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  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Jerzy Zakrzewski
    I used to play with Gamma TNT2 and Wilson NXT - both 16 and 17 using Head LM Prestige. After switching to Head Extreme Pro with 16/18 string pattern these strings were simply moving too much. Golden Set Torque 17 gives me enough spin to keep the ball inside the lines and decent pop as well. These are not the softest strings you can find, but I like a solid feel of the ball leaving my racquet. If you have however any elbow problems this might not be the best choice. I play 2-3 times a week using 2 identical racquets all year around restring them 3 times a year, so durability is very good. Mind it , that while pushing 50s I'm not exaggerating with the topspin or powerany more. Jerzy, Oakville, Head Extreme Pro at 52/53 lbs, NTRP rating 4.5
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Jean-Pierre Ung
    Recently ordered Snake Bite and Synthetic Gut Reel Combo 17-16g. Great value! Combination has great spin. I notice more movement on wide serves and increased topspin on ground strokes
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Huu Pham
    My son was using a hex string from a well-known brand previously until he tried the Hex Poly string. He found the Hex Poly string to be superior in playability, power, topspin, and durability. Coincidentally, his ranking went from 20's to 4 within 3 months since he started using Hexpoly strings. I can't attribute his achievement on the strings alone but the string was the only variable.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: JChiu
    Snakebite is the best spin string at a very low cost per set when you buy them in reels. My friends love this string full-bed or as a hybrid.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: William Ford
    These strings are UNBELIEVABLE. I play with a Weed EXT135 racket (135 square inch head) and I have YET to break a string. My friend and doubles partner breaks strings about once a week, and he's been using the Hex Poly from the spool I bought. Well, he still hasn't broken one of these, but his racket frame broke (not because of the strings). So the strings are very tough and they impart plenty of spin on the ball. I couldn't believe how good they were for the price I paid. I highly recommend these strings (I'm a 4.5 level player).
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Geoff Brand
    I've used luxilon babolat and Wilson strings, first time user with 17 snake bite, I will not going to be going back to the others, great playability and very cost effective with snake bite, thanks
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Jared Stier
    very durable and creates tremendous spin. the only thing i'm not happy about with this string is the tension. it loosens up fairly quickly.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Nicholas Dilello
    I have purchased a reel of snake-bite & syn. gut 17 which I use to hybrid. every person using this loves it. Plays great & has wonderful longevity I am very happy that I found this string..
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Bo Hurley
    You have great products and totally professional service. We have used the 17 and 18 gauge round copolyester, and the 17 gauge hex poly, and have been delighted with the performance and price of these strings. We recommend them to our friends and team mates, but we are reluctant to let opponents know about the advantage these strings provide. Most players are still using 16 gauge nylon, and they dont know that your 18 gauge copolyester will give at least as much durability as 16 gauge nylon, while providing immensely superior performance. With your 18 gauge co-poly, I can hit groundies hooding the ball (i.e., like topspin with a ping pong paddle), with the slightly downward facing string bed literally yanking the ball upward due to the significantly greater bite from the smaller string diameter. This produces a heavy, driven topspin shot, while avoiding about 80% of the stress on my legs. I can swing across my body rather than just inside out, making it more difficult for my opponent to read my shot, and making it easier to generate racquet head speed. Also, the trajectory of this shot is superior to the shot coming from an upward-moving vertical racquet face because it stays lower and has more forward speed, but at the same time it exhibits an unbelieveable dive rate, generating the ability to hit short angled winners not possible with string of higher diameter. Also, a hacking slice from the 18 copoly on a clay court often bounces only about 12 inches high, making it very difficult to return. Once I tried your copolyester, I could not help but recall an article I read about the first time Andre Agassi tried a copolyester string. His first statement was "Is this stuff legal?" When told it was, his second statement was "Well, if it is not outlawed, it is going to change the game of tennis". Agassi immediately put the string on his racquets and went out and won that tournament. Agassi was correct...copolyester string has changed the game of tennis.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Doug from Santa Cruz
    Use snakebite 17 on my Wilson BLX six.one 95. By far best string ever used. Great for my topspin game. Before using Snakebite,I was replacing string every 3 to 4 weeks.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Don Fyfe
    i've used the hex poly in three string jobs and although my experience with poly is limited i've been very satisfied with this string. it seems to hold its tension well, has good bite on the ball, and along with a multi filament in the crosses it produces a very nice feel for the ball. you can't beat the value of this string either.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: sunghwei park
    I love this product due to durable & good spin. This twisted string would give perfect performance.....
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Christopher Hunter
    The Hex Poly provides a inexpensive alternative to other polyester string that I've used in the past. The 17 gauge was suprisingly durable and allows good spin generation and excellent pop.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Frits B.
    I used the snakebite string on my Babolat Pure Storm racquet at 52 lbs.and love the feel of it. It feels great and the prices of the products are awesome. I will not recommend to anyone of my co-players so they are not having the same advantage as I have (Ha Ha)
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Fatima Chafi
    I ordered Hex Ploy string for my son, he is very pleased and he likes it, and I am personally very happy with the outstanding quality of customer care of Golden Set staff.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Freddie Asis, Stockton, CA
    I'm a 4.0 USTA tournament player and previously used the following strings: luxilon big banger original, tourna big hitter blue, tourna big hitter rough, and forten thin blend (kevlar/syn gut). The tourna strings' characteristics are similar (i.e., tension retention, power, durability, doesn't move that much), if not the same compared to luxilon BBO but the price. Recently, i tried the forten thin blend and strung it at 46/52 on 2 of my dunlop aerogel 4D 100, and i'm aware of kevlar characteristics (i.e., very low power, durable, control oriented) but the main strings moved in all directions on a newly strung racquet. Came across Golden Set while researching for a replacement and ordered the poly sampler. Got my order, cut the forten blend and strung one of my Dunlop 4D 100 using the snake bite 17 (mains @ 52 lbs) and silent partner syn gut 16 (cross @ 54 lbs). Tested the tension of the newly strung racquet bed at 53 lbs using a gamma string tension tester. Went to hit with a tennis buddy for couple of hours; i like the feel and sound of the ball being hit by the snake bite. once at home, i checked the string bed and i was amazed to see that the string tension has not significantly changed approximately 52-53 lbs. Re-checked the string tension after 24 hrs and still the string tension has not changed. Went and play a couple of sets the following day, re-checked the string tension and still showing no significant tension loss. The strings look worn out especially the crosses but the string feels fresh to me although, certain of the mains move a little bit but still way better than luxilon BBO or tourna BHB/BHBR in my opinion. Additionally, snake-bite has better spin production compared to luxilon and/or tourna. Freddie Asis Stockton, CA
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Bill Gross
    Hex 17 in the mains @ 57 lb and Torque 16 in the crosses @ 59 lb plays identical to Gamma Zo Pro Spin and has the same life. It is significantly more cost effective. My son, a big banger, goes through a set in 2-3 weeks. Initially, he didn't want to try anything else, but after trying it, he agreed, it was as good.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: kenny
    sanke bite is the best string but the powercord and snake bite hybrid brought my game to a whole new level i stringa 54lb and its great. i play for unf D1 collage and everone wants to know how i got so much better its all about the strings.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Enrique Montero-Plata
    Playing Hex Poly on mains with Co Poliester on crossings. Have really enjoyed the spin capability both on top-spin and slice shots. Excellent value.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Tyler Graver
    Snake Bite gives tennis players the best of both worlds. Not only is it inexpensive in comparison to the commercial tennis strings, but it also provide extremely solid levels of comfort, power and control. An all-around five star product, as it lasted long and held consistant tension throughout its use.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Eric Wong
    I have been ordering Hex Poly and Poly string through Goldet Set for several years now and have recently also started ordering their tennis grip. I've been very happy with their products and have strongly recommended them to others. The strings are great and play just as well as the other "brand names" I used to use. I'm a frequent string breaker, so for a quality string at a much lower price - you can't beat that! Excellent and knowledgeable customer service as well.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Greg Matusiak
    My son is 15 and he plays competitive tennis. He just started to use Snake-Bite 17 and he loves it!!!. Good spin generation, no loss of power, holds tension very well. Texture wears down a bit after playing for several hours but that is true of all textured strings. As good as expensive well known brands, in our joint opinion. Highly recommended for value and quality. Service is world class too.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Eritara Tito Bira
    I find Goldenset products and services exceptional and thats why I'm a returning customer. Once I tried your strings I haven't looked back. The poly hex strings have really made an impression and has now become my string of preference. Your services, prices and flexability is hard to beat.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Harold Johnson
    I have used several of the polyester strings, my favorite is Snakebite 17 followed by hex poly 18 gauge. I believe these strings are comparable to, or better than other polyester strings from other companies that I have used, but are a much better value. I like to experiment with string tensions and combinations, and the Golden Set strings offer a diverse variety at an affordable price. I have been waiting for them to offer a triangular profile polyester string, which should at least theoretically provide even more spin than the snakebite.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Duy Duong
    I have been using Golden Set Hex Poly for a year now. It has great playabililty and durability. I would recommend this string or any Golden set strings to anyone. The prices and services are great.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Gene Park
    I began experimenting with strings from Golden Set 2 years ago and am now sold. Prior to Golden Set, I was using Babolat's RPM Blast, but after trying a set of Golden Set's Snake Bite, I never went back. I've tried several types; hex poly, syn gut, snakebite and optimum and have found a great combo using Snake Bite 17 for the mains and Optimum 17 in the crosses. With a bit of tension testing, this combo provides just the right amount of feel, spin, control and power. I play on several teams and many people I've introduced to Golden Set are impressed and are beginning to make the transition. It's simply an amazing deal; great strings for an incredible price allowing players to always have a fresh set of strings to play with.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: cris audije
    I am extremely pleased with this product and so are the people that I use it for. It is perfectly suitable for hitters with very heavy topspin. You rating on its durability and playability is right on. Price is very competitive and the quality can't be beat.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: John A. Ramsey II
    March 20, 2012 I have been using Snakebite for a few years now, and my customer base loves this string. I string nearly every racquet from two clubs here in SW Florida and 95% of all string jobs include either Snakebite or a Snakebite/Velvet Hybrid. The Velvet string is nearly identical to NXT. Additionally, I use the Golden Set Secure grips and the Elan grips as replacement grips. My members love the fact that the price is the lowest for such good quality. Most of my members had not replaced their grips in 20 years. In fact, the first month I used over 30 grips. I found that the Secure Grip was a little thicker than the Elan Grip, and for those women whose grip was too large, I replaced their grip using an Elan Grip to reduce the grip size. The product quality and price has made me a permanent customer of Golden Set Tennis. Thank you again. John John A. Ramsey II Kelly Greens Director of Tennis USPTA Professional
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Byung Chun
    High quality string at an unbeatable price. String is very durable even for those who hit with lots of spin and pace. I found the string to have pretty decent retention of tension. My string of choice, and I used to use Luxilon Big Banger Rough 16.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Devlin Fisher
    For twenty years, I have played with almost every string on the market. Now, I play with snake-bite on the mains at 60lbs and Velvet on the crosses at 55lbs. and I am very pleased with the results. Power, comfort, and durabilty are all there. These strings are certainly comparable to Luxillon, Babolat, Technifibre, etc. without the heavy price tag. I would recommend these strings to any one wanting to improve their game. Sincerely D. Fisher Canada March 19, 2012
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Michael Khounnala
    I stumbled across Hex Poly from a friend. Didn\'t think much about it except that I was interested in it\'s durability for my mains. After finishing my racquet with NXT crosses, I definitely felt the ball bite. I even got compliments from an opponent that I can\'t beat that my ball was kicking more. Since then, I\'ve been hooked. And along with the price, Hex Poly is a great example of bang for your buck.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Peter Storm - - - Storm's Stringing
    I string at least 20 racquets a week and Snake Bite has become my best seller! All my big hitters prefer it due to it\'s great spin and it\'s endurance. I had been using Gamma twist, which is simmilar but more expensive,and just now switched to Snake Bite. The only differences I have seen is that I\'m getting more top spin on the ball and my strings aren\'t moving. Oh, one other major difference I\'ve noticed is MORE MONEY IN MY POCKET!!!!Thanks for the great product . . . not to mention the quick service! Storm\'s Stringing__ Jacksonville,FL
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Jose Moncado
    The HexPoly string is a very strong string that delivers excellent spin that no other string can provide you with. It also provides great tension which gives me the certainty that the string will keep its tension throughout the entire practice or match. Its long durability is also a key factor that gives me piece of mind with regards to having to constantly buy string. Jose Moncada Honduran Davis Cup Player DePaul Men\'s Tennis MVP 2008 and 2009 #1 in Honduras
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Pjotrs Necajevs
    We use snake-bite 17 with Optimum strings as a combination. Snake bite gives an extra spin. Great strings and very good customer service.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Leif Nordlund
    I have been using Hex Poly for my mains and optimum in the crosses. Previously I liked Big Banger's performance/durability but not the price. With Golden Set's string I get the performance/durability at a fraction of the cost. The Hex Poly and the Poly are very similar strings in terms of how they feel when hitting flat. The difference comes when I start applying spin. The Hex shape seems to bite the ball a noticeable amount more. Leif Nordlund Tennis Professional (USPTA Certified P-1) Head Pro at Wood Haven Country Club
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: James Malecek
    Love this string. Switched from RPM Blast to this at the end of last year after my friends who play Division I told me about Snake-Bite. This is the only string I use now. I love the price, durability, and feel. Great string GSI.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Matt Brothers
    We have been using Golden Set string for nearly two years now and have experienced nothing less than professional service. They always go out of their way to make sure we get what we need in a timely fashion. The playability and durability of the strings are outstanding (our team mainly uses the Hex Poly/Classic Syn hybrid,) and all at an unbeatable value. Matt Brothers Head Coach Men\'s Tennis Team (Depaul Blue Demons, NCAA Division I) -2nd place in 2009 Big East Conference Championships -#74 in the Nation
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Alex Markov
    Unfortunately, I have not had the opportunity to try out any of the expensive big brand name strings like Luxillon or Babolat. However, I have tried a few low to mid-end polys and none of them come even close to comparison to the Snake Bites and Hex Polys. First, it's a much softer poly than I anticipated(which was a pleasant surprise). Easy to string and tension maintance is above average so far. Due to their suprising softmess, I strung a full bed of poly on my Babolat Aero Storm @ 60/62. Before you judge me, I know what most people say about polys: lower the tension approx 10%. However, I prefer a firmer string bed w/more emphasis on control than power and this suits me. I've been playing with this setup for a couple of weeks now with no arm problems. Just like the name of the string, the first thing you will notice especially if you're a heavy topspin hitter is the amount of bite on the ball. I was astounded by the dip in my forehands. In my opinion, where this string truly shines are the slice backhands. With the right technique/stroke, the ball literally skids off the courts at a very very low trajectory. I play regularly with a solid 4.0 player and he himself said he was having trouble getting to my slice backhands. As far as durability goes, I play 2-3x per/wk so it's difficult to accurately review it's durability. However, as mentioned above, tension maintance has been above average so far. I string my own rackets so I'm not too concerned w/tension loss or durability. But for the price and exceptional playability, I think a serious player would be foolish not to try at least a set. I am willing to bet, 8/10 people who try these string will be converts the first time they hits the courts. Good luck and go buy yourself a reel!
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: matt miller
    I'm a pretty high level junior and I have been using these strings (hex poly) for about 2 years. The strings grip the ball so well and last for a decently long time depending on how many hours a week you play. It almost feels like fingers are grabbing the ball when you hit top spin or slices its amazing. Highly recommend these strings to any level of player. Especially if you string the racquet with full hex poly no hybrid.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: James Malecek
    Love this string. Switched from RPM Blast to this at the end of last year after my friends who play Division I told me about Snake-Bite. This is the only string I use now. I love the price, durability, and feel. Great string GSI.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: MARK NGUYEN
    This is a awesome string. Before this string I used Luxilon Big Banger Original and was not getting enough topspin. So I switched to snake-bite 17g and now I have more than enough. I really recommend this string to anyone who wants to put more spin on the ball. Also, play with hex-poly 17g excellent string highly recommend. Both strings that i used is very durable and that an plus for someone that breaks easily. HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: William Trang
    The snake bite string lets you generate a large amount of spin and control. Although i found that i had to generate most of my power. Overall though i enjoyed it
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Woody Deryckx
    *When I started stringing, I looked around for a reliable source of strings - one that offered a good variety, unsurpassed quality, reliable and prompt service and economical pricing. To my delight, I found all these in Golden Set!!! * *Everyone I string for has been very happy with the Golden Set strings we\'ve selected to fit their racquets and style of play. We\'re especially happy combining Snake Bite 17 mains with Classic 16 cross strings. We often tension the cross string a few pounds tighter to accentuate the contact between ball and those wonderful edges on the Snake Bite mains. The \'spin docs\' among us love this combination which provides terrific spin and control with amazing durability.* *Some of our friends wanting a softer feel to their string bed keep coming back for Velvet or Maximal or even the Optimal. I love seeing my friends out on the court smiling with pleasure over the feel of their freshly strung racquets with these strings. * *The Golden Set variety packs provided us with a wonderful introduction to the variety of string types available at a very attractive price deal. * *We all love the Golden Set overgrips too, which we refresh often because they are so nice and so economical. Life is too short to play with tired strings and worn grips... Thanks to Golden Set, we\'re enjoying the benefits of keeping our racquets freshly strung just the way we like them.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Pete
    We use snake-bite 17 with Optimum strings as a combination. Snake bite gives extra spin. Great strings and very good customer service too.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: mike dobrose
    I have been stringing for years and recently tried the snakebite string. It plays great, helps generate lots of spin, the durability is excellent and the price is good. It takes some practice to tie good knots as the string can break if the knot is not pulled slowly and with caution, the string is very stiff, like stringing with steel wire. We use string savers in the string bed and have never broken the string, eventually cut it out due to tension loss. I would recommend this string to anybody wanting to use a co-poly string.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Larry Sellers
    I am satisfied with the service and the product and am sharing the strings with as many of my tennis team mates as I can. I have found the strings (17 gauge Snake bite) to be effective and long lasting. I usually string my racquet at 67 lbs and like to really lay into the ball. I have been surprised at how the strings have lasted. I will be ordering more in the future. Sincerely, Larry
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: B.G.
    About a year ago I invested in a stringing machine, makes sense since I play a lot and so does my son and husband. I've been experimenting with different types of strings and tensions..... searching for the "perfect string" until I came across the Snake-Bite. I love it. I did full bed at 63 lbs for myself the first time and tried a hybred the second time. I actually liked it better full bed. Great control and spin. Some Polys can feel too stiff but not these to me. Now I string them for many of my team mates and friends. The other stuff is sitting on my shelf collecting dust.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Andy Alarid, Plano, TX
    USTA Level: 4.5 Racquet: Head Youtek Prestige MP Review: I just made the switch from Luxilon Big Banger Rough (16G) to Snake-Bite (17G) and am so glad that I did! Not only was the string about 1/3 of the price, but it has lasted about twice as long. I was getting between 5-6 sets (about 8-10 days worth of playtime) out of the Luxilon and since I've strung my racquets with Snake-bite, I've played about 10 sets and haven't had the strings pop yet. I string my racquets between 54-56lb and they still feel very lively and have held their tension fairly well. I can tell that the thinner gauge along with the snake-bite textured design has helped add even more spin, more than the Luxilon Rough. A couple of the guys that I play with have also told me that they could tell a difference in the dip of my shot back into the court. I definitely will be buying another reel of the Snake-bite when I get to it that point.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Aaron Wolfman, Calgary, Alberta
    purchsed snakebite and syngut. Excellent string. better than previous string. more responsive and longer lasting. pleased with the performance.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Aaron Wolfman Alberta
    purchsed snakebite and syngut. Excellent string. better than previous string. more responsive and longer lasting. pleased with the performance.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Ted Yvonne
    I have now gone through two 660 ft reels of Snake Bite stringing rackets from my home in Canada to Florida where I spend the winter. Every racket I've strung my customers comments are the same. They all absolutely love the product. It helps generate great top spin, has fantastic lasting ability and the strings never move around (due to top spin). If your a serious tennis player this string is exactly what you want. Last but not least the price is exceptionally good. There is nothing to my knowledge on the market where you can get this quality of string for anything even close to what Golden Set is selling Snake Bite.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Matt Brothers
    The DePaul Men's Tennis Program has been exclusively using Golden Set strings for nearly 5 years and Snake Bite in our opinion, is the best string around for playability and durability. Our entire team uses it. Factor in its affordability along with the excellent customer service and you have a winning partnership. Matt Brothers Head Coach Men's Tennis Team (Depaul Blue Demons, NCAA Division I)
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Kurtis Holmberg
    I play with heavy top spin and have used RPM Blast, Big Banger, Pro Hurricane and many many more. The Snake Bite 17 gauge is the best I have used so far. I just purchased a 660 foot reel. I string my own racquets so my cost for stringing is now about $4.50 compared to $50 when done at the pro shop. I blow through strings every three weeks so I am very excited about this purchase. The one review i read stated that he thought he never would hit another shot long and I must say he is right. You do feel confident your shot will land in. My tennis elbow has not gone away so I am not sure this was my healthiest choice, but performance is most important I guess :)
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Roman Groman
    Strings 16G have less power as 17G, and that's quite a few ... How is that possible? 8-A. Qvark from Prague.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Grayson Vanover
    I have just recently decided to switch to snake bite. I am a high school tennis player in texas that plays 20+ hours a week. I am in love with this strig everything about it is incredible. The feel, bite, power. It all just works. I am also a stringer at a local country club so I deal with lots of different strings and I knew right away that this was going to be a good string. It plays a lot like rpm blast with just more bite. I feel like I\'m never going to hit a ball long again. If you decide to use this string it will be the best stringing decision of your life. I strung the 17 gauge at 57 in my head prestige mp. Give it a go! You won\'t regret it!
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Jared Waters
    I\'m high school player in Texas and play about 15 hours per week. I strung snake bite 17 in my youtek prestige at 57 lbs. The spin and bite is unlike anything else! The string maintains tension well, has excellent power, and great feel. I would say this string is most like hurricane tour except it doesn\'t hurt your arm, lose tension, has more feel, and has even more spin! I\'ve tried hurricane tour, rpm, big banger, big banger rough, and several cheaper polys but snake bite is better than all of them! Snake bite is just as good if not better than any top of the line except it\'s half the price! The ONLY bad thing about snake bite is that it is difficult to string due to the shape and texture but it is absolutely worth it. TRY THIS STRING! you wont regret it...
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Ron Andrews
    Purchased my first snake bite after our club stringer recommended it. I played 5 sets this weekend and it is great. I have been playing with Lux big banger, and I like the feel of this better. I will be stringing my other racket with snake bite 17
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: jason st.amour
    The only string like snake bite that I have seen on the market is made by solinco. It's called barb wire but you know what the price would be on the other guys strings way too much!! I am loving the string from golden set. I play with a tecnifibre tfight 320 16 x 19 string pattern. I string snake bite in the mains and optimum in the crosses both near the 58 lbs mark. This combination has a good feel and generates decent power and absolutely incredible spin.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: moises sanchez
    I\'ve had many different kind of strings by far theses are one of my top strings.I feel more control over the ball and better placement. don\'t miss out on these strings guarantee you will not regret buying them.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Robin LaCoursiere
    Snake-Bite has helped me develop more spin and control. I've been using it as the main string, with Torque in the crosses. I also string rackets for several local high school players and they are extremely pleased with the results, also.


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