TW Racquet Experts Selecting the right racquet and string for your game can be a difficult task. When you consider the tremendous amount of racquets available, and pair them with the even larger selection of strings on the market, you are looking at a mountain of combinations! Here at Tennis Warehouse, we want to make the selection process a bit easier for you. That's why we have a talented group of Racquet Experts on staff to help each player find the right racquet and string combination for their play style. Call or email us with your questions, and a Racquet Expert will be happy to point you in the right direction!
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This is a revolutionary year for HEAD Racquetball in both looks and technology. The HEAD Meanstreak 175 Racquet features HEAD's Corrugated Technology in the throat increasing stiffness by 12% over other conventional racquets, drastically increasing power. These racquets will play less stiff than the AMP racquets and more stiff than the Extreme. At 175 grams unstrung the HEAD Meanstreak is a very powerful racquet ideal for the intermediate to advanced power player.
All racquets come factory strung with a wrist cord installed. Click the Specs tab for more details.
|Unstrung Weight: 175g*|
|Strung Weight: 195g|
|Strung Balance: 6 pts Head-Heavy|
|Strung Swingweight: 161 kg x cm² (high dynamic inertia = power)|
|Factory String: HEAD MegaBlast 16 Black|
|Factory Grip: HEAD HydroSorb Wrap Grip Black|
|Cover: Not included by manufacturer|
16 Mains / 16 Crosses
Mains skip: 8H
Shared Holes: 5H,6H,7H,9H
|Head Size: 106 sq. in.|
|Racquet Length: 22 in.|
*Unstrung weight is part of the name given to this racquet by the manufacturer; all other specs are measured by Racquetball Warehouse USRSA Master Racquet Technicians on a Babolat Racquet Diagnostic Center machine. String never weighs more than 25 grams, so if there is more than a 25 gram variance between Unstrung Weight and Strung Weight then the manufacturer most likely measured the Unstrung Weight of the raw graphite frame (i.e. without grip, grommets, or paint). In addition, due to the porous nature of graphite material, manufacturers approve of a +/- 10 gram variance during the manufacturing process.