Wilson has updated the Burn 100ULS to make it slightly more flexible with more comfort for your arm.
Wilson has also updated the cosmetic design of this racquet to be inline with the new Pro Staff and Blade lines, giving it a sleek matte black finish with pops of glossy orange at 3 and 9 o'clock.
The Burn 100ULS has a slightly thinner beam width at the tip of the racquet which results in this racquet having a lower flex rating than the previous version (67 RA vs 70 RA). Wilson hasn't totally eliminated the crisp feel that the Burn line of racquets is known for, just toned it down a little and made it friendlier on your arm. As with the previous version, this racquet is extremely maneuverable from all areas of the court. Boasting a 295 swingweight, the Burn 100ULS helps you create easier racquet head speed, yet still has enough weight to produce power and stability. The racquet is still equipped with Wilson Spin Effect technology (18 main strings and 16 cross strings) and therefore has plenty of access to spin. A great update from Wilson that should appeal to fans of the previous Burn 100ULS as well as aggressive juniors that are looking for a maneuverable and spin-friendly racquet as their first adult racquet.
- Head Size: 100 sq. inches / 645 sq. cm
- Length: 27 inches / 68.58 cm
- Weight: 9.3 oz / 260 g unstrung
- Balance: 4 pts head light / 330 mm unstrung
- Swingweight: 295 strung
- Beam width: 23mm / 25mm / 23mm
- Flex: 67 RA
- Tension Range: 55-62 lbs / 24-28 kg
- String Pattern: 18/16
Longer than average grip that allows players with two handed backhands more space for the top hand and better leverage.
Customizable racquet handle shape that allows players with two handed backhands the ability to personalize their grip shape.
Provides a consistent, more forgiving stringbed response while dramatically increasing the sweet spot.
Dimensional Weight: 1.0 kg
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