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The Premium Racket

Nexus is the premium racket specifically designed to be ultra-light in weight, overall longer in length and with an oversized hitting area. The PACIFIC flagship Nexus uses the highest percentage of BasaltX® Fibers to optimize the performance. The patented Air Dampening System reduces shock & vibration, thus assuring maximum arm protection and unmatched comfort. This ultra-light racket provides excellent forgiveness for off-center shots plus effortless power with minimal user effort.


SPECIFICATIONS

Weight unstrung:
225 g
Balance unstrung:
375 mm
Length:
705 mm
Headsize:
118 sq.in.
Frameheight:
25/27/25
String Pattern:
16/20
Grip size:
1-5
Swing Style Index:
2, 1

BasaltX® is a European HIGH-TECH development exclusive to PACIFIC for use in the racket sports industry. Applied in strategic areas it provides enhanced feel, stability, comfort and power. BasaltX® is a natural material, environmentally friendly and completely recyclable.

Consistent BasaltX® fibers are the end result of a unique production process developed by ASA.TEC.  The main problem with regular basalt fibers is their inconsistency in quality. ASA.TEC developed a special processing procedure that makes their basalt fibersof the highest quality meeting or exceeding those required demands for usage in the aircraft, aerospace and automotive industries.

30% more basalt fibers within the same material28% stronger
20% lighter in overall fiber weight20% more vibration dmapening

 

A unique, patented grip dampening system strategically integrated into the shaft area that minimizes unwanted shock & vibration for a unique, comfortable ball feel – maximum protection for the arm is optimal.


The historic guarantee delivering the highest quality available plus the continued assurance of cutting-edge technologies for the future, is now PACIFIC. Bringing to you a totally new performance package under one brand: PACIFIC.

PACIFIC Catalogue 2013 - English
PACIFIC Catalogue 2013 - English
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Date: 18/06/2013