Tecnifibre T-Fight 300 XTC Frame

$210.00

Tecnifibre T-Fight 300 XTC Frame.

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Description

Tecnifibre T-Fight 300 XTC Frame

MANUFACTURER`S DESCRIPTION

The ideal balance of power, comfort and control.

SPECIFICATIONS
WEIGHT: 300g / 10.5 oz
HEAD SIZE: 630 cm² / 98 in²
BALANCE: 320 mm /7 headlight
STRING PATTERN: 16X19
LENGTH: 68.5 cm / 27 in
SECTION: 21.5 / 22.5 mm
GRIP SIZES: 2, 3, 4


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We are Stringing Experts

Our Master Stringers are trained by the US Racquet Stringer’s Association.
Racquet Network is a member of the prestigious Yonex Stringing Team.
In 2017, members of the Racquet Network custom stringing team were invited to string at the Canadian Open Badminton Championships in Calgary.
In 2018, we strung racquets for professionals at the National Bank Challenger Event in Calgary.

Installing Racquet Strings

Racquet Network offers both custom stringing and discount stringing options.


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Specifications

ESW 0.350 kg
ESD 70 × 27 × 4 cm
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Warranty

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