Spin Max 17 Racquet String
Gauge: 17 / 1.25mm
This 5-sided co-poly string offers max spin potential. The surface allows the strings to slide as they grab the ball, adding spin as they snap back into place. This 17 gauge version offers slightly more feel and bite compared to the 16 gauge version.
A "game-changing" string that provides unparalleled spin and action on the ball. Place the ball wherever you want with tremendous control. Hit deeper shots with more spin. Players taking big cuts will find shots normally going long will now drop into the court. Spin Max holds tension longer than similar type strings. Softer co-poly material is easier on the arm and provides a softer feeling on drop shots.
Power hitting topspin player who wants more spin, power, and control.
High-density co-polyester monofilament with a cross-linked silicone polymer coating and a 5-sided outer structure.
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Excellent….Your product is awesome!
I have used this string for years now and am very happy with it. It really bites the ball, is relatively easy to string, and seems resistant to notching so has a decent life duration.
Great strings. I combine these with Synthetic Gut 16 Ultra-Fibre Racquet String for a solid power with touch.
I’ve already used all 3 Spin Max strings I purchased on 3 friends racquets and they all love the new strings. All three racquets were strung at 50lbs tension.
I've been using Klipper for 15+ years and they stand behind their products. On the rare occasion where something was wrong with the order, they made it right immediately. Their strings and grips are on par with name brands and are true to how they describe them. With as many strings as we go through, it's also nice to save some money without compromising play and feel. We typically use a hybrid of Power Burst and Spin Max 17 for a combo of power, durability, and feel.
Spin Max feels amazing the first hour or two, as you can really feel the string grab the ball and give it an extra kick. That degree of grab/feel levels out after that, but still does a good job thereafter.