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      Product Specifications


      16 gauge / 1.30mm


      40 feet / 12 meters

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      Babolat Pro Hurricane Tour 16

      Get the maximum power and spin out of your shots using Babolat Pro Hurricane Tour 16 tennis string. It supplies ample comfort to keep you hitting shots harder and with more spin longer than ever without fatigue.

      • Polyester string.
      • Provides comfort and exceptional spin.
      average rating 4.5 out of 5
      Based on 2 reviews
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      2 Reviews
      Rated 5 out of 5
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      Pro Hurricane Tour 16 - long lasting feel and power.

      I grew up playing w/ TSG, Synthetic Guy, Prince Endurance, VS Gut, etc., so I do miss the cushiony feel of the old strings. I even had a tendon injury when I 1st switched to mono strings. Pro Hurricane Tour can hurt if strung too tight, so figure out what works for you. Compared to Luxilon and Head versions of similar strings, PHT has more feel, the reason I stick with it.

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      Rated 4 out of 5
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      Good All Around durable string

      I have tried RIP control, ALU Rough, ALU Spin, SPPP, and X-One Biphase in my Head Speed Pro. Its a 16x19 strung fully it sits at 12.3ish oz. The PHT is the best all around to me. I am a string breaker, because I use lots of slice and spin related shots. I also like to swat the ball. These strings have been solid in durability. The spin is great, and the power is decent too. There is also decent control with these. It is the best all around string for me. if you want to spend a little less, get the Pro Hurricane, but these are great all around strings for a player like me, who wants something that will last. The strings don't really move, and the only thing I can think of is it loses tension over time, but every string does this. Buy a pack, and you won't be disappointed. The only con is my racquet is pretty stiff in its own right. When I combine that with PHT, it is a darn stiff racquet. So older people, or people with a lot of shoulder problems may not like it. I suggest Red Code, for something a little softer, and if you aren't much of a hard hitter, or not a string breaker, I do like the Rip Control, and its real easy on the arm.

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