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Comments: This string offers outstanding performance at low tensions. Power, control, spin, comfort, tension
maintenance, and durability. My son who plays futures uses it in a Head Prestige Pro at 36 lbs. Hands down best string on
the market. I've tried them all.
From: Tony, 12/15
Comments: I think I'm missing something -- I put these in my Yonex Ai 100 and the first ball I hit at practice
met the strings and went right in to the ground. The second ball hit the bottom of the net. I cannot emphasize enough
how low powered the string is. I restrung it all away down to 45 pounds on my 100 square inch stiff frame and it didn't feel
any different than 50 pounds. I'm not saying that's a bad thing, I'm just saying it was a lot less power than I expected and
I wasn't expecting much to begin with. After playing two sets at 45 pounds, I'm still not finding the pocketing that I'm
really looking for so I think I may retry it at 40 pounds, heck, maybe even 35 lbs. I will keep you posted. I'm a 4.0, heavy
From: Chris, 9/15
Comments: I love this string! I've been playing with 4G in my Wilson BLX 90 for a while now. I loved that too,
however, as much as I liked all of 4G's characteristics, it caused me shoulder pain. Which always happens with Lux for me.
So I researched the Pro Poly Tour, liked what I heard and decided to give it a shot. Super, super happy I made the switch.
Much more spin; much, much softer, better pocketing. Extra pop. Good control. Wish I would've gotten the 16 gauge
though. Next time. I'm a 4.5 all court player with big strokes. Painted the baseline all night tonight. Huge on serves flat or
slice. Hits heavy balls. You'll be very happy you tried this string. Oh yeah, it was the yellow one, maybe the black is even
From: PJS, 8/15
Comments: What is that yellow stuff you have in your racquet? I tell them it is Yonex Poly Tour string and they
look confused. This is the first poly string that I have used that gave me the 'poly' difference. This yellow stuff that Yonex
makes has been a game changer for me. The shape of the shot this string creates is amazing, good clearance and lots of
spin. I've had players tell me that a lot of the shots I was hitting had some bite/kick to them. I used the strings and got
away from them primarily only because of too high tensions. That is the key with the poly -- find a low tension in the 50s,
or lower, that works and stick to it! Will I be trying out the string again? It's a no brainer.
From: John, 6/15
Comments: I was happily surprised with this Yonex string. This stuff is a lot easier on the arm than other polys
used. Also has good power if strung at lower tension. Currently I string this up in my Yonex Ezone Ai 98 at 45 lbs. Great
and enough feel to slice or carve drop volleys. Definitely recommended.
From: Anon, 12/14
Comments: It's true to its description at the back of the packaging , it's easy on your shoulder! So happy that I
switched to this poly because it's really a control oriented one. You can take your biggest stroke and be not afraid that it
long. Spin is great so if you have flat strokes then it's perfect. Perfect lobs. I really like it. I use it with Sensation 16 as my
string it at 50 lbs.
From: Jaq, 10/14