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      24 3-Ball Cans
      72 Balls

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      Wilson Triniti 24 Recycled Paper Containers

      Introducing Triniti: the first tennis ball designed with recyclable packaging! Pushing the limits of sustainable performance, Triniti tennis balls come in a unique and recyclable container. The ball core integrates a unique plastomer material that extends fresh ball feel. STR Felt improves durability and is 50% more flexible than a standard ball for better feel at contact. This blend of new core material and flexible felt help this ball maintain enough bounce to exist outside of a pressurized can! With this combination of innovative technology and sustainable packaging, Wilson's Triniti is ushering in a new era for performance tennis balls.

      average rating 4.5 out of 5
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      2 Reviews
      Reviewed by Gary M.
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      Wilson Trinity Quality

      Upon trying this ball I found the uniformity of flight and bounce to be incredibly consistant. The sound ,at impact, is really cool as well.

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      Reviewed by William O.
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      I recommend this product
      Rated 4 out of 5
      Review posted

      Play then practice

      Durable - have used a couple of boxes for more than one match with little noticeable deterioration. The idea is that once the felt has worn down then they become practice balls for the machine. So far, so good.

      I don't use cheaper balls for more than one match because they lose felt and pressure. Trinitis continue to hold up.

      They do sound a bit different than other balls sometimes

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