I also think these are frames that are suppossed to have flex carbon in the layup which enable their stiffness RA's to be way lowerWhat's the VS family all about? I've seen that mentioned a few times previously and now I'm seeing that on two of the new Pure Strike models. Is it just the extra cross string?
See flex carbon here:What's the VS family all about? I've seen that mentioned a few times previously and now I'm seeing that on two of the new Pure Strike models. Is it just the extra cross string?
What will the price be?gino,
They launch for pre-sale on September 1st and are in stock September 8th. There will be three racquets launching: the Pure Strike 16x19, Pure Strike 100 and Pure Strike 100 Team. The 18x20 will be launching in Europe first and then the US at a later date. We do not know any information about any other racquets in their Pure Strike line at this time.
I've spent a bit of time with the Control/Storm line over the years. The Pure Controls with "Flex Carbon" felt more crisp/stiff than the prior Storm GTs without any "Flex Carbon." At best, the RA readings showed minimal to no difference in the flexibility of the Storm GTs compared to the Controls with "Flex Carbon." The most plush/buttery of all the Control/Storm models was the Carbon Extremes before the GTs.See flex carbon here:
He does seem to be quite the young spirit.
The VS line looks to be the way to go. Closest to my spec-range, personally. I like the more open pattern anywaysI want it!
No, wait, I NEED it!
Beautiful specs and paint job.
Great job Babolat!
However, I will wait until they release the other models and see the main differences.
I will like to see a comparison between the new Pure Strikes, Pure Strikes VS and Pure Aero VS.