.30mm.

$26

Tecnifibre 305 SPL 17. THE green squash string. Comfort, power and durability in a thin 1.20mm package.

$28

Prince Premier Power 16 is a coreless multifilament string with plenty of power and excellent comfort.

$29

Tecnifibre Black Code 1.24 is a relatively soft polyester based string with a pentagonal shape for added spin.

$29

Babolat Xcel replaces what was previously called Xcel Premium. In this updated version Babolat uses a new bonding agent that is intended to maintain the soft feel of the original while improving durability. One of the softest strings out there, so not a bad choice for sore arms. I am carrying this string in both 16 and 17 gauges.

$30

E-Force Oxygen 17. For racquetball only. Maximum power, elasticity, and resilience. Enhanced soft feel, Minimal vibration.

$30

Tecnifibre NRG. French made multifilament. Available in both 16 and 17 gauge. One of the best synthetics out there. If you want performance, definitely worth a try.

$31

Babolat RPM Blast. Co-polyester from Babolat that is softer than their earlier offerings and octagonally shaped for more spin. Personally, I found this to be on the stiff side, but this is the string of choice for Nadal, Tsonga and others on the tour. Available in 16, 17 and 18 ga.

$32

Tecnifibre X-One Biphase: I am carrying this in 16, 17 and 18 ga. Not quite as powerful as NRG but still comfort oriented. Holds tension pretty well for a coreless multifilament.

$33

Babolat Tonic Plus is Babolat's second line of natural gut string and is not gauge specific like their top line. An especially good choice if you are looking to hybridize with a polyester.

$45

VS Touch 16 is Babolat's best natural gut and arguably the finest gut available on the planet. With the U.S. dollar getting clobbered by the Euro the price of this French made string has been moving up recently and I regrettably have had to follow suit.

$56

 

 

 

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