A more sustainable, longer lasting, better playing innovation, the Triniti ball aims to kickstart a new era in the racquet world. According to Wilson Labs this ball retains its bounce four times longer than their traditional ball while also increasing feel and dwell time on the racquet. The environmental impact of tennis ball cans has never been positive which is why Wilson designed this ball to be more sustainable and package it in 100% recycled cardboard to reduce their impact. This means the ball is not pressurized like traditional balls, however we've found the ball to maintain the same, if not better, performance as regular pressurized balls.
Triniti, the world’s first earth-conscious tennis ball marks Wilson’s first step towards creating a completely sustainable ball. Triniti is a ball built to reduce consumption and waste through a longer lasting, fresh-ball feel, 100% sustainable packaging and a feel-good carbon footprint. This means fewer ball switch-outs and a new opening experience – all while keeping the same high performance Wilson is known for. This new day is just the beginning – just one of many towards Wilson’s commitment to creating a more sustainable ball for the sport we all love.
- 3 ball carton
- Works well on all court surfaces
- ENGAGE CORE: Made of an innovative new plastomer material that maintains liveliness 4x longer and produces a more consistent bounce than a standard core. (Based upon internal testing performed at Wilson Innovation Center between August 2018 and December 2018.)
- STR FELT- 50% more flexible than standard felt, leading to more core compression and longer dwell times for enhanced feel and control. ( Based upon internal testing performed at Wilson Innovation Center between December 2016 and August 2017.)
- NEW, 100% SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING- The first of its kind in the performance ball category, Triniti’s octagonal paper container reduces waste by being fully recyclable.
Dimensional Weight: 0.5 kg
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