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Yonex Astrox 88D Badminton Racket (Ruby Red)
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£ 147.99
RRP: £ 185.00 Save 20%
Availability:    In Stock

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Features
  •   For The Dominant Back-Court Player
  •   4UG4
  •   83g
  •   10mm Longer Shaft
  •   Stiff Shaft
  •   Made in Japan
  •   20-28lbs Recommended String Tension
  •   Recommended String For Durability: BG65 Ti
  •   Recommended String For Control: Aerobite Hybrid
  •   Recommended String For Power: BG80 Power

 

Description
Yonex Astrox 88D Badminton Racket (Ruby Red) with a stiff, 10mm longer shaft and head-heavy balance, has been designed for the Dominant, back-court player. This longer shaft attribute results in a racket that gives lots of attacking power and is great for those who want to deliver a powerful smash.

The Astrox 88D also features Yonex’s new Energy Boost Cap, which provides a boost in energy transfer from the player to the racket by way of flexing the shaft in a single direction, reducing torsion of the shaft and energy loss. Combined with the new and innovative Namd graphite technology which produces extra flex and snap-back, this racket gives additional power without the loss of control.

The point of flex on the Yonex Astrox 88D is at the mid-point of the frame, allowing only the upper half to flex and the player to accumulate energy and momentum enabling the stringbed to transmit power to the shuttle as efficiently as is possible.

Please note, where applicable, we will relogo the strings on rackets which have been restrung.

Weight 83g
Construction HM Graphite/Nanometric/Tungsten/Namd

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