Solinco Outlast 17 (1.20) String Customer feedback
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Comments: Good string! I hybrid it on a Head Prestige 18x20 with a Dunlop multifilament 17G on the cross at 58
lbs, then 54 lbs on the mains (Outlast). I really like it! Great feel and good pop!
Comments: The string is not soft and it is hard compare to Tornado. The string is a control string and medium to
low powered. It is a good string to use to tame down some super powerful racquet if you like. I strung it at 51/48 lbs on a Yonex
VCORE 95D and it was like a stone. I can not recommend it to 18x20 string patterns or string it in the mid 40s.
Comments: Super happy with this string in my Yonex V-Core 95D. Plenty of bite and control, soft on the arm and
seems to be holding tension really well. Perhaps a little more pop than most polys, but not a rocket launcher by any means. Very
happy, suggest anyone who like a full bed of poly and hits reasonably hard should give it a try!
Comments: The Tour Bite was starting to make my arm hurt, so I gave this string a try. Outlast was definitely a lot
softer, with plenty of control and access to as much spin as I want/need. There was plenty of feel on the ball as well. My favorite
of the Solinco lineup of strings.
Comments: In my pursuit for an affordable/playable red polyester, I stumbled upon Outlast 17g from Solinco. I've
tried other red polys such as the Pro Lines, Red Code, Monoblast, you name it. I'd never heard of Sonlico at the time so I had to
give it a try. Bought and strung up one set of this and knew it was for me! I now own a reel of this stuff and I personally think it
matches my Head Prestige racquets. I'm such a sucker for red!
Comments: First try with Solinco, and I like it a lot. I hybrid in crosses with Klip Legend 17 in mains. Attracted by
the description of this being a softer poly, which I need due to TE. I have had no arm or durability issues, and just the right
combo of control/pop with the gut. I'm a 4.0 using Pure Storm GT.
Comments: This string is amazing. It's not real spiny, which I like. But if you want to hit spin it has a lot of bite.
Comments: I think that this string is awesome! Amazing feel, with lots of spin. Keep it up, Solinco!!
Comments: This is yet another high quality Solinco string. However, its claim for maximum durability for a 17
gauge is not perfect. Other leading companies such as Tecnifibre and Babolat, etc. beat it slightly in durability, but I would highly
recommend it to the player who plays for fun that is like 4.0 or below. You guys will love this string.
Comments: Put them on a Prince EXO3 Red, great feel & surprisingly lots of spin...also put on the Solinco overgrip:
Wondergrip, amazing feel!
Comments: Hybrided with Spiky Shark 16g in one racquet, Gosen Sheep Micro 16g in another racquet. Looks great,
lots of spin in the Shark, lots of pop in the Gosen. great for hybriding, and a great price too. Keep it up, Solinco.
Comments: Most durable out of the Solinco polys but still offers amazing playability. Great all around string!
Comments: This is another good offering from Solinco, I tried this string out and really liked it. I liked Tour Bite a
little better because of a little bit more spin, but I thought Outlast had a little more pop if that's what you're looking for.
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