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Comments: Tour Bite is definitely a spin friendly string. Had this strung up in my modified APD (the original
which is about 12.8 ounces) at 52 lbs and it had really nice spin and control. My kick serve jumped up pretty nicely, (I
almost hit a couple people in the face), and groundstrokes stayed in the court. I've had arm problems though, so this isn't
a string I can use but I can definitely recommend it if you have a healthy arm.
From: Shintaro, 1/16
Comments: Recently strung this string in my Wilson Blade 18x20 at 50 pounds. It was extremely spin friendly
and powerful. Surprisingly it was a lot more comfortable than many have stated, it removed a lot of forearm pain I had
when I used to string with Luxilon Alu Power. I did not even need to use a dampener which I prefer for feel. The only
complaint was the higher launch angle compared to the circular shape of Alu power, which was solved by hitting with the
string for about 15 minutes.
From: Timothy, 10/15
Comments: This is the greatest string I have ever used. Great spin, a lot of power, good comfort! I highly
recommend Solinco Tour Bite!
From: Antoine, 4/15
Comments: It was sort of an accident that I got these strings on my AeroPro Drive, but I'm not complaining!
strings, strung at 56 lbs, gave me so much spin and control at the same time. I feel much more confident taking a full swing
groundstrokes. Now I have a crisp hit with a nice pop and it's all good!
From: Joe, 3/15
Comments: Took a 2 year break from playing after literally playing at least 4 times a week for 13 years and I
struggled to find a string that I liked. A pro suggested this string to me and I must say I've very pleased. It has that crips
great mix of control and power that I was looking for instead of feeling like I was hitting with a tampoline when I tried the
brands, Gamma etc.
From: Darris, 10/14
Comments: I recently strung this at 58 lbs in my Wilson Steam 99S -- so far it feels great and provides better
Maybe due to my racquet, the durability doesn't differ from Luxilon either. But way cheaper about half the price, so I got
going for me.
From: Siddiq, 3/14
Comments: Im the #1 player on my high school team and top 3 in the county and I have this strung at 54 lbs in
Head IG Prestige MP and the string has great bite. Similiar to Volkl Cyclone in bite and I think it provides slightly better
could really kick my serve out wide. Though, if your a player who tends to get lazy half way through a match I wouldnt
this string cause your gonna catch the tape a lot. Next I'm going to try the Tour Bite/Vanquish hybrid because I'd like to get
more crisp feel.
From: PA, 12/13
Comments: Solinco, Solinco, Solinco! They have done it again! They produced a great string at an affordable
am a 4.5 and play a good amount of tennis and truly think this is a great string. I would recommend to any competitive
From: Davis, 11/13
Comments: I bought this string for my Pro Staff 95 and sure was I surprised! My friend is sponsored by
strings so he tossed me a pack. It feels like a Luxillon but just lower in price. The pop this string makes at 52 lbs is so nice.
the best strings, so underrated.
From: Nicholas, 4/13
Comments: This string is very stiff so if you have a lot of arm problems then do not buy! For me, these worked
great. It takes a while of getting used to coming from a soft string. My serves were the hardest to adjust because the
hard and stiff. But once I got the hang of it, my serves increased in pace and accuracy. These strings have a lot of power
and allows me to place a lot of my shots where I want. The strings also never move and doesn't catch the fuzz from the
ball at all.
highly recommend this string for players looking for power and control in place of comfort.
From: Quan, 4/13