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Meanstreak Racquetball Racquet [Strung]

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3 5/8
  • Featuring the revolutionary new Corrugated Technology, delivering over 12% more stiffness to the throat area and devastating power on every shot.
  • Beam: 21 mm Balance: 300 mm
  • Head size: 106 sq. in.
  • Weight: 175 g
  • Length: 22 in.

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Product Description

The Head® '09 Meanstreak Racquetball Racquet utilizes CT, Power Stabilizer, MicroGel, Metallix, IGS2 and Power Channels technology. Beam: 21 mm, Head Size: 106 sq. in., Weight (unstrung): 175 grams, Balance (unstrung): 295 mm, Length: 22", Grip HydroSort Black. String Pattern: DuraZone 16/16. 226010

Product Details

Grip Size: 3 5/8
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B002AL9TPE
  • Item model number: 226000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #337,151 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Good grip that makes wearing a glove optional.
Edward Przystas
After playing with both i think it really comes down to your game style. if you like to hit hard and use pass shots the meanstreak is a great way to go.
wes
Took me about 3 weeks to really get the feel for this one.
David

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Buyer on November 9, 2010
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The last year has been a bit weird for me as I have moved around between racquets and spent too much time and effort doing it. I went from 190 grams to 175 grams to improve my game and that threw me off. I used an E-Force Command Power Flex and that just did not seem right. Esp. given the expensive racquet and how delicate it was. It has been a good ride since I switched to this Head. The frame has held up and despite the 16 gauge string, I have broken a lot of balls but no racquets thankfully. After 4 months of play, it is still going strong. Has nice power for my pinch and kills and just the right amount of pop for my touch game.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By wes on February 7, 2013
Grip Size: 3 5/8 Verified Purchase
I was looking at the Meanstreak vs. the Head I.165 which two of my buddies have. After playing with both i think it really comes down to your game style. if you like to hit hard and use pass shots the meanstreak is a great way to go. I think the Head I.165 gets the edge on control and swing weight. The meanstreak just feels heavier on the toe for some reason. Great feel with the meanstreak at contact but does give the arm a little more fatigue compared to the I.165. Still hitting a lot of nice shots with the meanstreak but if I had to do it over I would go with the head I.165. I am an intermediate to advanced player.

Vendor was awesome and on time. No problems.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A fellow with a keyboard on September 1, 2012
Buying racquetballs rackets is confusing, even for someone like me who plays regularly and has used lots of different rackets. Rackets vary considerably in weight, balance, and power (not to mention price). Below is a brief overview of which factors determine which combination of weight/balance/power is best for you. See Racquetball Warehouse's buying guide for more details.

* Racket balance: I would generally recommend looking for an evenly balanced or slightly head-light racket. The balance really affects the feel of the racket, and I find that head-heavy rackets, while generating more power, are much harder to control. Head-light rackets will give you greater maneuverability but will generate less power. Unfortunately Amazon does not generally tell you whether a racket is head light or head heavy, so check out Racquetball Warehouse for those specs.

* Racket weight: I would generally recommend looking for a weight between 170-185 grams to give you the best combination of power and control. You may want to go lighter if you are an advanced player who generates your own power. You may want to go heavier if you rely on more of a control game.

* Swing weight: I would generally recommend looking for a swingweight between 150 and 160 for a good combination of power and control. Higher swing weights give you more power but less control, and vice versa.

* Grip size: I would generally recommend the smaller grip size (3 5/8) to allow for greater wrist snap, but it's not a big deal.

* Head size: 105 sq. inches is pretty standard--don't go more than a few inches lower than that.

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Grip Size: 3 5/8 Verified Purchase
I was using a racquette that had a different center of balance, closer to the handle. The Meanstreak is balanced futher towards the end. Took me about 3 weeks to really get the feel for this one. I am killing the ball now, though.
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By Melissa Vrooman on February 3, 2014
Grip Size: 3 5/8 Verified Purchase
Arrived quickly and in perfect condition. A birthday gift for my husband that went over wonderfully. Thank you!

My husband is new to the game however his friend who has played for years told him the raquett was very high quality and a great choice.
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Grip Size: 3 5/8 Verified Purchase
Senior Racquetball player likes this product. Heavy enough. Good grip that makes wearing a glove optional. Others looking to but one.
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