VAPOUR TRAIL 85 sunstorm
Advanced racket. Bi-Axial Dynamics frame with Torsional Control System (TCS) provide an optimum synergy of control, power & speed for all round performance.
Spec for professional all-round players.
|Weight (gram)||85g ±1g|
|Maximum Racket Tension||Upto 30 Lbs(pounds)|
|Frame Material||Japanese H.M Graphite
|Grip Size||3 ⅛|
Technologies used in the Rackets:
Japanese Hot Melt Graphite
Japanese Hi Modulus Graphite is the highest specification carbon available on the market treated with High pressurized heat for better graphite fusion ensuring your Carlton frame will outperform all other construction materials for frame response and stability.
TCS Torsion Control System
By flattening the T-joint section, torsional twist is minimised on shuttle impact providing a stable platform improving shot accuracy and control.
XTREME Tension Frame
Precision engineering and the utilisation of the finest construction materials ensures your Carlton frame can accommodate 11% higher string tensions compared with competitor frames.
Unique resin system increases overall stiffness for enhanced shot precision. Extreme racket recoil velocity gives excellent manoeuvrability for ultimate speed and control.
High Repulsion Shaft
High Repulsion Shaft is engineered with the highest precision in shaft manufacturing ensuring 360 degrees balanced graphite layups. Higher power and increased precision is achieved by blending the optimum flexibility and kick point of your Carlton racket shaft every time you swing it.
By introducing 4 convex channels into the top cap, stiffness of the top cap is increased allowing for greater shot accuracy and control.
Pro V12 Grommet
Positioned at 3 and 9 o’clock these specialised grommets have been softened to allow greater string movement thereby increasing power across the hitting zone.
Super elastic Vectran fibres are five times stronger than steel. Braided Vectran and Carbon fibres in the shaft increases elastic responsiveness, dramatically increasing power return for greater penetrative shot making