Wilson Clash 100 Tennis Racket

Mar 12, 2019

Category: Gear

In the fast-paced sport of tennis, your racket should complement your natural motion. After three years in the development phase, Wilson created the Clash 100 Tennis Racket to bend with you, maximizing your swing and elevating your game.

The ‘FreeFlex’ carbon technology used in the Clash 100 allows the racket to bend with any type of swing style. By using proprietary carbon mapping, horizontal and vertical strokes can be executed with complete control as the racket adheres to your flow. It also utilizes ‘StableSmart’ technology to provide you with incredible stability, allowing the racket frame to shift in pre-specified dimensions. Thanks to its innovative construction, this tennis racket can hold the ball 23% longer than the leading racket before blasting it off to the opponent. Wilson is so confident in their revolutionary tennis racket that they’re offering a full refund within two months of purchase if you’re not 100% satisfied with the Clash 100. You can pick up this racket today for $249.

Purchase: $249

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