Head FXP Tour 16 String Customer feedback
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Comments: I've been looking for a softer string due to my wrist problems. After reading the TW review, I figured
that for less than $9, it was definitely worth a try. I've played with the string several times and I'm sold. It has a nice soft string
bed, decent power, control and spin. I feel that the TW review is spot on. I normally play with the Technifibre X-One at 58 lbs but
at $18, it's way too expensive. The one thing that I did do different was to string the Head FXP Tour at 60 lbs for added control,
which seems to be just right. I've also used it as a hybrid set up using the Solinco Tour Bite Soft 17g for the mains and the X-one
for the crosses. Overall, it was a decent set up but I got much more pocketing with a full bed of the FXP Tour, which allowed me to
take bigger cuts at the ball.
Comments: Feels like hitting with butter -- the smoothest strings I have ever used. The feel is amazing and hits
that way too. I love everything about these strings from all areas of the court.
Comments: Decent power but limited spin and limited feel at 58 pounds tension. It also seemed a bit waxy to the
touch, sort of like waxed dental floss. Needless to say, I did not care for this string. It also moved around a lot and I was
readjusting the strings after every point.
Comments: This string is good for the modern baseline game. It has good power and comfort. However, it has
very little feel.
Comments: Great string for me. I use it in a hybrid setup. FXP in the crosses at 58lbs and Solinco Barbed Wire in the
mains @58lbs. Compliments the Solinco nicely since that's a pretty stiff string on its own. I get great spin, good durability and my
arm isn't soar after a match. Worth a try.
Comments: This string is good for the modern baseline player. It has good power and comfort. However, it has
very little feel.
Comments: These strings are an interesting cross between a poly and a multifilament. It's a good string for players
who love the performance of a poly but who may have arm issues. Don't expect full poly durability and performance, but you get
a softer, arm friendly string with some of the good poly characteristics. It's definitely worth a try, especially for the price.
Comments: These strings are the most flexible and best tension held poly strings
available. I'd use them in the mains if they came in a 17 or 18 gauge.
Comments: Tried this string for the first time today. After using Syn Gut this is my first time with a
different type of string. This string provided a really nice boost in power. Also it provided more spin. A really good
string for a decent price.
Comments: The best string 16 gauge that I have used. It has the best price and good durability. The only
issue is the color available (Black or Blue). I prefer white but is not standard for this set.
Comments: This is a very, very nice string. I like the power, comfort, control,
and pocketing. It is very sweet.
Comments: Great 16g string with power/control, comfort, bite, and durability. I use 16g off-season, as
I'm a string breaker. All court aggressive with my home at the net. I use Wilson NXT Tour 16/17g, Tecnifibre X-One
Biphase 16g, and Klip Excelerator 16g. For $10.50, this is now my 16g string of choice.
Comments: Ah, I love these strings. They offer so much power and comfort. I'm an offensive baseliner
and I usually dictate play with my power and angles but I was able to change it up and put on some drop shots as well.
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