Wilson [K] Six.Two Tennis Racquet
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Sales Rank: 136,295
Shipping Weight (lbs): 1
Dimensions (in): 20 x 15 x 15
Release Date: March 5, 2008
| • ||All-around tennis racquet with unmatched control and feel|
| • ||Next-generation [k]arophite black nanotechnology creates high precision|
| • ||Double Hole technology results in a smoother feel and added power|
| • ||Designed for players of any skill level; weighs 10.6 ounces strung|
| • ||100-square-inch head size; measures 27 inches long; 4 to 4-5/8 grip|
The Wilson K Six Two 100 is the next generation of the nCode n6 and nSix Two and remains one of the most versatile choices in the K Factor line. With the KSix Two, Wilson has combined the power, stability, and crispness of K Factor technology with a slightly more versatile, and a surprisingly controlled 25mm beam. No longer head heavy (as with previous generation n6 and Hammer 6.2), the KSix Two is more maneuverable and feels slightly lighter than its 10.5 oz. strung weight suggests. The KSix Two suits a wide variety of playing styles and ability levels, as long as the player possesses a moderate to long swing. All [K] Factor racquets utilize Wilson's proprietary next-generation [K]arophite Black structure which adds additional bonds between the SiO2 and graphite molecules on a nanoscopic scale, resulting in more feel and a stronger, more stable racquet. Overall, there are 4 new key [K] Factor technology concepts found in various configurations depending on the [K] Factor model.
What's the difference between winning and losing? Wilson boils it down to one word: [k]ontrol. The Wilson [K] Six.Two remains one of the most versatile choices in the [K] Factor line, making it a terrific all-around racquet for players of any skill level. The [K] Six.Two is made using [k]arophite black nanotechnology, a proprietary next-generation structure that results in better feel and a stronger, more stable performance. As a result, it's easier than ever for players to shape their shots and hit the corners with accuracy. And control is a crucial tool, as players who had the fewest unforced errors have won a combined 74 percent of the most recent Grand Slam tournaments.
The racquet also boasts Wilson's Double Hole technology, with an increased diameter for the grommet holes. This allows the stringbed to flex more when impacted by the ball, resulting in a smoother feel and added power. Other details include a slightly more versatile 25 mm beam and a lightweight head. A favorite of players everywhere, the [K] Six.Two helps you [k]ontrol your opponent and take your game to the next level.
- Si: 5/6 (medium or fast)
- Head size: 100 square inches
- Length: 27 inches
- Weight: 10.0 ounces (unstrung), 10.6 ounces (strung)
- Balance: 5 points HL (unstrung), 2 points HL (strung)
- Grip size: 4 to 4-5/8
- Cross section: 25.0 mm
- Rec. string: [K] Gut
- Rec. grip: [K]ontrol
- Stringing recommendations: 16 x 19 pattern, 53- to 63-pound tension
Chicago-based Wilson Team Sports Company, a division of Amer Sports, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sports equipment. The company designs, manufactures and distributes advanced equipment that helps players improve performance. Wilson’s core categories include football, basketball, baseball, softball, bats, volleyball, soccer, youth sports, uniforms/apparel, golf, footwear, and racquet sports.
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