Innershield Layer ZLF
[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
Constructed using Inner fiber technology.
Innershield Layer offers soft impact and is equipped with 2 ZL fiber layers.
Brings sharpness and sense of stability when cutting the ball.
- 18,000 Yen（Include tax 19,800 Yen）
- Product code
- 166 × 155mm
- Five plywood (Wood, ZL carbon, 7 ply wood)
Eternal beginner （Experience：４〜５ years） Rotation Yoshi
Rotation of the cut is the one ranking. Is its on excellent stability. There is worth using once.
Overall8/10 Speed4 Spin9 Control8 Touch8
Kazen （Experience：１１〜２０ years） There is a little wrinkle and it is very soft
The cut is supple and the drive is fairly good. It is quite soft and easy to cut, but I felt wrinkles when driving and smashing. But if you get used to it is a pretty good racket.
Overall7/10 Speed4 Spin7 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Soft
Codename X Lin （Experience：４〜５ years） Too much
Cut out serve is easy! It is a service ace mass production with the lower rotation serve lol
I think that it is recommended to drive from the middle team easy to attack type cutman
Overall9/10 Speed4 Spin10 Control9 Touch6 Hardness Little soft
Mine （Experience：６〜１０ years） For attack-oriented cutman
As described by other users, it does not play much with cut rubber, so you need some degree of swing and power. However, if you put up a tension type rubber such as Tenazi 05 · 64 or Victus, it will be much better.
Because it does not overdo too much, it is clear to attack at the essential point, the feeling of grip at cut and Tsutski is very good, and if you put on the tension type rubber you wrote earlier, if you stretch the tension type rubber you wrote, The ball will fly.
Cut in Nakaze 6 - 70% It is highly recommended for players of about 3 to 40% attack.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
Table tennis （Experience：６〜１０ years） In order to become strong
I think that the point where cutman chooses a racket is easy to grasp, or that the momentum is suppressed in your image. It is that you want to add only one impression to that impression is easy to turn with the kurukuri. Certainly it may be easy to grasp, but I think that the players of grains are often struck with less rotation, especially in the front team. So if you can turn it around with Kurukuru it is ideal for the front team to be trucking on the back rubber and the grip that will be cut off by grains at the back in the back. Takifire D and Karl P - 3 are very met with the inner shield, but the combination of rubber is your choice.
Also, since this racket will take a great deal of rotation as well, it is quite difficult for me to cut so far, and those who are in trouble because they do not get caught well do want you to try it.
Overall10/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control10 Touch6 Hardness Little soft
Kana （Experience：２〜３ years） I do not play ....
I combined butterfly's recommended combination as it is, but I will not play w
Fore striking: It will stabilize, but it will be shorter if you do not swing faster. Also, it may hurt my wrist because it resonates quite a hand.
Tsutsuki: Tsutsuki will also stabilize. It does not over even if you rotate it exactly.
Drive: If it is an odd swing, it draws an arc before crossing the net and it becomes a net. I think it is also due to rubber. If you swing it in full swing, draw a curved line firmly and it will fit on the table. I do not rub too much, I think that it is better to hit the ball too much.
Cut: Stability is outstanding. Smooth blows are suppressed smoothly. However, it is difficult to rotate a little because it is necessary to hit as if to push out a little if it is a rubber that does not play like a takin 'chop. I think there are a few tricks to spin.
If you combine with this, tenazi, rosena and other bouncy high tension series are considered good. The price is also a difficult point.
Overall6/10 Speed3 Spin7 Control9 Touch5 Hardness Little soft
Zhang_Zike_Love （Experience：４〜５ years） The highest peak of the cutting racket
Although it is the racket that does not bounce the most among butterfly rackets, if you paste TENERGY, you can get it off. You can pierce the drive behind the opponent's coat with intense rotation from under the table even after you have dropped greatly downwards and cut it. I changed from defense pro to here, but the attack power of the fore improved to a certain extent. ZLF is arranged in the inner, the absolute value when rotating is high, it has the highest peak performance as a cutting racket. The backcut accuracy is also high, it is also possible to attack in the back from a long distance. (I need a fairly fast swing, but if I go with the sense of spinning steadily, I will fly away with the sounds peculiar to the thin rubber "Cocoon") If you want to attack even with cut man, it's a drive, but you can stick with cuts There is a racket you want to take in the hand once you have it
Overall9/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control10 Touch8 Hardness Soft
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