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Old 12-11-2012, 12:17 PM   #14
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Actually, this is something I'd love to see all "traditional" racket companies (still in the market) do: Bring back the most successful classic rackets from the late 80ies / early 90ies. For all I care, do it as limited re-issues, and charge a premium - but it would be so cool to be able to buy the classics. I know that some of these treasures are still being produced (POG, Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 85 etc.), but why don't racket manufacturers introduce their own regular "legacy" line-ups? My guess is that a lot of people who grew up using these rackets would really like to get their hands on them again...
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