flexible and crisp

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  1. weed

    weed Rookie

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    are there any racquets that are flexible and crisp at the same time like the prostaff 6.0 95
     
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  2. Vamz

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    Head i.Prestige
     
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  3. man-walking

    man-walking Semi-Pro

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    Just as start point, I think you could start to exclude the ones built with fiberglass (even partially).
     
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  4. Colpo

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    Yonex RD-7. Other Yonexs may fit the bill, but this is the only one I can vouch for. More flexible than I had been led to believe, particularly in the shaft. However, ball control and response are still spot-on and quite crispy. Very, very nice frame.
     
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  5. NoBadMojo

    NoBadMojo G.O.A.T.

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    i would describe a couple of the volkls that way....the T10Gen1 a bit firmer in the hoop but flexy elsewhere..the T10MP-VE with a flexy layup with fiberglass, but the V stiffens the throat
     
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  6. BreakPoint

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    Not that I'm aware of. So since you've already identified the PS 6.0 95 as being both flexible and crisp, why not just use that one?
     
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  7. djones

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    Head Prestige Classic is flexible and crisp.
     
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  8. netman

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    Please define flexible a little more precisely. Flex rating of ???

    -k-
     
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  9. Gaines Hillix

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    The Pro Kennex Laver Heritage series of frames fits that description, IMO. They're a graphite/kevlar blend like many of the Pro Staff racquets.
     
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