Wilson Clash 100 Reverse Edition Tennis Racket for Sale on Amazon

Wilson Clash 100 Reverse Edition Tennis Racket

Retail Price: $269.00

Strung Weight: 309 g / 10.9 ou
Unstrung Weight: 295 g / 10.41 ou
String Pattern: 16×19
Head Size: 651 cm2 / 101 in2
Taper System: 24.5 FB
Strung Balance: 32 cm / -7 pts
Unstrung Balance: 31 cm / -10 pts
Length: 68.6 cm / 27 in
Description: The head size and weight of 100 sq provide a great blend of power and control. For each swing technique, 3D Bending lets the racket to bend with optimal flexibility and stability. Horizontal bending gives horizontal, conventional swings industry-leading flexibility and control. Vertical bending allows players with vertical, contemporary swings to spend more time in the game. Torsional Bending uses unique carbon mapping to keep the excessive flexibility of off-center strikes in check. Drilling in parallel produces a more constant and forgiving string bed reaction. For a more lively appeal, the limited edition design incorporates reverse color-blocking on the frame of the in-line Clash 100.


The Clash 100 Reverse Edition boasts a revolutionary frame technology for optimal control and a reversed color-blocking design that lights up the court. 3D Bending generates additional dimensions of frame bending via unique carbon mapping, offering players free-swinging precision with every stroke. The racket’s frame design provides exceptional stability and power to enable such a flexible frame structure. Clash is a highly playable performance racket that promotes flexibility without compromising stability, giving players of all ages and types complete confidence.


Parallel Drilling – Grommet structure ensures a more constant, forgiving string bed response while also significantly expanding the sweet spot.

3D Bending – Revolutionary frame technology employs patented carbon mapping to let the racket to bend with optimum flexibility and stability independent of swing type, allowing players to swing confidently and freely while maintaining ultimate control and ball pocketing.

Vertical Bending – For players with more contemporary, vertical swings, vertical bending of the racket frame enhances ball dwell time on the string bed.

Horizontal Bending – The racket frame’s horizontal bending provides industry-leading flexibility for improved control on more typical horizontal swings.

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