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DUNLOP Explosive (17-1.25mm) String Reel (Silver)

$69

DUNLOP Explosive (17-1.25mm) String Reel (Silver)

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Product description

Featuring a thinner profile Dunlop Biomimetic Explosive 17 gives even more impressive power and spin compared to the 16 gauge version Improving on the previous model of the string this one shows improved tension maintenance and high resiliency thanks to the new copolymer composition Explosive is a highly resilient polyester based string offering a suprising amount of power while maintaining control As with most polyesters compared to softer strings this one will result in a reduced sweetspot size which is why Dunlop recommends stringing Explosive 10 below normal tension The new Explosive will be a hit with players seeking the durability of a polyester string while maintaining a high amount of power Also be sure to check out the all new Dunlop Biomimetic RacquetsConstruction Extruded copolymer monofilamentColor GreyGauge 125mmLength 660 200m

DUNLOP Explosive (17-1.25mm) String Reel (Silver)

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