Babolat Pure Aero and Fitzharris tennis hat
Babolat’s Pure Aero racquet was designed to compliment the speed, spin and power of the modern tennis game. Formerly called the AeroPro, the Pure Aero is one of the game’s most popular racquets. Boasting an 11.3 ounce strung weight, this racquet is not only suitable for intermediates, but it should definitely appeal to the advanced player looking for a speedy weapon. The Pure Aero is built with FSI Spin Technology, which features wider spacing between the crosses for increased ball bite (think big spin). Babolat has also enlarged some of the grommet holes, allowing the strings to absorb more vibration and snap the ball out of the stringbed with extra RPMs (think even bigger spin). Although the Pure Aero is lighter than than a traditional player’s racquet, it packs a near 330 swingweight. The upshot is a modern player’s racquet with impressive stability and genuine knock-out power. From the baseline, the Pure Aero feels crisp, accurate and lively, and it has more than enough pop for ending points with authority. The Pure Aero is also a spin machine, which means it will help you hit a heavy ball that drops hard and explodes off the court. Aggressive servers will find enough precision to swing for power, and there is more than enough spin-potential to work the ball into tight spaces. With the Pure Aero, Babolat continues the legacy of one of the game’s great player’s racquets. The combination of spin, power and precision should prove very dangerous in the right hands.