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BABOLAT PURE AERO LITE Tennis Racket
Babolat Pure Aero LITE Tennis Racket. Nadal’s legendary Pure Aero – it’s main focus is offering high performance spin that allows players to control their power, while achieving increased stability and enhanced feel.
The Babolat Pure Aero Lite is lighter and easier-to-handle than that of the Team & standard Pure Aero. At (270g) this tennis racket is ideal for advanced junior players (aged 11 to 12 years) and adult intermediate (club players) who are looking for lightness, manoeuverability and spin.
To achieve this, the brand’s engineers incorporated the same SMAC technology used in the new Pure Drive. SMAC offers less vibration and more feeling. Instead of integrating it in the throat of the racket as on the Pure Drive, they placed it at 3 and 9 o’clock in the racket head, thus respecting the specific profile of the Pure Aero.
Carbonplystabilizer – powered by Chomarat for a superior stability. Added in the core of the racket, the specificities of this new carbon will make every shot more precise and much more stable at impact.
Babolat has also updated its FSI Spin (Frame String Interaction) technology in the new Pure Aero, which means wider spacing between cross strings 5-12 for greater ball bite. FSI Spin incorporates oblong shaped grommets for greater string snap-back(more spin) and RPM’s.
|Head Size||Balance||Weight||String Pattern|
|100||330 (head light)||270||16 x 19|
Demo this new racket, or swing with it in our Hitting Room – a great chance to visit our store at Farnham, in Surrey. Compare this new Babolat racket with the rest of the range……………PURE RACKET SPORT specialises in only racket sports and has a large range of all you will need for your Tennis. We here to give advice and guidance about which model might be best and explain how the new technology can improve your game.
BABOLAT was founded in 1875 in Lyon, France, and is the oldest racket sports company in the world. Its originator, Pierre Babolat, invented the first racket strings – made of natural gut, and 1925 Rene Lacoste won the French Open using a tennis racket strung with Babolat strings. Since then Babolat strings have won at least one Grand Slam title every year. In 1994 the company diversified from strings and introduced its first tennis racket. Babolat has continued to build its reputation by offering products at the forefront of technology and by supplying equipment to generations of champions who have won the most prestigious competitions.
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