No products in the cart.
HEAD EXTREME 135 Squash Racket
HEAD EXTREME 135 Squash Racket – Green. This Extreme 135, with its even balance, is slightly heavier than the Extreme 120. It’s an even all-round racket, perfect for the club player who feels at home on all parts of the court. High Tech Features include: INNEGRA, which one of the world’s lightest high performance fibres.
- The Head innegra hybrid-composite structure is integrated into the racket for shock absorption and improved stability. As a result, vibrations are reduced by up to 17% on ball impact providing unique control and precision. This hybrid-composite structure considerably extends the performance of your head racket.
- High modulus Graphite for racket stability and increased power and control
- Innegra fibre technology for improved ball control and racket stability
- Lightweight: 135g
- Head size: 495 cm2 for greater sweetspot, power and control. Head Heavy.
Weight 135 g Length 27 mm Head Size 77 sq/in Construction Graphite / Innegra
An independent, specialist – PURE RACKET SPORT is the best shop in Surrey for squash. Great advice, helpful service and lots of deals ! Free private car park right outside the entrance – open 7 days a week year round.
ANY QUESTIONS: email us. We’ll reply straight away : email@example.com or 01252 717214
Head Sport was founded in the United States in 1950 by aeronautical engineer Howard Head. In the late 1960s, a tennis division was created when Howard Head figured out a way of strengthening the tennis racket by introducing the aluminium frame. The idea became a success and was first introduced in the 1969 US Open. In 1975 , one of the tennis players that Head sponsored, Arthur Ashe, incredibly won Wimbledon, defeating the favoured Jimmy Connors. In 1997, Head created the first titanium and graphite tennis racket. Head proved to be successful in 2012, with three Major winners during the year : Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open, Maria Sharapova at the French Open and Andy Murray at the US Open. Head started integrating graphene into their rackets in 2013. The brand decided to develop a range of squash rackets while keeping the same spirit, which resulted in affordable and good quality squash rackets.
Click here to learn more about our delivery and returns policies.
DELIVERY AND RETURNS
DELIVERY AND RETURNS