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Wilson Synthetic Gut Power Tennis String
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- Wilson Synthetic Gut Power is made for durability and power
- Solid core nylon string with high energy wrap for durable power
- Power and Durability
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OVER A CENTURY AND COUNTING.
For more than a century, Wilson Sporting Goods Co. has committed to the creation and distribution of products that ignite the potential for tennis players worldwide, no matter the stage. An integral part of more than 500 Grand Slams, Wilson pushes the limits of innovation to equip athletes with championship-caliber products and a winning mentality. With unwavering passion, Wilson produces tennis equipment for players of all ages, styles, and abilities. Above all else, Wilson chooses to be more about just products. This brand exists to create and be a part of memories that people cherish forever.
Product detailsSize:16-Gauge | Color:Lime
- Item model number : WRZ945800-P
- Date First Available : May 15, 2015
- Manufacturer : Wilson Sporting Goods - Team
- ASIN : B00XPAUGYC
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#237,848 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #204 in Racket String
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I play for 2-3 hours a day, 4-5 days a week. I play hard, I swing at tennis balls like i'm protecting myself from mini-rotten cabages. When you're running around like a deranged lunatic and trying to rip shots with all your might, at an average of 13 hours a week, these synthetic guts holding up for THREE MONTHS (58lb tension, Prince Textreme racket) is pretty impressive.
I didn't get insane power from these strings, but I got control and I got spin. New to tennis? Buy it. Want to mix it up? Buy it.
You should be changing your strings every 3-6 months anyways.