Stringing Soft Mesh

Here’s another Reebok 10K, but with Jimalax Soft Mesh this time. With summer ball coming soon, there are a number of players that will be switching to soft mesh since rain is not an issue. Soft mesh pockets provide the same feel as heavily broken in hard mesh, but they are game ready almost immediately after stringing thanks to a short break-in period. A pocket like this is going to have ridiculous hold (illegal actually, but it’s summer ball…), and a lot of whip. With just an adjustment of the shooters though, the whip can be increased or taken out.

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  1. Tpratt4321 on June 11, 2012 at 11:43 pm

    This isn’t an article, just a really, really weak advertisement.  Content or GTFO

  2. Brian Collins on June 10, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    Whats the pattern

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