New Co-poly Strings

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Gaines Hillix, Jul 14, 2006.

  1. Gaines Hillix

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    Has anyone tied the Leopard or Kirsch P2 co-poly strings? What were your impressoins? Are they similar to Signum Pro Poly Plasma or TopSpin Poly Polar?

    TIA!
     
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  2. emcee

    emcee Semi-Pro

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    Sorry, can't help you, but how do you like the Signum PP? Just got a pack of 17G from TW today.
     
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  3. DANMAN

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    Gaines,
    The P^2 is a nice co poly string that reminds me more of Volkl's yellow poly (the name escapes me at the moment but I have some upstairs). The Volkl string felt slightly stiffer though. The price on the P^2 is good; tension maintenance was poly-like as well.
    The Leopard string, according to one of my friends who I strung it for, plays very similar to the SPPP. I did not like the SPPP and for this reason have not tried the Leopard. I will try it in a few weeks after my upcoming tournaments and will post if noone has done so by then.
     
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  4. mileslong

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    then get your lazy butt upstairs and check it out man....
     
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  5. staedtler

    staedtler Semi-Pro

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    Danman might be referring to the Volkl V-rex. Not sure though.
     
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  6. DANMAN

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    Volkl V-Rex is it...Mileslong...sorry man...i just got finished running and playing 5 sets of tennis for sectional preparation...the stairs were not looking good at that moment--should have just checked the TW product page
     
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