Wilson Clash 100; only used for one hit of about 35 minutes.
Grip Size: 4/1/4
Head Size: 100
Condition: 9.5 out of 10;
Specific Time Used: 35 minutes
General Description: I bought 3 of these and will keep 2. The I'm selling was hit with only once and has noblemishes or signs of...
Item Description (Brand/Model/Year): Wilson Clash 100
Grip Size / Size:4 1/4
Head Size (if a racquet):100
Condition (x out of 10):9.5/10
*Specific Time Used (must give specific time, must be over 30 minutes): 35 minutes
*General Description (including any cosmetic blemishes): I bought...
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