New Prince tennis racquets have arrived! Prince has released 6 new racquet frames with brand new racquet technology. The racquet selection features three different racquet models: the Prince Premier (115L & 105), Prince Warrior (100 & 100L), & Prince Tour (98 & 100T). Prince has made key improvements to their franchising of the racquets reducing from four to three cutting the Thunder series. Prince also has released updates to the Classic series (Original Graphite 100, 100LB, 107) to go along with the Prince Response 97.
The Prince Premier models really focus on the comfort & power aspects of tennis. The racquets are labeled as the game improvement collection, designed for shorter slower stroked players who are looking for maximum power in a lightweight frame. Both versions of the Premier racquet (115L & 105) feature ESP “Extreme String Pattern” technology, an aggressively open designed string pattern that is set to deliver up to 30% more spin. More spin can result in higher net clearance for more consistency and heavier, more-penetrating shots. These racquets are on sale now for $219.00 with a $10 discount if you decide to purchase more than one!
The Warrior models are tailored for players with moderate to full strokes who are looking for that perfect blend of power & control. These new “tweener” racquets really focus on blending the perfect amount of power & spin. The Warrior collection utilizes 3 different types of playing features to meet the needs of today’s modern tennis athlete. The extreme string pattern technology generates up to 30% more spin to go along with an update to the EXO3 technology for up to 54% larger sweet spot. This racquet is a pro style racquet for a classic feel with maximum feed back. These racquets can be purchased for the cost of $199.00 with the $10 discount if you decide to purchase more than one.
The new player collection “Prince Tour” is the ideal racquet series for the player looking for more spin and control. The Tour racquet series excels both from the baseline and the net and benefits from the new extreme string pattern technology. The tour series is best suited for players with long full swings who are looking for precise control. These racquets can be purchased for $199.00 with the $10 discount if you decide to purchase more than one.
— Midwest Sports (@MidwestSports) October 11, 2013
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