Softest Polys other than Lux Element?

iceman_dl6

Semi-Pro
Hey TW,

What are the softest polys other than Luxilon Element? Element gave me adequate spin, feel, power and comfort, but still not plush enough for my taste.

Thanks!
 

SinneGOAT

Hall of Fame
I had that one in mind, but never tried it before! I usually string Element 125 at 40 lbs in my Gravity Tour. But for you, how is the spin and power on the YPTP?
It’s got good spin, power is not it’s strongest skill but of course the lower you go the more power and spin. Another poly to recommend if you don’t mind a little extra price is Babolat rpm blast rough, that will have more power and way more spin the the poly tour pro.
 

iceman_dl6

Semi-Pro
It’s got good spin, power is not it’s strongest skill but of course the lower you go the more power and spin. Another poly to recommend if you don’t mind a little extra price is Babolat rpm blast rough, that will have more power and way more spin the the poly tour pro.
How’s the comfort though for RPM Blast Rough?
 

TW Staff

Administrator
Hey TW,

What are the softest polys other than Luxilon Element? Element gave me adequate spin, feel, power and comfort, but still not plush enough for my taste.

Thanks!
Some of the ones mentioned above are good choices, specifically Volkl V-Star & Gosen Sidewinder. We also like ISOSPEED Cream, Kirschbaum Xplosive Speed, Volkl Cyclone Tour, Topspin Cyber Flash.

Troy, TW
 

iceman_dl6

Semi-Pro
Thanks all for your suggestions!

Yonex PTP seems to be the most interesting of the bunch for me.

Considering that I currently use a Gravity Tour with Element 125 @ 40 lbs, how much tension of Yonex PTP 125 in a 360+ Speed MP (racquet I’m looking to buy) ?
 

SinneGOAT

Hall of Fame
Thanks all for your suggestions!

Yonex PTP seems to be the most interesting of the bunch for me.

Considering that I currently use a Gravity Tour with Element 125 @ 40 lbs, how much tension of Yonex PTP 125 in a 360+ Speed MP (racquet I’m looking to buy) ?
I’d say 48-46. Good tension and keeps it comfortable, you can definitely drop the tension if you think it’s too stiff or just want more power, spin and pocket.
 
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