Allwood 102"

The Donnay Allwood 102 is the most flexible racket in the range, a frame capable of blending the absolute feeling of a classic racket and the rotations of a modern racket. The 102 string pattern lets you hit the ball with extreme ease, while the narrow and constant profile gives immediate connection with the ball. Power to sell, rotations and control make Allwood a very effective modern classic chassis.

Unibody, unique feeling

We have revolutionized the concept of sensitivity, adopting a new technology that aims at the purity of the impact with the ball. We make the rackets all in a single frame without adding pallets or polyurethane foam, with the frame entirely in graphite, from the tip to the handle, without interruptions. Unibody allows the best possible transmission of the feeling upon impact with the ball, returning sensitive feedback to the tennis player’s arm. We believe that feeling is the first thing to look for in a racket and that is why Unibody offers the maximum possible connection with the racket, because the handle is part of the racket itself.

Features

Head Size

102″ – 658 cm²

String Pattern

16 x 19

Beam

22 mm

Weight

300 gr.

Balance

32 cm

Swingweight

~ 290 Kg/cm²

Stiffness

50 RA

Length

27 – 68,6 cm

Price

Single Racket

Donnay Allwood 102″ Unibody Hexacore

€239 199 00
  • 1 Racket
  • 1 Sac
  • Back Pack Tour
  • Thermo Bag 12x
  • Free Shipping

Double Racket

Donnay Allwood 102″ Unibody Hexacore

€478 378 00
  • 2 Racket
  • 2 Sac
  • Back Pack Tour
  • Thermo Bag 12x
  • Free Shipping
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Full Pack

Donnay Allwood 102″ Unibody Hexacore

€686 507 00
  • 2 Racket
  • 2 Sac
  • Back Pack Tour
  • Thermo Bag 12x
  • Free Shipping
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Allwood 102"

racket in the range, a frame capable of blending the absolute feeling of a classic racket and the rotations of a modern racket.

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