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3K Carbon Fibre
3K Carbon Colours
From 350 gr to 385 gr
|Rough area on racquet's plane
StarVie Triton PRO 2.0
- Triton PRO 2.0 is a tear-shape model with a heavy head balance. It is a technical racket for those advanced players who look for more power without losing control.
- All its structure is made of carbon fibre. Racket’s surface is made of a layer of Carbon Colours 3K in silver and a second one of Carbon 3K. This double layer of carbon improves durability and provides more stiffness.
- Triton series handle is 1 cm longer than the other models. This feature makes the two-handed backhand grip more comfortable.
- The rough area situated on its surface (Full Plane Effect) helps to execute more precise shots. StarVie works this feature directly on the mould, making the surface slightly harder and more durable.
- Star Balance is a piece located in the throat of the racket that distributes the weight all over the racket, making the racket easier to manoeuvre .
- Includes a gym sack and frame protector.
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Technologies and features:
- 2 layers of 3K carbon fibre: racket made 100% by carbon fibre on its surface as well as its frame. This material provides durability and strength to the racket.
- Handle 1 cm longer that helps players to hit two-handed backhand as well as it provides a better aerodynamic in shots like smash, “bandeja” and “víbora”.
- PRO 50 is the nomenclature that points out EVA rubber’s density. In this case it is a medium rubber density that is used in more technical rackets.
- Full plane effect: rough area on the racket’s surface that increases precision, control and ball spin. StarVie is the only brand that it works this rough area directly from the mould.
- Star Balance Core: it is a piece located in the throat of the racket that provides a better balance, makes the racket more aerodynamic and improves weight’s distribution; therefore, it increases its ease to use.
- Anatomic Bridge Design: it is the throat shape designed to provide more comfort while gripping the racket with 2 hands.