Originally Posted by Sanglier
I've only been exposed to two types of DuraFiber racquets prior to today: the orange "Lite", of which I picked up a pristine example a few months ago, and the black "XT".
With a name like "DuraFiber", one would have thought that the brand was created specifically to market racquets made out of a tenacious fibrous substrate, so I was quite surprised to come upon this well-worn stick in a pile of unremarkable Dunlops and Heads today (shown above its "Lite" cousin for dimensional reference):
I just saw a listing on the German bay, (160908302273), were this alloy Durafiber/ACRO racket
is being auctioned off but this version is a Rossignol "The Touch" (Made in the USA).
They did have many frames made in the USA so it just might be the same frame, different name.