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Comments: Recently put this in my Volkl Organix V1 Pro, full bed at 57 lbs. Wow! Killer setup. Gets me great
control, feel and power. I also enjoyed Silverstring, but I think this one is even better. Highly recommended string.
From: Pat, 12/16
Comments: I have this string on the crosses in my Dunlop 4D 100 and Pacific Classic 17g on the mains @
offers great control, good spin potential, easy on the arm and the power is just right for me. So far, I've put around 18
them and they are still going strong.
From: Cristian, 10/12
Comments: I'm a long-swing, topspin all-court player with Volkl 10 MPs. Good string for spin, with moderate
power and some softness compared with other polys. Drops a bit in tension first then stabilizes well and stays there.
gut and multis very well due to good elasticity compared with other polys. Perhaps not as spin producing as some shaped
but probably ranks quite highly overall. Very comfortable on the arm for a poly and therefore very good as a cross in hybrid
setups using other strings as power mains. Good longevity - good value for money. Recommend it if you trying to find a
From: Aldo, 11/11
Comments: I use Co.-Focus as the cross with VS Touch Black mains at 53/48 lbs. This low friction hybrid
extraordinary spin potential, control, and comfort. The Co.-Focus tension loss and durability complements the VS gut
I've tried many different polys and multis as a cross with VS mains and no other string approaches Co.-Focus' arm friendly
performance. Family and friends have adopted this hybrid and loved it too!
From: Timothy, 8/11
Comments: My favorite cross for natural gut mains by far. It holds tension very well and its elasticity means it
doesn't notch the mains as much as other co-poly crosses.
From: Noel, 8/11