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      Product Specifications

      Gauge

      16 gauge / 1.30mm

      Length

      20 feet / 6.1 meters

      Item #

      011892

      Style #

      GGG-10

      Item is returnable, but does not qualify for free returns.

      Gamma Glide Cross String ('20 Half Set for Hybrid)

      Gamma Glide Cross String (20 Half Set for Hybrid) allows the main string to glide further and faster along the cross strings to store and return more energy to the ball. Much faster snap back helps generate radically higher spin with more power, feel and comfort. Create your own ultimate hybrid by coming Glide with your favorite main strings.

      • Constructed with a proprietary, super elastic fluorinated polymer.
      • Glide™ Low Friction Technology is a material with high lubricity, allowing any main string to move freely along Glide Cross string.
      • From the Gamma playability series.

      Stringing Tip: For optimal performance, Gamma recommends stringing Glide™ 5% tighter than the tension used for the main strings.

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      2 Reviews
      Rated 4 out of 5
      Review posted

      Does what it says

      Strung as suggested 60 Lb cross, 56 Lb mains - natural gut. Babolat string savers on main. After 20 hours no notching, no fraying. 4.0 baseliner.

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      Rated 4 out of 5
      Review posted

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      Must string glide 10% more then other hybrid cross. I use NRG 18 normally. Has a loose feel to it & sounded like I didn't even have a dampener in. I strung the 1st one 2 lbs tighter this one 3 lbs more. If I don't see a huge improvement I will just stick with the NRG. Cost is to great not to see a big return. I use RPM 18 as my mains. Teaching pro & stringer for 20 plus years

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