Snapback is when the strings move BUT come back straight........ Like Ultra Cable do greatly and would do intensively with a really slick (in the long run) round cross.More SnapBack and less string movement? If the string does not move how will it snap back? Can’t have your cake and eat it too.
Original PostWhat are (for you) the most slippery round strings on the market in 2019 (for using as a cross)?
Will do, have played a great deal with BHB7 but this is the first go around with BHBZ. If the longevity is anything like BHB7 then it’s all good.Let me know how long BZ stay so slick...
The big advantage of PRCW seems to be that it stay really slick for really long time.
Sgut can be really slippery but only for 30mn.... Never forget that.Babolat Synthetic Gut and Head PPS Synthetic gut appear to be very slippery according to TWU almost similar to ALU Power/Poly Tour Fire has anyone tried them as a cross for Natural Gut? It has a low tension loss also.
If you want maximum comfort, good tension maintenance and good snapback, try those strings as a cross:Damn. Knew it was too good to be true
Man... You HAVE to try the Grapplesnake Neon Dust hybrid!!!!!!!! It's a modern version of UC!!!! With much better comfort, tension maintenance, power and SPIN!!!!!!I'm trying Ultra Cable with Black Zone crosses...cannot wait.
Thanks but I finally found my perfect hybrid.I have tried/strung most of these strings mentioned, I would have to say Diadem Flash is the slickest string for sure, Even while playing, strung with hyper g mains and flash crosses, the first 3 or four hours of hitting, the mains are all over the place.