[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Spin and Control are excellent.
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The new Hadraw Shield is a defensive blade of the next generation.
Its thin 5-ply structure makes for less weight and adds control to any defensive situation.
- Product code
- 166 × 155mm
- Five plywood (Wood, 5 ply wood)
Yutchi @ cut Versatile defensive pro racket
Than rubber encased in very shot feeling softer I think is suitable for those who fell in the defense put a rubber softer. However it is insanely heavy. It It was completely heavier than Joo Sae-hyuk. . . Cut of the cut, when you complain about the stability is not to attack, the drive will stretch the ball! A ball is out of power. Lobbing strike might get prolonged, but there is also a heavy thing, will never be easy runs if Nebare patiently. Finally, even those Shibuya professional model same plywood configurations so that Shibuya professional model and was in trouble out of print, please use all means!
Overall7/10 Speed6 Spin7 Control7 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Chop （Experience：６〜１０ years） All purpose
It is very good for the cut and the cut of the azalea, the sense of stability. Furthermore, it is hard to be pushed by powerful balls because there is weight of racket and it is easy to control. I used to play diff play in the past, but here I feel the weight is transmitted to the ball. In addition, it is easy to attack because it has a moderate momentum. It's more important than stability, but it's easy to rotate, so the drive is extended well. It is a racket with a very good balance of offense and defense. Speaking of balance, there is VICTAS Koji Matsushita, is it a more defensive image than there is? It is difficult to put out a hand because it is expensive, but it is a fairly good racket
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Piro （Experience：６〜１０ years） The balance is great
I used to use the Matsushita Pro model before, but I was looking for a racket that takes advantage of the high particle size of the backcut usage rate because it is a cut-off type, suffering from plastic balls that are difficult to rotate.
It is a contradiction that it is contradictory that you can counterattack while suppressing the impetus, but this racket feels that the quality of technology such as bench, drive etc. will be reflected as it is physical ability. If you want to attack, nowadays there is a tension rubber and you can thicken the sponge.
It is said that today's cutman is an attack, but you can control it like a racket without such features, but it is necessary for the cutman to be like a racket without this feature.
I think it is a racket that reflects the characteristics of the rubber as it is.
If you dare to complain
When price is more than 10,000 yen though it is five pieces of plywood
The problem is that the density of grip trees is low and they are easily rubbed and soiled.
Overall9/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control9 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Mayor Cutman （Experience：４〜５ years） High-performance cutman racket with both offense and defense
Although it is a soft racket as a whole, the top plate is somewhat hard and compatible with grain height is good. I think that there is a liking, but the compatibility with the sponge's hard curl P1, spike P1, Feintlong 2 etc. was particularly good feeling. Moreover, I think that the compatibility with the hard rubber is likewise good for the foreground as well. There was a bit of momentum in the cuts, and even if it was combined with the sticky rubber, which does not bounce, it was able to be handled without falling in a strange fashion. Because it is thin board thickness, it is easy to rotate in service and stop various technologies, and it is a very strong racquet in the scene where delicate touch is required. It is personally subtle that it resonates in the hand with a dull shot feeling like a racket that seems to be stable, although it stabilizes when blocking the opponent's bang if it says so strongly. However, it is not a racket that is easy to be pushed, and it is one that you can recommend to a wide range of cut mans from beginner to advanced as a high performance racket with both offense and defense.
Overall9/10 Speed6 Spin10 Control9 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
All rounder Janagawa （Experience：４〜５ years） Thought
I tried to buy what Shibuya pro model is like
I had a weight that was scary when I tried it but I thought that this would be the best racket as a cutman
I was surprised when I tried hitting it.
I can make a stable rally with reasonable feeling
And when I cut it I was even more surprised
You can tear away steadily
It is also good to protect with crown cutting, even an attack type cut that makes a gap and makes an attack!
It was a universal racket for the time being
Overall8/10 Speed6 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Raspai （Experience：４〜５ years） It is hard and heavy.
Friend used. I also tried using it but I get a very sense of stability in the cut.
It used to be 05 before but it seems that it was made to 05 fx because it is too hard.
Overall9/10 Speed5 Spin10 Control9 Touch8 Hardness little hard
DONG 7 （Experience：６〜１０ years） A defensive racket that is stable with both defenders
I borrowed it to the same club's cut man. First of all, the forecut can return with a strong downward rotation. Since it is a racket with a little bit of momentum, the cut was of course stabilized. I used grains for the back, but as with the fore, a stable return ball is possible. The attack is also stabilized for a defensive racket. It is a racket recommended for those who want a stable cut.
Overall8/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
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