Wilson Clash 100 Tour
Wilson Clash 100 Tour - performance specs for serious players.
The Wilson Clash 100 Tour tennis racquet is a revolutionary racquet in multiple respects. The Clash 100 Tour came about thanks to “3 different ideas that didn’t work on their own” that were blended together into one racquet. Wilson has introduced two new technologies with the Clash - StableSmart and Freeflex powered by Carbon Mapping. It is by using these technologies that Wilson created both a stable and flexible racquet frame. The Wilson Clash 100 is the most flexible frame on the market today (55 on the Babolat Racquet Diagnostic Center). The Clash 100 Tour is also as stable as any other frame in the tennis industry (3.9 degrees torsional stability).
Wilson has engineered StableSmart technology into the Clash 100 Tour giving it extreme stability and feel, even with a relatively thin beamed frame (24.5 mm). The only other frames that are more flexible than the Clash line would be the wooden racquets of old. The flexibility of the frame gives it excellent feel and touch thanks to its superb ball-pocketing. FreeFlex, which is powered by carbon mapping, allows the Tour's frame to bend and react to the ball in all new ways allowing for better ball feel and ball pocketing.
With a highly accessible strung weight of 11.5 ounces (326 grams) and a strung swing weight of 322, the Clash 100 Tour is engineered to bring a new era of flexibility, feel and stability to the masses.
The Clash 100 Tour is a great option for intermediate and advanced level players looking for arm-friendliness, deeper ball pocketing, precision and stability. At 9 points head light (strung) the Tour is flexible enough to have no problem chasing down balls. This flexible and speedy player's frame allows for quick hands at net, slices and a generally fast all-court experience.