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Comments: This racquet has to be the best I've ever played with. The low
swing weight allows for a fast swing with plenty of control. Spin wise this
racquet is also unbeatable, as it can win you a point alone. On the backhand
side it took some adjusting since I'd been playing with a lighter BLX.
The K Factor range is far better than the BLX range for spin and
control. Also I recommend stringing it with Tecnifibre Black Code and
Tecnifibre Red Code in order to gain more spin and power at 60 and 55 lbs with 17 and 16 gauge. It also looks kick ass with black
and red strings.
Comments: Despite its slightly higher swing weight, the closer distribution of weight on the frame's center makes
this K Factor version cut through the air faster than the BLX versions, producing heavier shots with less spin. This makes it
particularly suitable for power hitters who like penetrating shots with accuracy. Stable volleys without any twist at the racquet
make it the best racquet for volleying. A suitable setup for this racquet is stringing it with a co-polyester at a low tension within
the recommended range -- this setup gives more feel without losing control. It's a slightly heavy but very arm-friendly racquet if
you know how not to hit with the arm and shoulders only but with the whole body's uncoiling movement. This is
my racquet of choice for regular practice and short matches. For longer matches, I need other cheat sticks that may not be as
friendly to the arm and not as useful for fitness training -- such as the Babolat Pure Drive Roddick GT.
Comments: The top 5 reasons to buy this stick:
Comments: This stick is awesome. When I got the first one, I was looking for Federer racquet, but that one is too
small for me. So I decided to get the SixOne 95 18x20. At first, I couldn't find the sweet spot. But a couple sessions later, I
become a machine gun. This racquet gives you insane control and stability, at volleys doesn't move at all. Once you get used to hit
the sweet spot every time its great. Actually i think i cant go back to a lighter frame. Can't wait the BLX version of this one.
Comments: Awesome. All I hear is how difficult heavy racquets are. I should have been using one years ago. Stable
and accurate, first day using the k factor 95 16x18. I am ripping the cover off the ball, placing it; serve is great right out of the
box. Volley still not as crisp, but improving. Huge difference maker. I bought a second one just the other day.
Comments: Good racket to have. Solid and stable. Excellent control too - both the pace and the spin. Having a
hard time with the serve though. Got used to the length of my old racket. Hope they'll produce an extended version of this stick,
maybe a 27.5 or even a 28.
Comments: Got this in the mail the other day, and the first few times I played with it, it made
me frustrated. All my first serves went out, and the ball kept hitting below the net. After a
few roundups my serves started to go in, and I aced like 30-40% of my serves. I gained
control and started to feel the racquet more and more. Give this racquet time, get to know it
and learn how to play it, and you will soon find out it is one is the best of all time!
Comments: Man, this one was not for me. First off, it had the head-heavy feel of the old hammer 6.2 to me. It
really does not seem like a headlight racquet. That swingweight is definitely true, although the Prokennex PSE I like, which is
heavier and similar swingweight, but feels better balanced to me. Way too much power also, I certainly didn't feel any of that
control that is printed all over the frame, and couldn't hit a "heavy" ball like with some of the other 12 oz+ rackets out there. I
honestly hated this one (and the 16/18) when I demoed it. I think I would have to string it up at the top of the range to have a
chance of using it.
Comments: The best racquet I've tried. Pure control, I improved the first service and the quantity of aces. I you are
looking for CONTROL, try this.
Comments: After demoing six different mid-size frames, I finally gave this mid-plus a shot. I liked it a lot -- felt
very solid and inspired a lot of confidence... except for my serve. Slice and kick serves were good, but for some reason I just
couldn't get any flat first-serves in. Pace suffered. Maybe it was the weight, but something was just slightly amiss. I'm sure I could
have adapted to this frame in a couple weeks, but the Pro Kennex Black Ace 93 seemed a better fit for my game, so I picked up a
couple of those. In any event, I highly recommend giving the K95 a shot, because it's definitely a great racquet. Just not perfect for
Comments: This racquet similar to the other one model the 16x18 one but I like to using the 16x18 more because
the string pattern. Feel so stiff this one unlike other one more, I don't know how to explain, but I think more flexible and easier
on my elbow. This one when play so long and take many hour to play with friend, after the end of the day have to put ice on my
elbow because this racquet too stiff and too vibration. Only better part is more control and strings don't break too much because
when I hit as hard as I can with 16x18 sometime break strings. Also, with 16x18 when rarely miss but sometimes miss the strings
break even easier. Maybe if you want to save money, buy this racquet because less stringing, but 16x18 for me feels better. I
suggest to demo first to see which one you like because friends also demo this racquet and some like 16x18, others like 18x20, I
like 16x18. I give this racquet maybe 4/5 star or 4.5 star in between.
Comments: This racquet does not suit me. Mis-hits are harsh, and the stringbed feels dead. When comparing ease
of swing to the KPS88 and K F Tour 90, it feels slower, less aerodynamic.
Comments: On today's the day-best racquet from everything, than I played month and more (wilson n-cod 90,95,
yonex rdx 500mp, rds 001mp, head flexpoint prestige mp, radical tour, microgel extreme pro and many all about 15
rackets).Good stability, fantastic power and control.Serve-is obvious not my trump, however with it Wilson I submitted confidently
enough. But, with such weight and 95 size of a head against powerful blows not always it is possible to make full swing and as
there are many errors. Definitely, this racket demands good physical readiness. With the same the ideal racket would 330gr-was
balance and in the size of a head, but strung weight nearby. Probably, wilson k-blade tour 93 will approach me optimum
Comments: The Wilson K6.1 95 18 X 20 is the best racket ever made, period.
Comments: I was using an old PS 6.1 Classic and demo'd probably 30 racquets before deciding. The 18x20 was the
best fit for me. More foregiving than the Tour 90. I get great feel and control with very little shock - solid. Trying diff strings now
- Babolat Hurricane Tour/Excel has been great for me. It needs to be in the middle or lower side of the tension range though.
Trying Sensation next for a cheaper alternative. NXT Tour 17 didn't hold tension very long. Great stick!
Comments: I started having shoulder and elbow pain about a year ago about the same time I reached 60 years of
age. I was using a lighter (10.4oz) racquet with a headsize of 110 sq inches that I had used for years. I researched the
specifications of 'arm friendly' racquets and tried many heavier/flexible racquets. Finally chose the Head Radical. Still had arm
problems but not as painful as before but I was not totally happy with the power and control. A tennis pro sugested that I try the
Wilson K Factor K Six-One because he said this racquet helped his shoulder. When I was trying out other racquets I had not even
considered this racquet because of the flex rating. He loaned me one of his racquets and after using it for a couple of weeks I
knew this was the racquet for me. I experienced no pain in my arm and the power and control of the racquet was absolutely the
best I had ever experienced in a racquet. I use the 18x20 string pattern. I have it strung at 50lbs using Gamma Pro. It has given
me a new lease on tennis and I am no longer taking aspirin for pain.
Comments: This racquet is definitely a pure control racquet, but I think the weight is kinda heavy. In order to
generate more power I recommend to lower the tension and use a full and fast swing. PEACE :)
Comments: Just switched to this from the K-Factor Tour 90 because the Tour is a little too demanding for my age.
This 95 in the 18X20 pattern is awesome. Don't be fooled by the tight pattern, spin is phenomenal and easy to create. Feel and
power are tremendous too. If you're at least 4.5 and like the Wilson line of rackets, you should really consider this.
Comments: Dense string pattern helps reduce string breakage. Once I got use to the weight of the stick my game
became decidedly more lethal. I can control half speed swings along with full speed swings. The accuracy of ALL my strokes
improved. I have play tested several sticks and I can say without hesitation that this is the best all court stick I have ever hit
with...tremendous improvement in my game....I have become a "predator" on the court.
Comments: In comparison to the K90 I felt a bit more muted response. This racquet does not have more power
than the K90. The sweet spot is definitely bigger and, more importantly, much more homogenous. You must have sound
technique with big swings for both. This K95 is more forgiving. Half volleys are as good as with my previous Head Radical
Flexpoint Oversize. I get much more consistent results with this one in comparison to the K90. The feel is surprisingly different
for the K90 vs.K95t.
Comments: I've been playing this line of Wilson racquet for 10 years now, and this version is, in my opinion, the
best one they have made. I started back when they were offering the 6.1 classic in a longer version with an 18x20 pattern, and cut
them down a little bit. I switched to the Hypercarbon regular length version for 5 years, skipping the Ncode version, although I
liked the 18x20 version that my brother plays with. When Wilson sent out its first K-factors to their teaching pros, I fell in love
with the 18x20 version and have 5 of them, and getting ready to buy more as Wilson will probably roll out another version by year
end. My advice? Don't pay attention to the "technology" in these racquets. Find one that feels right because they really haven't
changed much in 10 years. Also, everybody playing these racquets strings them too tight. If you aren't getting enough spin with
this racquet string it loose with poly. I play a big game and 50 pounds is plenty tight in this string pattern.
Comments: Great racquet and good follow-up to the old Pro Staff 6.1 Classic which I had been using for the past
12 years. What is most amazing is the amount of control this racquet provides. Very stable, great feel, and allows for lots of shot
versatility. Spin is sometimes hard to generate, but besides that it's great.
Comments: This stick is amazing if you can handle the weight. Initially I was about to give it up due to the lack of
maneuverability and lost a few matches with it. I decided to reign in my arm to yield this just because when swung right with early
preparation, this racket is amazing. I've tried over 10 player rackets from the other makers and nothing comes close to this. The
16X18 pattern is too wild from the baseline for me. What surprised me most is that a players racket like this is also very forgiving
and super comfortable when strung with the right string.
Comments: There is little you can say about this racquet that has not been posted, I have played Head Prestige
racquets for a long time and I do not regret changing to the 18X20, not for a minute. However it did take me some few days to
find the right spot while serving, I could not understand why but I was having trouble finding my timing, but it is all good now.
There is a lot of people commenting the weight of the stick, I think it is not about the weight, it is about proper timing and good
prep. After playing Head for so many years I never thought I would say this, but I highly recommend this racquet.
Comments: I love this racquet and I've only demoed it. I am used to playing with a Prince Hybrid Hornet. The Hornet
has very little power, so I am used to generating my own power and I am only 13. This racquet has a ton of power. Because of
that, I am forced to spin the ball a lot more which gives me much better strokes. It has a really good feel similar to Prince. Its
weight is really not an issue because it doesn't need much swing to give a shot power. Overall, it is a very good racquet.
Comments: I played full matches each with the 16x18 version and the 18x20 version. Both were strung with VS gut
17 at 60 lbs. The 16x18 forced me to spin the ball more to keep it in play. The 18x20 has good bite into the ball; also, I was
actually surprised that the difference in the ability to generate spin between these two racquets wasn't really that big. The big
difference however was the power; the 16x18 had more of my shots sailing long. My takeaway was that if you are comfortable
playing with a 12 oz., 95 sq. in. racquet, you are probably generating your own power and the 16x18 is going to be too
overpowered. Hitting serves with these is wonderful; you really feel the weight and stability. I was able to get good kick from both
versions, although using 17g natural gut certainly helped that I'm sure. Volleys are solid, groundstrokes are solid. The weight and
stability really help with picking up balls on a dead run. Slice backhands are dreamy with this racquet, just wonderful. Overall, I
like both versions, I think it is a great racquet, but I prefer the 18x20 because it gave me more control but still good access to
Comments: This racket, I suppose, is a very demanding racket. It has a lot of spin, control, and great amounts of
power. I demoed this racket, and I loved it. BUT I think the Wilson k factor k six two is way better than this awesome stick. My dad
said this is for pros only, and that it is too heavy. But technology like this is awesome. I like this racket, and the Wilson k factor k
Comments: I was in the market for a new stick and demoed a ton before I settled on the 6.1. First of all it is heavy.
So if you don't have the arm strength to handle the 12+ oz frame, you're better off with something lighter. But if you are, you'll
be very pleased.
The TW review was pretty dead-on. It is a PLAYERS frame. So if you're a beginner or an intermediate player, you'll struggle using
this racquet. Although it's only a 95 in. head, I found the sweet spot to generous. The thin frame also makes it quite
maneuverable at the net.
Ground strokes were good, serves were good, returns were good...no complaints at all really. A great racquet if you're up to the
task. Definitely worth the demo. I chose the 18x20, but the 16x18 hit well too.
Comments: The review said the control is 84, but I find it less. It gives a lot of power, very nice in spin. It will take a
while to get used to the serves. Solid at net and really stable and solid at the baseline, but I think it needs more control.
Comments: I love the dependability in this racquet. I know how and where to hit with this. It gives me exactly what I
want from nearly every shot. The control is phenomenal and the power can be generated by one's swing. A great straight-forward
weapon with great feel and no nonsense. I give this one a 9 out of 10 in my book.
Comments: This is an amazing racquet with the perfect blend of everything for the all court player. Felt very stable
and good at the net, groundstrokes were good if you really swing like you mean it, and serving was great. Overall just a great
Comments: Great stick!! In my opinion, it does everything very well. It has great balance and is probably the best
racket I've ever had. The only problem I've had with the 16x18 is string durability. Even with Big Banger XP the strings still only
seem to last a few sessions of intense hitting. I mean, this stick just eats up strings. This gets a little frustrating at times ("what??
oh man...not again."), but it is worth it. This may be just an isolated incident, but it seems like I'm stringing it every week. Aside
from the stringing issues, this racket is a beast. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a solid, versatile racket.
Comments: I love this racquet it gives me a lot of power in my tournaments. It is an amazing racquet. It especially
gives me a lot of spin. I am almost 13 and am able to hit serves in the low 80s with this racquet. It is awesome
Comments: This is a great racquet- solid at the net while offering outstanding control from the baseline. It's not for
a new or weaker player because it does not have much power and may be too heavy. Bottom line: If you can handle it, this racquet
will get the job done.
Comments: Beforehand, I had been using the nCode Six-One 95, an excellent racket. However, when I switched the
the supposedly "new and improved" K factor Six-One, it was nice, but it's a totally different racket. I strongly dislike this racket
and definitely would recommend the nCode version. A big disappointment.
Comments: This racquet Is really really really good. It has A lot of control, and a nice swing. This racquet is kind of
heavy (but all the weight is on the handle for control). At first I wasn't doing good but when I was rallying, I got used to it. I really
recommend this racquet. I love my backhands and my groundstrokes really have improved with this racquet.
Comments: This is a great frame. It feels like an extension of my hand. Although not for the power player. A bit
heavy and takes some getting used to, but soon you will love it.
Comments: This is the best of the K Factor Six Ones. The team honestly has no control - the 16-18 has too much
power along with the x version and the 90 only Federer can use properly. This one has TONS of control.
Comments: I found this racket plays like a heavy Babolat Pure Drive Plus. I felt more comfortable with the sweet
spot of the Babolat than this one even though the head size is only 95 s.i. versus 100 s.i. Thus, you better be on your game to hit
with this racket. I think the older Hyper ProStaff version of this racket was better.
Comments: Great racket. Bought one, used it for a few weeks, then bought another one. I love it. I have a much
better groundstroke now, a better second serve (kick), good volleys (not very powerful but precise) and a great two-handed
backhand. Very impressed with this racket over the 16x18, the 6.1 X, and the tour.
Comments: Great disappointment. Compared to the N-code this racket is heavier, stiffer, higher swingweight and
too powerful. As a result I now have tennis elbow. Keep the N-codes, everyone.
Comments: Well, they messed up on the headlight (It's really 12 pts headlight). Other than that, this racket has
been slaying a dragon. Since they discontinued the previous model, the nCode, I had to buy these. Very solid racket, precise and
control orientated. Solid buy.
Comments: I don't think I'll play with anything else ever. Greatest racquet I've ever played with.
Comments: This racquet plays great. Groundstrokes are consistent, volleys are consistent and serves are good too.
This racquet is very control oriented, so if you are a player who can rip balls, then this is the racquet for you. If you are a weaker
player, try to hit with the 16x18. Overall it is a great racquet except for the low power.
Comments: I have used this racquet for a year now, and I loved it! I was awesome at the net and even better at the
baseline. This is a great racket for juniors and adults.
Comments: I demoed the racquet today and found a lot of good results. There's great second serve potential;
groundstrokes were a dream and great touch at the net. All around it's a great stick. It was worth the demo.
Comments: I'm a lifelong user of the Wilson 6.1 line. The nCode was an easy adjustment from the classic. The K
Factor is not as easy to adjust, but given time I think you will like it. You have the feel of the heavier head compared to the nCode,
but the shot plow through is the same as before. The slice is better and has quite a bit more power but more control as well.
Where I see the biggest differences are in the serve and power from groundstrokes. However, as I said, it took about 6 times
playing before I got comfortable. This racquet is not for pushers. Acceleration through ball is needed to get the control and power
this racquet offers.
Comments: This is an amazing racquet I played doubles with it today, and my first serves were like bombs.
Groundstrokes are a dream if hit with good technique. At net I had mixed success, but I guess I need to get used to the racquet
that requires good technique. Great job, Wilson!
Comments: I recently switched from the Head Flexpoint Prestige 98 to the Wilson K Factor (18 x 20) 95. Love the
Wilson. It has more power, lots more stability, with more control than the Head Flexpoint Prestige. This racquet is exceptional on
the one-handed backhand. Equally impressive is the control at the net and the pace I can now generate on my approach shots.
The only downside is it's very heavy and somewhat tiring after a couple hours of play. My only other complaint is I found limited
power when hitting high in the frame. To fix this, I added a little lead tape just below the 10 and 2 spots, and this has significantly
increased the power when catching the ball high on the frame.
Comments: This racquet is great, I have had it for about 9 months, and it is the best racquet I have ever used. It has
a lot of control, but you can still generate a good amount of power. It is great for someone with an all-court game. Wilson has
done a good job with the K Factors.
Comments: This racquet is absolutely amazing. You will not believe the shots that are possible if you step in and
take the ball early. I have a one-handed backhand, which I thought was decent until I tried this. It was incredible; the touch is
awesome. My forehand is also improving with this. I have been able to hit some serves with this racquet that I could never do
before, great feel and spin. The volleys had great precision and control. I do not feel that it is possible to stress how much control
you can get with this stick. Great stick if you are advanced.
Comments: Excellent racquet. Great control without sacrificing power. Very solid and accurate on groundstrokes
and volleys. I recommend this racquet to anyone looking for good control and nice pace from a racquet. Overall great racquet!
Comments: Very good for players who tend to hit it out. But I really think you should go for something else if you
are a true baseliner. This racket has good down the line approaches but is not very good on baseline exchanges, it lacks a lot of
power. You really need to find yourself getting in position and exploding into it for some power. Not for me though, I like the
prince 03 collection, try them out if your a baseliner.
Comments: The best racquet I've ever played with so far. I began with wood racquets, then used the Max 200G,
Prince Graphite I & II, Pro Staff 6.0 Orig., Pro Staff 6.1, Hammer Tour 90, nCode nSix-One (16x18), KSix-One 95 Team (which was
too light and not as stable or power producing as I'd like), and recently this perfect racquet. The 18x20 pattern and 12.3 oz
weight is a perfect combination. I've been stringing racquets since high school, and so I could try various string tensions and
strings. Out of the various strings I've used, Wilson Sensation 17G works great for me. For decreasing vibration, I use the Prince
Silencer Vibration Dampener (which is light, streamline and lies flat with the strings, and has just enough dampening effects). I
also use a Gamma Grip 2 Overgrip.
Comments: If you're a serve-and-volley player this is the right stick for you. This racquet allows for some sick spin
on kickers, and it volleys like butter. I had been using the Head Flexpoint Prestige previously and this racquet is just as crisp at
impact, yet has a livelier feel. It's heavy like any traditional player's frame, but the balance makes it very maneuverable. Perfect
for the chip and charge or all-court player.
Comments: I absolutely love this racket!!! I previously hit with the nCode nSix-One 16x18 until my coach gave me
this racket to use for a lesson. After hitting with it for roughly thirty minutes, I immediately fell in love with it. To me, it swings a
little lighter than the nCodes, but it still has plenty weight to plow through the ball. Despite the dense string pattern, you will find
that it has easy access to spin. When serving, you will find plenty of power without sacrificing control. Overall this is a great stick
and would recommend it to any advance player looking for a control oriented racket.
Comments: My string pattern is (18X20) which gave me much more control then the original version. Also this stick
gives you lots of pop from the base line. I have no idea how big people are or it could be just me but I have a great penetrating
forehand with this racquet. Reason for it (I think) is, because of the added weight to the head which also help's you out a lot on
serves. Overall a fantastic stick the best one on the market. Between this and the Pure Drive I would pick the K. The down side is
vibration it dose have some harmful vibration which I think should have been taken care.
Comments: I was able to demo this frame and loving it. I noticed an improved control with off-centered shots and a
lot more pace on shots when hit in the sweet spot. I prefer the 18x20 string pattern, which definitely gives more control for us
hard hitters. When the stroke is hit correctly, this racket generates good spin. Volleys are well controlled and deep. The increased
head weight makes serving awesome. This will be my next racket to replace my ncode 95.
Comments: I can't believe, the K factor has nothing to do with previous n code model everything different and to
the wrong side. What I got from playing this racquet was tennis elbow do not recommend to anyone! Dead and stiff.
Comments: A good, almost great racquet. Dutch John is right about he head weight - it has noticeable weight at
the top of the hoop which demands a whippy, wristy follow through to your groundstrokes. There is a lot of acceleration once you
get the racquet moving and it's very fast through the impact zone. As others noted, there is not a lot of tactile feedback so you
really need to play this racquet with confidence and a certain degree of abandon. Strong play is rewarded, cautious play is
punished. Serving is nice, typical Wilson player racquet combo of placement and speed. You can hit some wicked angles on serves
and short balls with this racquet. Volleying is fine. I've played about 20 hours with it, unfortunately with a factory Sensation string
job - really a bad string for the way I play and definitely not the string for this racquet. I'm pulling the Sensation and restringing
with P2, which should make a huge difference. The grip stinks. I replaced it with a leather grip and use overwrap.
Comments: I was lucky enough to have a private demo session with a factory Wilson rep. He had 20 to 25 K-Series
frames - half of them were prototypes or soon to be released frames. This was my pick of the bunch. After trying various frames
over the past few years, it was very refreshing to actually feel the head of a racquet. The added weight of this frame (compared to
the "team" style) makes all the difference. Only subtle differences exist between the 16x18 and the 18x20 string pattern. In the
end, increased control of the 18x20 was the deciding factor. Wilson has done an incredible job of covering the entire spectrum of
"control" racquets with the K-Series.
Comments: I demoed the 18x20 and it really disappointed me. I was expecting a solid racquet, but I found it to
have a very soggy non-responsive feel. Even on great shots, the you could feel the weight of the ball way too much. Who knows,
someone out there will play great with it, but its just not for me.
Comments: I love this stick it is way better than the old version. They sent me a stick from the new version 2
months ago. I think 350 grams does not feel that heavy to me because I do fitness every morning at 5:45 to 6:30. I told them to
make my stick 365 grams. I am 15 years old and I am planning to become a pro in 5,6 years. I started playing tennis with my dad
at 9 years.
Comments: I played with this stick along with the Dunlop Aerogel 200, M-Fil 200(18x20) and the Wilson k six-one
(16x18) this is far and a way the best racquet among them. Volleys are crisp and stable, groundstokes are stable, and control is
excellent. I had a tough time hitting spin and kick serves however. If you're looking for a control stick with more weight, this is
Comments: I thought that the k factor compared to the ncode was too muted and compromised ball feel. Although
the specs are stiffer, it does not play any stiffer than the ncode. I did not see that much of a difference. I did like the new kfactor
grip. Really eliminates the need for an overgrip.
Comments: This racquet, compared to the older nSix-one is not any better. It is actually worse, it plays more light,
and is less stable when hitting the hard balls. It seems to have more top weight and less weight in the middle of the frame, it
sucks. I was also less able to generate power with this frame. I have now ordered 2 old nSix-one 95's.
Comments: I love this stick and compared to the n-code version this one isn't as stiff and I feel I can whip through
the ball more. Definitely a good stick.
Comments: The racquet plays a bit dead in the beginning but after a good hit it becomes the best racquet you
would have played with. Also its paintjob is VERY good.
Comments: In contrast to the feedback that has been written for the 16x18 string pattern I found this racquet to
provide exceptional control and feel. Compared to the ncode 95 (18x20) I found a slightly more solid feel of the string bed and
could really swing at the ball without any fear of it sailing out. Overall I would say it is a definite improvement of what was already
a brilliant frame, if you are looking for a weighty control racquet than you won't find better than this!
Comments: I am still wondering why Wilson has not attempted to remake any version of the Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 95
racquet. The K racquet is too similar in my opinion to the other Wilson lines, the Pro Staff 6.1 & the Pro Staff nCode 95. There is
no Wilson Pro Staff in a 18mm beam anymore outside its 90 sq inch head sizes, which is unfortunate.
Comments: This is a very solid frame. The tighter string pattern (18 x 20) definitely adds more control and
precision than the normal version. I really enjoyed playing with this stick.
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