Feel free to elaborate on why and what your playstyle/level is.
where can you purchase kirschbaum gut feeling in the U.S.? does kirschbaum have a U.S. equivalent if gut feeling not available in the U.S.?Kirschbaum Gut Feeling: One of the softest multifilaments on the market. Love the playability and feel of this string.
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I dont understand, why use ngut if you find 12$ already expensive? Furthermore it snaps easily, more so when moist or when playing on gravel.My customers usually ask for $3 strings - different PP or decommissioned reels of Babolat or Wilson sold at 70% discount. $12 is already expensive, then they go with STB, PTS or Kirschbaum. Some jerks, me included, prefer NG and Max/Alu Power.
Dont wait too long buying them because prices will rise soon of imported goods after the trade war started by Trump. LolMy top value strings are polys from Pro's Pro:
Black Force 1.14 - $39.70/reel
Plus Power 1.23 - $34.70/reel
But they don't last as long as more expensive strings, so they're good for people who string their own racquets.
I think the trade war threat with EU may sort out. They really like our credit card usage. We spend a lot.Dont wait too long buying them because prices will rise soon of imported goods after the trade war started by Trump. Lol
My CHEAP arse poly of choice is Gosen Polylon 17. Got a whole reel for $40 and lasts me longer than cyclone and RPM :0
As a broke high school student, I can assure you that Gosen Polylon 17 is all I can beg for. At a fine price of $41.95 for 17 restringings, it’s the most I can afford.
Y'all should check out Klipper's Poly 17ga. It's $28/380' reel and is very similar to Polylon. I've been using it for a few years in a hybrid setup and I like it.
Yep usually 8-9 bucks a set for Volkl Cyclone in black, but I go in for 16 gauge myself. Use that in the mains almost exclusively with a multi (V-Feel) in the crosses. I love how that setup plays and feels. Usually, I string the poly 3-4 pounds lower than the multi.At $9-something, Cyclone (17g, black).
Yeah, I'm not a string aficionado by any means, but I've never encountered a full set that was any less than 40 feet. I've always had plenty of extra string per set though, even when I cut them in half for my hybrid setup(s),which ones? I thought all sets were 40 feet
What gauge for the V-feel?Yep usually 8-9 bucks a set for Volkl Cyclone in black, but I go in for 16 gauge myself. Use that in the mains almost exclusively with a multi (V-Feel) in the crosses. I love how that setup plays and feels. Usually, I string the poly 3-4 pounds lower than the multi.
30-year-old all court player with a single-handed backhand. My girlfriend tells me my backhand looks better than my forehand, from an aesthetic standpoint.