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  • Review of: Hard-Line
    Type: Aramid (Kevlar) Tennis String
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    By: steve neilson
    I have had the pleasure to swing with the 19 Kevlar for well over a year now. I play a a lot of high school tennis and I found this string's attributes to be very fitting for my game. Being known for duration, the Kevlar does in fact last long, but the 19 thickness makes it less rough on the arm. Moreover the feel is exceptional. I have used this string for crosses on a poly hybrid, mains on a home made problend, and even tried it as a one piece and never have I had a complaint. I find the fray these strings make to be amazing. No matter how frayed it is, it manages to survive. The poly hybrid even got me a state championship for my team and runner up in the state for doubles. You cant go wrong with the 19 KEV!
  • Review of: Dura-Match
    Type: Aramid (Kevlar) Tennis String
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    By: Gary Orpana
    I am certified Club Pro 1 and string racquets. Started using Golden Set strings last season and have been very impressed with the quality, price and service. I am using Dura-Match in my own raquet and love the feel, power and durability. Will continue to use and promote your products.
  • Review of: Dura-Match
    Type: Aramid (Kevlar) Tennis String
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    By: Paul Wright
    , For the past 20 or so years, I have replenished my supplies from Wilson or occasionally from the USA. Now I am a satisfied customer of Golden Set. The products suit me perfectly and the service is fast and friendly. I will be dealing with Golden Set for future needs in my tennis business Yours truly, PAUL WRIGHT, Tennis Canada Coach 2. www.coachpaulwright.net
  • Review of: Dura-Match
    Type: Aramid (Kevlar) Tennis String
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    By: David Owens
    I am a primarily baseline player with moderate swing speed and moderate spin. I have this strung at 52/57 in my aerogel 300. It is by far the best kevlar string I have used. It has greatly improved my game, great spin on forehands and on serves. It has great feel and has lasted about 20 hours so far, still in no danger of breaking. If you like the way kevlar feels, this is definitely worth trying out, you won't be disappointed.
  • Review of: Dura-Match
    Type: Aramid (Kevlar) Tennis String
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    By: John Whitehouse
    I strung this into my Babolat pure drive at 62lbs tension. I enjoyed all the feel you get from a high guage string and enjoyed good topspin off the ground and on my serve. However, the string only lasted a couple of sets before they broke which was disappointing.


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