Whiteout 305

The WHITEOUT is designed to offer players with faster swing speeds a precise, control and feel-oriented racquet. It features a thinner, constant beam width design with greater flexibility and Foam Tech Core technology to reduce vibration and enhance the feel of the racquet.

Headsize  :  98 in²
String Pattern  :  16 X 19
Weight  :  305 g
Balance  :  320 mm
Length  :  27 in
Beam Width  :  21.7 mm

Recommended Tension  :  45 lbs – 50 lbs

RACQUET TECHNOLOGY

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Weight Control Module

Interchangeable 5 gram and 10 gram butt-cap plates can be used to modify, adjust, and tailor the weight and balance of the racquet.

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Foam Tech Core

Optimally formulated PU density foam is utilized to fill the head of the racquet to reduce vibration and enhance feel.

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40T Carbon Fiber

40T Hi-modulus Carbon Fiber is strategically placed at the 3 and 9 o’clock positions of the racquet to enhance the impact zone, increasing the sweetspot, stability and power of the racquet.

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Liquid Crystal Technology

Liquid Crystal Fibers are incorporated into the design of the racquet to optimize flex, reduce vibration, and improve the overall feel and play of the racquet.

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