- Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 12.5 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0001BPPT4
- Average Customer Review: 65 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,371 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
Head Ti.175 XL Racquetball Racquet
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- Weight unstrung: 175g
- Titanium/graphite composite
- 103 sq in head size
- 21 3/4-in length
- SofTac® grip
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Head's® Ti.175 XL racquetball racquet features the PowerZone system, which allows maximum string elasticity for a trampoline effect. This technology offers you increased power on your hits.
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Top customer reviews
Definitely a big improvement over the $20 Walmart racquet on Stroke power and better controlled drop shots. Though if you game is completely focussed around drop shots then you might want to check this link for a better for http://www.racquetballwarehouse.com/LearningCenter/RacquetBuyersGuide.html
1. This racket feels lighter than air. It allows for very fast swing speed.
2. The titanium racket is truly sturdy. I'm not an emotional player, but I have hit the racket against the side and back walls when attempting to return a ball, and it has so far held up very well.
1. The strings feel cheap, almost like plastic. I've never had a racket long enough to restring, but I might go ahead and get this racket restrung with a higher quality string material.
It should be noted that I'm no aficionado. I played tennis through jr. high and high school, and just started really getting in to racquetball about two months ago. I've been playing 4-6 times a week though, and most of that is because switching to this racquet allowed me to really start feeling what I was doing, just like buying a decent ($100-200) tennis racquet does.
Most recent customer reviews
The only problem is the outer white plastic casing keeps breaking into small peices when the racquet hits a wall.