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Babolat Unveils 2012 French Open Line For Presale

Babolat Aeropro Drive French Open 2012Last year marked the beginning of a five-year partnership between Babolat and Roland Garros which included a line of products featuring the logo of the second Grand Slam of the year as well colors inspired by La Terre Bateau. With The French Open only seven weeks away, the French manufacturer has unveiled an expanded line in 2012.

In 2011, we saw a number of the Babolat Aero players taking to the clay courts with a frame that was primarily brick red in color compared to the traditional yellow of the regular Aeropro Drive GT. Babolat wouldn’t want to simply repeat the past, so this year the French Open cosmetic takes a hint from the new Pure Drive, going to a mostly Black color pattern that is accented by Brick Red and White.

We mentioned that the line was expanded to include another racquet, this one the lightest version of the Aero technology, the Aeropro Lite French Open. Featuring a nearly identical cosmetic but significantly less weight, the Aeropro Lite is another top selling frame, especially among juniors that are moving into their first adult length racquet.

Babolat Team RH X12 French OpenAlong with the new racquets comes a new line of bags. The three bags of the line are modeled after the Pro Team line from Babolat, featuring a six-pack, twelve-pack, and a backpack. With all the same features as the Team line, these particular bags have the official Roland Garros logo as well as a few other mentions of the great clay court event that it borrows the colors from.

These items will all be available to demo, ship, and sell in our store on 5/1/2012, but you can pre-order them now to ensure that you get your hands on one or more of these limited edition products.

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