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Description

Gosen Polylon 17G provides good tension maintension with a cirsp feeling. It is an exceptionally valued string that provides surprising playability. A great string for any players looking for great value from their strings.

Color: Natural

Construction: Special Blended Mono Polyester

Gauge: 17G (1.24mm)

Length: 40'

Need help selecting a string? Check our our Choosing the Right String Guide for more assistance.

Customer Reviews
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AL
January 2012
Works good for me as a cross with ALU Power Rough
4/5
I bought some of this to get a total to over $75 for the free shipping. Two weeks ago I strung it as a cross with ALU Power Rough although I heard it was not a good combo as synthetic gut gets worn too quickly with the ALU Rough. After two weeks, this hybrid is still spinning the ball tremendously well, but the strings do move more due to the slick nature of the Polylon. It doesnt bother me much, since I can get great performance for minimal cost: Mini Reel ALU $30 - 120 $5 mains + Polylon $3 - 40 $1.50 crosses = $6.50 hybrid. Plus, it lasts a long time. After two weeks of play, the spin is greater than a full bed of Pro Line II or a full bed of Luxilon Savage, and at a lower price.


California
May 2013
strings
5/5
I purchase strings each month. I have been stringing for 20 years, customer service is very important, you are the best.


NJ
July 2013
Goslen Polylon & Wilson Extreme strings
4/5
I had heard a lot from TV tennis commentators about the new polyester strings that the pros use which give a boost to their ability to hit with greater spin. Unknowingly, I had a racquet strung with all polyester string several months ago, and was unhappy with the performance`;` it seemed that my control was diminished, and the ball tended to trampoline off the strings, going long many a time. Since then I read that many players use polyester for the mains, and a non-polyster nylon or gut for the crosses. So I had another racquet strung this way using the Goslen Polylon 17g string for the mains, and Wilson Extreme Synthetic Gut 16g for the mains. Control is much improved, but I dont see much difference in my ability to apply spin. Perhaps this is because I hit a pretty flat ball to begin with, and no, my topspin did not come close to resembling Rafas. All in all, I am satisfied with the strings. I think I knew in my heart that racquet and string do not a player make, but rat


ca
September 2013
excellent control
4/5
I used this for main strings in a hybrid setup, and i have been very impressed with the control i am getting with these strongs. I utilize a Wilson Blade K factor tour 90, and have excellent control and topspin on groundstrokes. Excellent value for money


British Columbia
November 2015
Gosen Polylon
1.33333333333/5
These strings did not work out for me. I prefer the Polylon Polyquest 17 - far softer, with more feel, and power. This string name has been changed to Polylon Professional.

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Product Specs
Characteristic Spin-Friendly
Desc1 POLYLON TENNIS STRINGS 17G/1.24MM NATURA
Gauge 17
String Length Single Set
String Type Polyester

GOSEN

Polylon Tennis Strings 17g 1.24mm Natural

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  • Description
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  • Specs
  • Product Specs
Description

Gosen Polylon 17G provides good tension maintension with a cirsp feeling. It is an exceptionally valued string that provides surprising playability. A great string for any players looking for great value from their strings.

Color: Natural

Construction: Special Blended Mono Polyester

Gauge: 17G (1.24mm)

Length: 40'

Need help selecting a string? Check our our Choosing the Right String Guide for more assistance.

Customer Reviews
Tennis Express Reviews


AL
January 2012
Works good for me as a cross with ALU Power Rough
4/5
I bought some of this to get a total to over $75 for the free shipping. Two weeks ago I strung it as a cross with ALU Power Rough although I heard it was not a good combo as synthetic gut gets worn too quickly with the ALU Rough. After two weeks, this hybrid is still spinning the ball tremendously well, but the strings do move more due to the slick nature of the Polylon. It doesnt bother me much, since I can get great performance for minimal cost: Mini Reel ALU $30 - 120 $5 mains + Polylon $3 - 40 $1.50 crosses = $6.50 hybrid. Plus, it lasts a long time. After two weeks of play, the spin is greater than a full bed of Pro Line II or a full bed of Luxilon Savage, and at a lower price.


California
May 2013
strings
5/5
I purchase strings each month. I have been stringing for 20 years, customer service is very important, you are the best.


NJ
July 2013
Goslen Polylon & Wilson Extreme strings
4/5
I had heard a lot from TV tennis commentators about the new polyester strings that the pros use which give a boost to their ability to hit with greater spin. Unknowingly, I had a racquet strung with all polyester string several months ago, and was unhappy with the performance`;` it seemed that my control was diminished, and the ball tended to trampoline off the strings, going long many a time. Since then I read that many players use polyester for the mains, and a non-polyster nylon or gut for the crosses. So I had another racquet strung this way using the Goslen Polylon 17g string for the mains, and Wilson Extreme Synthetic Gut 16g for the mains. Control is much improved, but I dont see much difference in my ability to apply spin. Perhaps this is because I hit a pretty flat ball to begin with, and no, my topspin did not come close to resembling Rafas. All in all, I am satisfied with the strings. I think I knew in my heart that racquet and string do not a player make, but rat


ca
September 2013
excellent control
4/5
I used this for main strings in a hybrid setup, and i have been very impressed with the control i am getting with these strongs. I utilize a Wilson Blade K factor tour 90, and have excellent control and topspin on groundstrokes. Excellent value for money


British Columbia
November 2015
Gosen Polylon
1.33333333333/5
These strings did not work out for me. I prefer the Polylon Polyquest 17 - far softer, with more feel, and power. This string name has been changed to Polylon Professional.

Description

No Specs Available.

Product Specs
Characteristic Spin-Friendly
Desc1 POLYLON TENNIS STRINGS 17G/1.24MM NATURA
Gauge 17
String Length Single Set
String Type Polyester

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