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Head Graphene XT Prestige PWR
RACQUET COMES PRE-STRUNG WITH 16 GAUGE SYNTHETIC GUT
HEAD takes the legendary Prestige line into uncharted territory with the introduction of the new Graphene XT PWR Prestige.
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HEAD takes the legendary Prestige line into uncharted territory with the introduction of the new Graphene XT PWR Prestige. The XT PWR Prestige has a number of identical stats that its predecessor possesed: the oversize headsize is 107 square inches; the ultra-light model is 9.5 ounces; and it has the same wide body, with a 26/26/28mm beam. The XT PWR Prestige still contains Head’s QuadFace technology, and it has both of them: Inner QuadFace allows the string bed to flex just a little bit more for added comfort and forgiveness, while Outer QuadFace actually lengthens the strings, allowing for a larger “effective” head size and greater power. By using graphene – the world’s lightest and strongest material – in the racquet shaft, Head has been able to move weight from the shaft to the tip and handle, increasing power and stability without changing overall racquet mass (more weight in the head provides greater plow through from the baseline, and more mass in the handle reduces torque and recoil). YouTektechnology's “cross-linking” abilities stabilize the frame on faster swings and create more feel on touch shots. The main addition to this racquet is that it stands at 27 1/3 inches, giving you more lenght to get to shots. Players who love the feel and control of the Head Prestige but need more power should line up for their shot at demoing the new Graphene XT PWR Prestige.
Brand: Pro Kennex
RACQUET COMES PRE-STRUNG WITH 16 GAUGE SYNTHETIC GUT The new Pro Kennex Ki Q+15 Light, is the updated version of the Q15 Light, it also features a larger sweet spot for increased comfort and forgiveness as well as all of the same technologies as the fullweight version of this racquet.