The Kinetic 15G Light comes close to offering the best of both worlds. It's light and
maneuverable, yet stable and comfortable. It offers a 105 square-inch head for a larger
sweetspot but doesn't sacrifice control. It's slightly longer for added reach and leverage
without the "feeling" of a longbody racquet. For players seeking a racquet in the
medium-power category, the Kinetic 15G Light is a great alternative. For players seeking all
of the above and who suffer from tennis elbow, it doesn't get much better than Kinetic
System Technology; an integrated system using kinetic pellets that's extremely effective
in dampening frame vibration and shock. The medium power and maneuverability of the
Kinetic 15G Light make it an appealing choice for a variety of playing styles. Stronger 3.5
level players to 5.0 players seeking a little extra pop from a lightweight package should give
the Kinetic 15G Light a try.
This racquet does not come with a cover
105 sq. in. / 677 sq. cm.
|Length: 27.5 inches / 70 cm|
|Strung Weight: 9.6oz / 272g|
|Balance: 2 pts Head Heavy|
|Beam Width: 25 mm Head/23 mm Shaft|
|Composition: 100% High Modulus Graphite|
|Power Level: Medium High|
|Swing Speed: Moderate|
|Grip Type: Kinetic|
16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains skip: 7T,9T,8H
No shared holes
|String Tension: 55-68 pounds|
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