WILSON....Bring back the Jack Kramer

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Lakoste, Jun 3, 2005.

  1. Lakoste

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    Does anyone else agree with me?
     
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  2. OnyxZ28

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    which one?
     
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  3. Lakoste

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    jack kramer staff
    the one with part fiberglass part graphite
     
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  4. Lakoste

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    or just make a new racquet under the jack kramer name
     
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  5. Capt. Willie

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    I'd rather the wood one.
     
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  6. ffrpg

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    I really wish I could get ahold of the St Vincent graphite/fiberglass one. I've never tried it, but it seems interesting. I remember they were really cheap on **** not too long ago. That is no longer the case... :(
     
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  7. AndrewD

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    The Jack Kramer St Vincent has a more comfortable flex than the PS 6.0 so if you like a flexier feel you might enjoy it. Too much like other frames of the day to be really tempting and doesn't pack the same whallop as the PS85. The later version Kramer was very ordinary and more a keepsake than a comp frame.
     
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  8. jayserinos99

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    I actually picked some up from the boards. Andrew is right, it has a flexy feel that's still comfy. i'll post more about it when i really get to hit with it more.
     
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  9. OnyxZ28

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    I hit with Jay's JK staff tonight. Wow. Simply amazing. I liked it better than the 6.0 85, actually. Softer than a Pro Tour 280, even.
     
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