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Utilizing Fischer designs, Pacific releases its lighter players racquet, the Pacific X-Force.  Built from the mold of the classic favorite Fischer Pro No. 1, this racquet comes in at a lighter weight with all the same technology and features as the X-Force Pro.  This model features BasaltX technology, the strictest standard in producing consistent basalt fibers for increased feel and vibration dampening.  The Pacific X-Force also features the Zero Tolerance standard, ensuring all racquets are subject to the strictest manufacturing tolerances to ensure consistent specifications and playability for players with multiple racquets.  This racquet also features the Speed Zone system, which ensures maximum ball acceleration and high levels of control by minimizing frame deformation at impact.  The X-Force features all of the control of its heavier brother in a lighter package.  This will make it a solid choice for the all court developing junior as well as those that simply prefer a lighter frame.  The X-Force performs best in the hands of intermediate to advanced players that like to attack and finish points quickly.

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Customer Reviews

August 2011
pacific racquet
a very low power rating but excellent handling and quickness. Great for quick net exchanges not so good if you need a racquet that is forgiving of bad footwork or off center hits. I like the manueverability for different types of serves. would recomend it to 4.5 or better player.

September 2012
Pacific X Force Tennis Racquet
It's a great racquet for flat serves and ground strokes. DH backhand seems to need little more effort with this racquet. All in all, a good racquet.

July 2013
One of the best
I am a stringer and 4.5 player that hits the fuzzy hard. One handed on the backhand wing, I have many sticks and lots of string to experiment with. This Pacific was the first good racquet I purchased, and I have 2, plus about a dozen other. It is a soft racquet, and you will feel the flex especially if you come from a stiff one. That softness, along with saving your arm mucho stress, is kinda like a well tuned golf shaft, where you can feel it flex and launch the ball where you want it...If you golf you know when a shaft is too stiff and I think that is true for tennis racquets, sorry Babolat. I swing fast and it matches my pace with that nice flex for really good pace and control. Going back to a stiff stick feels, well, klunky. I weigh this one down on the neck with about .4 oz to get to 11.4 oz and 5pts head light. Favorite string is Tourna Big hitter blue gear 53# mains, Pacific preimium powerline X 16 in the crosses at 58. Pricey, but it keeps tension really well and lasts a

July 2014
Pacific X force
learning curve in using the new racket

Tennis Express Reviews

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Head Size: 98 sq. in MP
Length: 27 inches
Weight: Strung — 10.9 oz Unstrung — 10.4 oz
Tension: 50-60 Pounds
Balance: 7 Pts Head Light
Beam Width: 25mm-23mm-20mm
Composition: Basalt/Graphite
Flex: 65
Grip Type: Pacific Master's Grip
Power Level: Low
String Pattern: 16 Mains / 20 Crosses
Mains Skip: 8T,8H
One Piece
No Shared Holes
Swing Speed: Fast, Long Swing
Swing Weight: 307

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X Force Tennis Racquet

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