The Pure Aero is now available with Babolat's PLAY technology. By putting a sensor in the racquet’s handle Babolat PLAY tracks various aspects of your game and then lets you easily upload the data to your smartphone or tablet. Using the Babolat PLAY app you can share and compare your data with other members of the Babolat PLAY community, including pro’s like Rafael Nadal! The PLAY version of the Pure Aero has all of the same specifications and features as the standard Pure Aero. The Pure Aero enables players to maximize their spin without losing any of the punch in their swing. This racquet newly features AEROMODULAR2: Woofer technology built directly into the mid-section of the new frame offering an average of 11% less drag, as well as FSI SPIN: a broader weave in the string bed and an oblong opening between the grommets at the top and the bottom of the head. The Pure Aero is a great successor to the Aero Pro Drive and is sure to be a hit with players of all levels.
- Headsize: 100 sq. inches / 645 sq. cm
- Length: 27 inches / 68.5 cm
- Weight: 10.6 oz. / 300 g unstrung
- Balance: 7 pts head light / 320mm unstrung
- Swingweight: 327 strung
- Beam width: 23mm / 26mm / 23mm
- Flex: 72 RA
- String Pattern: 16/19
- Tension Range: 50-59 lbs / 23-27 kg
Graphite Tungsten (GT):
By adding tungsten into the graphite frame, it provides excellent stability at ball impact. The additional rigidity obtained through this technology allows for more precision or power according to the construction.
A CDS (Cortex Dampening System) interface that supplies useful information to the player. By strategically placing the cortex between the handle and throat of the racquet, this "Smart Vibration Dampening" system distinguishes between the good and bad vibrations. This allows for greater feel and control upon each strike.This is now built into the Pure Aero 2016 and is not visible from the outside of the racquet.
Woofer technology built directly into the mid-section of the new frame strategically shaped to reduce wind drag and boost swing speed, offering an average of 11% less drag.
A broader weave in the string bed and an oblong opening between the grommets at the top and the bottom of the head. Wider spaces between cross strings 5-12 for more ball bite and higher RPMs.