Rated the #1 Synthetic Gut tested in March 2009 by the USRSA, Prince Premier LT 17 generates additional spin and provides a softer feel, while having slightly less durability than the 16 gauge version. This string provides natural gut comfort and power in a synthetic string. The advanced Linear Technology ensures that the multifilament fibers of the string are aligned parallel to each other. This alignment results in greater ball pocketing for a soft feel and greater power. Premier LT provides excellent shock dampening for a soft, comfortable feel. An excellent choice for players seeking ultimate comfort and power from a synthetic string.
Construction: Multifilament polyamide
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Tennis Express Reviews
I get all the power and topspin I want, plus I get a lot of control. I'm very happy with the Prince Premier LT 17 strings.
Prince Premier LT 17g
Excellent strings. Tennis Express included them with my racquet at no extra charge.
Prince Premier LT 17g strings
These strings have a nice feel to them and provide good power.
Premier LT 17
I have used these strings for many years now, and they still perform well. They have a great feel and are durable for my style of game.
Prince Tennis String-LT-17G
With being brand new at tennis and purchasing my first Babolat tennis raquet, I had no clue on what string to have on my raquet. With the great experience and help from Tennis Express, I used the Prince-LT17G string. I have been using it for almost a month and a half and I am extremely happy with the decision. It gives me a comfortable feel every time I hit the ball. It also gives me a great feel while hitting the ball with power or putting spin on the ball. It has a great all around feel and has been easy to adapt and learn to. For a beginner at tennis, I am very happy with it and would suggest it for anyone who is looking for a comfortable feel.
Really good strings. Strung them on a Prince EXO Hybrid for my teenage daughter. They have really great power with no hard hit through the racquet.
Prince Premier LT 17 g string
I tried this string and thought its soft string. I didnt really like comparing to my old HEAD FPX 16g string.
Ive been using this string for a couple of years, with my Babolat pure drive racquet. It produces good feel and spin, and is not that tough to your arms joints.
prince racket strings
do not know much about this subject and am just a recreational tennis player but all i know is that this works for me and last a lot longer than the strings i had before which i dont remember.
PREMIER LT 17G STRING
NOW THAT IVE PLAYED WITH THE STRING A FEW TIMES I LIKE IT AND WOULD USE IT IF I DIDNT ALREADY PLAY WITH YOUR NATURAL GUT.I HAVE ORDERED THE GUT WHEN YOU PUT IT ON SALE $40.00 AND WHEN THIS STRING WEARS OUT IM GOING TO STRING THE RACQUET PRINCE EXO3 BLUE 110WITH THE GUT. I HAVE USED THE GUT ON THE FIRST BLUE I BOUGHT FROM YOU AND THOUGHT IT WAS THE BEST STRING I HAD EVER USED. THE FIRST RACQUET BROKE THE FIRST WEEK I HAD IT BUT I LIKED IT BETTER THAN ANY OTHER RACQUET I HAD EVER PLAYED WITH SO I GOT ANOTHER AND SO FAR THIS HAS WORKED OUT FINE WITH PREMIER LT IN IT. JERRY LISENBY THE BIGGEST LOSER SEASON 4 WWW.JERRY LISENBY.COM
Premier LT 17g Strings
I dont know much about strings, however, they work great on my racquet! My tennis instructor told me that were great strings and told me how to have my racquet strung for my playing abilities! So far so good!
my favorite so far.
I am a 68 y/o 4.0 player who has tennis elbow and hits with moderate spin. So far in an attempt to play without pain I have tried Alpha, Technifeel, Gamma spin and Prince 17. This is so far my favorite. It has the most comfort and pop yet. A lot of feel, and mild spin. Best of all, no pain.
Kumar K. Goswami
Premier LT 16g strings
The strings are great .. very soft and very natural gut like. I feel I get plenty of spin am a heavy top spin player and lot so of control and a great feel of the ball. It does not last very long. If I play 3 times a week, Id say within a 4 to 6 weeks, the strings tear.