Prince Ripstick 100 300g

Introducing the Ripstick 100 (300)! With this racquet Prince has created a powerful modern player’s racquet with above average comfort for the breed.

At 11.2 ounces strung, the Ripstick is not only fast enough for intermediate players, it also packs a near 330 swingweight, giving it enough stability and plow through to tempt the more advanced ball striker.

This racquet’s comfortable feel comes partly from the extra large O-Ports that surround the hitting area. This feature not only produces a more plush and powerful string bed, it also creates less wind-drag for easier acceleration.

Additional features include Prince’s Anti-Torsion System (ATS), which combines TexTreme and Twaron in the shaft and upper hoop to deliver a smoother, more stable hitting experience.

On groundstrokes the Ripstick hits a powerful ball, making it easy for you to take control of the point. The open 16×18 pattern not only helps with spin-potential, it also provides a higher trajectory, resulting in easier access to depth.

At net the Ripstick comes around with lightning speed, and it will give you enough power to finish points with a bang. This racquet also shines on serve where it rewards fast swings with enough pop to put the returner in check.

Specifications

  • Head Size:100 in / 645.16 cm
  • Length:27in / 68.58cm
  • Strung Weight:11.2oz / 318g
  • Balance:13in / 33.02cm / 4 pts HL
  • Swingweight:325
  • Stiffness:64
  • Beam Width:27mm / 25.5mm / 22mm
  • Composition:TexTreme/Twaron/Graphite
  • Power Level:Low-Medium
  • Stroke Style:Medium-Full
  • Swing Speed:Medium-Fast
  • Racquet Colors:Black/White/Red/Yellow
  • Grip Type:Prince ResiTex Pro
  • String Pattern:
  • 16 Mains / 18 Crosses
  • Mains skip: 8T,8H
  • Two Pieces
  • No Shared Holes
  • String Tension:50-60 pounds
SKU 7T53N
Brand Prince
Shipping Weight 0.9800kg
Unit Of Measure ea

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