I smell the rubber which makes a line with the conventional rubber.
People weak should not be weak.
I used 1.9 mm in F of the cut racket.
The cut is solidly cut and goes down low. Tsutski and serve also run out, it seems that there is no deficiency in the defensive technique.
Also, at the time of attack, you can hit hard drives with arcs from anywhere in front, middle and back.
Although the price is not cheap, it is a proper performance, so if it is as stable as it is cutman, if you think that you want to attack as well, it is a good rubber that you can enter into the choice.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket KOJI MATSUSHITA
Use extremely thin on the B side of the cut racket.
If you do not cut it, it will be donakle according to the name, turn it downwards if you cut it down against the name.
It is a terrible rubber.
In particular, cutting to the loop drive can be done with intense rotation, knuckles can be done.
It is spooky enough for relatively slow speed cuts to enter with low trajectory.
Also on the bench, it is also possible to do something nasty, such as sinking and pushing.
Anyway, I will price, but recommended for backside of cutman.
Overall8/10 Speed4 Spin8 Control6 Hardness Soft
Recomend racket KOJI MATSUSHITA
Used in SK7 classic and Clipper Wood's fore.
If you express your impressions in a word, halfway in a good or bad way.
Impression that the balance between rotation and speed, the height of trajectory is between 05 and 64.
It draws arcs quickly, but due to my own technical shortage, I did not know exactly which image to drive with my drive.
At the time of inquiry, when you hit it well, the elongation after bouncing to the opponent's court was quite substantial, and it became a drive that could float your opponent's upper body.
Contrary to such momentum of blowing, short serve and stop are quite easy, with a weak impact it is adults, with a strong impact a violent ball comes out, a dreamlike rubber, but difficult to master with his skill level I felt.
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket SK7 Classic
It is a design with a sense of quality, not too thin, round and easy to grasp.
Until now, rackets of special material type have been shunned and I used them mainly for seven plywoods, but it can be transferred without discomfort.
Anyway, any technology is easy to do.
Serve, stop, tikita, block, drive, counter all have no hard-to-play technology.
There is a sense to grasp anyhow, especially the fore drive and the counter stabilize.
The front spinner The rear spinning ball is running on top of everyone easy to use.
The rubber feels like a hard spin tension.
Once I used Reighan as a bag, I felt it was too soft to be unsatisfactory.
I would like to continue to use it as a favorite racket.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
I bought the Inner Force Layer ZLC because it was similar in price to plywood, and I bought it. I could buy it for ten thousand minutes. cheap.
In a word, it is a high balance racket.
Serve: Cut low and short without going wild.
Receive: Possible without difficulty.
F drive: Grab. It is easy to take out a high arc and stab with a stable trajectory. When it is a strong impact, it's carbon, so it's enough distance from the rear side.
B drive: It is hard to make a mistake with a high arc.
Block: It is possible easily because it does not go wild.
Counter: It's pretty easy to grab because it's pretty.
Anyway, there is no generally difficult technology, and good balance is the most important feature.
It is the stop that has hit most and became "O". Stop just stop, of course, quite good feel to stop the cut. It is easy to cut without trying to cut hard, and it stops low. It was a high score.
The grip is smooth and easy to hold, and may be an honest, professional racket.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
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