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Tecnifibre Pro Redcode 17. A comfort oriented co-poly with a lively response and a wallet friendly price. Not as stiff as Razor Code and not as soft as Black Code.


Tecnifibre RPX . Tecnifibre introduced this at roughly the same time as Triax and the 2 strings are very similar in terms of their compostion (50% polyester, 50% polyamide). RPX is several dollars cheaper than Triax, no doubt due to a difference in processing time. This type of string is intended to provide players with the comfort of a nylon based string and the control and spin of a poly based string.


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


Tecnifibre Dynamix VP 17 is a coreless multifilament designed for maximum power. For squash only. Diameter: 1.20mm


Triax is Tecnifibre's latest effort to supply the comfort and feel of a premium multifilament with the control of a polyester in one string. If you are currently using a polyester hybrid Tecnifibre is aiming to supply you with this as an alternative. It's a 50/50 mix of polyamide and polyester fibers and available in 16 gauge (1.33mm)


Tecnifibre HDMX is a control oriented coreless multifilament for someone who likes the arm friendliness of that type of construction but usually finds them too lively. They've reduced the liveliness by making 33% of the fibers in the string polyester.


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.


Tecnifibre Razor Code is the stiffest of the co-polys in the Tecnifibre line. Available in 17 gauge for the spin oriented advanced player.


Tecnifibre TGV is the softest multifilament string in the Tecnifibre line and an excellent choice for someone with wrist or elbow issues.


Tecnifibre X-One Biphase: I am carrying this in 15L, 16, 17 and 18 ga. If you are looking for performance and comfort this is one of the best playing arm-friendly strings out there.