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Comments: This string is inexpensive compared to other natural gut strings and for a good reason, it's inferior. I
put a full bed of it on my racquet and it was strung at slightly higher than mid tension. It plays stiff, the quality is inconsistent
(some spots on the string are much thinner), and it felt like it reduced the sweet spot on my racquet. My shoulder was actually
sore the next day from this string, and this is supposed to be easy on the arm. I got better playability and comfort from
multifilament strings that cost a fraction of the price of this string, so overall I'm very disappointed.
Comments: I have played with a set of this for 20 hours in an 11 ounce Babolat Pure Drive, and I give it a thumbs
up. I have played in the moist air of San Francisco fog for several hours and the string has kept its life. The coating has not
compromised the playability that I have noticed. The string has a soft feel and the power of a good gut string. I will definitely buy
this string again.
Comments: I used Legend 16 in my BLX Pro Open as the main string (63lbs), with Lux BB Original in the cross
(55lbs). This is a really fantastic combination. I feel like I have the control from a poly, with the power of the gut. The durability
from the Legend 16 was outstanding for natural gut, and the tension is holding up very well also. I've been using this string for
about 10 hours now, and the durability of the gut is very good - I think I might have another 10 hours in it at this rate!
Comments: I bought 3 packs of this for my Wilson nTour racquets. I've previously used Babolat VS Gut and was
pleased with it. I had some arm issues after using a poly this summer so I bought this gut to give my elbow a break at a more
reasonable price than VS. I tried and I tried to like this string but I hated it. It degraded my game. All 3 sets played out
differently. The best one frayed heavily and ended up breaking after a normal lifespan. It was still stiffer than I would have
anticipated (58#) and it didn't lose much tension. The second was in the middle, frayed a bit but was still too stiff. The third was
horrendous, played like a board that wanted to kill my arm. After 25+ hours of usage that set had barely frayed at all which is a
Bottom line, this string plays too stiff for natural gut, it doesn't break-in well and with the wrong racquet it can kill your arm. I
wish it weren't so but I recommend coming up with the dough to buy VS or Tonic. I gave this string 2 months on 3 racquets to
play well and none of them did. I have the sore elbow and league losses to prove it.
Comments: I've switched to this string after many years with Tonic. After Babolats' price increase I compared many
types of natural gut, synthetics, polys. I've decided this is the best string for the money you can buy. Durability is amazing, holds
playable tension better than anything else I have tried. Very good for the arm, same or better playability than Tonic.
Comments: This is the 2nd pack I used. But the inconsistency in quality is astounding. The 1st pack was normal.
With increased confidence, I bought a 2nd lot of 3 packs. Tried one full set and applied it. The stringer immediately warned me
that he found the gut string unusually stiff when he did the stringing. Played it for 4 hours, my wrist was nearly broken. When I
compare the new set with my older set (with 60+ hours on the clock), I could not believer how bad the new set felt. The poor
quality is very mysterious: the wrap/packaging looks new as usual, just that the strings feel dead and very stiff, even worse than a
worn out cheap synthetic. I'm not sure what to do with the other 2 unopened packs, as my wrist tells me I have to stop using
them. Before Klip, I had been using Babolat Tonic+ for years without any complaints. The switch is due to big jump in price of
Comments: I am using the 17g KLIP in my mains strung at 62lbs and 18g Wilson NXT in the crosses, strung at
58lbs. String wear after 6 weeks (I play 4 times per week) is simply amazing. Tension loss was minimal. Easy on the arm. The feel,
power and control are the best I have ever had and I have been playing for 35 years. I have used VS, Victor Imperial (remember
that one?), Bow Brand, you name it....this gut is very very good.The incredible durability is due in large part to the fact that my
racquet string pattern is very dense (18mains) and I hit with a continental grip (not a ton of topspin). I'm tempted to try some
polyester but would like to ask if anyone thinks that is wise since I don't use a lot of topspin.
Should I put the gut in the mains (like I have it now) or put the poly in the mains?
Any advice woud be appreciated. Our message boards are a great place to ask questions like this. http://tt.tennis-
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Comments: Amazing string to use with Luxilon. I play with a Wilson Kfactor 95 with the gut on the mains at 60 and
Luxilon ALU Power at 54 on the mains. The durability is also amazing, much better then any other gut string out there. I'm a hard
hitting baseliner with a big serve and huge topspin on both sides.
Comments: Garbage. Don't waste your time. These broke while hybrid stringing as crosses with Luxilon BB. Never
even got to hit with them. Had to go back to VS gut. I don't use natural gut anymore, too expensive.
Comments: Hey, it's Natural Gut! Gut is great to hit with - better spin, soft and awesome power. All gut lasts pretty
well when mixed with a poly main. It maintains its playability longer even compared to high-end synthetics like Gamma
Professional or Tecnifibre Biphase. This Klip NG string did have some big flaws that ended up unraveling and shortening the
lifespan. I also found that it started fraying sooner than some of the other Natural Gut strings. I like the consistency of Babolat
Tonic, Bow Brand or even BDE better compared to the Klip.
Comments: Legend 16G gut in crosses (60lb) with Luxilon Fluoro poly 16g mains (57lb). Legend is an excellent
string - I am not a gut expert but gut string really plays better than syn gut, multi, or polys. This string is very soft with very good
spin, power and feel. Very durable in hybrid with poly mains - more than 20 hours and still plays well. A bit tricky to string - just
be careful to not crimp it. Will try other gut but this hybrid plays very well. It frays but just ignore it as it still plays great.
Comments: Legend 16 is about 90-95% of the good compared to the 17 gauge and 15-20% more durable. I've
tried Pacific Tough Gut, VS and Tonic+. Legend has the most control for power players and plenty of touch for slicing and drop
shots. I also found it to be more durable than Tough Gut. It bites the ball really well and tension after initial 10% loss stays true
for a while. A must try if you use NG.
I used it with K90 and now with Pure Storm Ltd.
Comments: This is a soft string that has a texture to give you added control. Durability is decent and is a
comparable string to the Babolat.
Comments: I have recently started using KLIP Natural Gut in a hybrid setup with Big Banger Ace in the mains. It is
simply the finest combination of strings I have ever used. I can never go back to synthetic gut or multi for my cross strings, I am
hooked. What has really amazed me is the durability, I have been using only one of my racquets so as to gauge the number of
hours I can get out of one set of strings. I am happy to report that I am 20 hrs in and barely see any fraying. I usually break strings
every 4-6 hours, so this is phenomenal. KLIP Legend is worth every penny, period. Just as good if not better than Babolat VS 16
and $10 cheaper. Order it now. I'm a hard hitting 5.0 player with decent amount of top on both sides.
Comments: Amazing string great feel and really soft the durability is great as well nice hybrid it with luxilon big
banger alu rough; amazingly the luxilon popped before the klip gut
Comments: I use this string in a hybrid with Iso-Speed Pro strings. Out of all of it's good qualities (spin, durability,
power, ect.) I was amazed how much spin I got. A great string choice for any player.
Comments: synthetic gut, nylon and Luxilon, I bought a set of these strings not expecting a lot of durability.
Needless to say I have been very surprised. The first racquet was strung with Nylon/Gut and it lasted about four days of playing.
Then I strung the next racquet with Luxilon and the Legend string at 56/60 respectively. Wow what a surprise. The feel was
wonderful and I am still swinging the racquet after breaking the other two racquets with synthetic gut. Although I once thought
that cheaper string lasted longer, I am rethinking my decisions. If this string continues to wear as it has, there is no doubt I will
switch to this string for good on the crosses. The feel is wonderful and as far as stringing, I can't see a lot of difference in
difficulty but stringing the gut vs syn gut. All in all, everything I have read about this string was right on. If you're looking for the
feeling of gut with the durability of syn gut, this is your string. I'm tough to please and this string has been wonderful. Now all I
need to do is find another option for the mains....
Comments: Wow what a string, I use these or the 17g on my Babolat aeropro drive at 82lbs (yeah
82, I string my rackets myself). They really grab the ball, giving lots of control, or just keeping the ball inside the
lines. They have lasted amazingly, it's been a few weeks, and they're still playing awesome, notching comes
from string movement and when strung tight, they don't slide much at all. Great all around string. I'm a high
school player (4.0-4.5) with fast strokes and lots of pace off both sides.
Comments: Fantastic string with a lot of pop and all the control! I have used the Klip string as well
Tonic, VS and tried the Titan. I think the Klip blows away the Titan and plays as well as the Babolat VS but
seems to be lasting
longer (which I cannot believe). I highly recommend this string and you cannot beat the price!
Comments: A great way to experience the ultimate in control without the ultimate
in price. Klip holds up really well and is easy on my arm. The control was the best I've ever
experienced but don't expect too much in the power department. Strung in a Dunlop 300G @
Comments: The best decision I have made concerning my equipment upgrade.
True gut strings can change your whole attitude, Klip has a great product. Even the pro who
strung the racquets is now motivated to get some. He was very surprised at the ease of
stringing. Even a miser like myself feels I finally got my monies worth.
Comments: Increased my ball speed by about 25%. I use a Volkl Tour 10 MP
and play 4-5 times a week. The power that I get from the Legend was really astounding. I
had heard that Klip makes the majority of the natural gut on the market, but that they only sell
their first grade in their name. This was the best gut I have tried in a long, long time because
it did two things great. First, it held its tension very well (I know it's supposed to do that).
Second, the durability was excellent compared to other natural guts. Can't beat that. I highly
recommend you try the Legend.
Comments: The Klip gut is a great product. It has great feel and
responsiveness, kind of like the "old school" gut from back in the day. Lasted as well. Well
worth the try!
Comments: Great String! I also tried the BDE gut and the Pacific gut but the
Legend had a great pocketing effect and was very responsive from the first shot to the last. I
felt it was very durable (15 hrs) considering I use a lot of topspin. Also, it held tension very
well. Great price compared to the other natural gut prices.
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