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Tecnifibre Carboflex 135 S squash racket –  This 135g Basaltex racket reduces shock and feels fantastic to play with.   Graphite construction with Basaltex Multiaxial placed strategically to reduce vibrations and provide the player with increased feel.  This light racket has a body-built shaft and a 77.5in2 (500cm2) head. Thanks to it’s Isomorph shaft and Basaltex Multiaxial construction, you will get higher control and resistance and 40% more power than a standard monoshaft, enhancing your gaming abilities.


It features the Iso Sharp Design XL technology to improve the racket’s stiffness and offer you more power without sacrificing swing speed. It has an even balance and a detachable Custom Fit Bumper increasing swing speed, which has been tested by World Champion player Mohamed El Shorbagy. Pre-strung with a 305+ 1.20 string, the frame weighs 135g (4.8oz) and has a 14×18 pattern.

Balance: 355+ / 5MM
Construction: Graphite & Basaltex Multiaxial
FactoryStrings: 305+ 1.2 Black
Head size (Inches): 77.5″
Head size (cm): 500 cm
Length (inches): 27inches in
Racket cover: Full Length Cover
Stringing pattern: 14 x 18
Unstrung weight: 135 grams

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

TECNIFIBRE was founded in 1979 by the current CEO Thierry Maissant. Throughout its development, Tecnifibre has built itself a worldwide reputation in the tennis and squash market, releasing rackets, bags, strings, apparel and other accessories.  

Tecnifibre started their squash dominance in 2009 with the Carboflex Basaltex. Initially the lightest racket in the range weighed 130 grams, with their star player at the time, Thierry Lincou, even opting for the 140 gram model.

Here’s a fun fact – Both Mohamed Elshorbagy and Nour El Shirbini used this racket as juniors, and in the same year they both won the Under 19 World Junior Championships. Nour was just 13 at the time !

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