The Slim range, along with the Metricflex and Slim T technologies in the shaft create a revolutionary shaft that provides different flexibility depending on the axis in order to optimise power and maintain accuracy.
GT Technology – Made from a hybrid material, combining braided carbon fibres with tungsten filaments. This also allows a greater stiffness in the racket.
20×21 STRINGING PATTERN
Innovation by Babolat : 20 mains crosses instead of 22 and 23 in a traditional stringing pattern improve the grip and allow more spin.
Slim T – The newer, thinner construction around the T-Joint of the jacket improves the overall aerodynamics by 11%.
Powerful Headsize – The head shape of this racket, increases the size of the sweet spot for improved power across all areas.
PILOT SYSTEM Thanks to the two molded stripes on the top of the grip, you’ll get a natural and immediate mark to increase your precision and speed on decisive shots.
Shaft 6.5 – The ultra tin shaft of this racket allows it to slice through the air quickly, allowing players to reach more power at a quicker rate.
Babolat Satelite 6.5 Blast badminton racket 2020 comes with a full cover included.
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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.