Introducing the Instinct MP Lite, the fastest and most user-friendly member of the Instinct family.
This racket brings the spin, power and precision of the standard Instinct MP to dedicated beginners and rising juniors. It should also work for the intermediate player who wants a comfortable and spin-friendly racket that delivers ultra easy acceleration.
The Instinct MP Lite is built with Graphene 360, which delivers the advantages of Head's polarized weight system while also reinforcing the racket's head in key locations. The result is extra stability at impact coupled with optimal energy transfer to the ball.
From the baseline this racket accelerates with remarkable ease, making it easier for you to attack the ball and take charge of the point. The open 16x19 pattern provides impressive spin-potential, and the sub 64RA makes this stick more arm-friendly than its competitors. The light weight makes it easier for improving players to scramble on defense or hit effective shots on the run.
The fast feel continues at net where this racket comes around extremely fast to deliver above average stability for a light racket.
Finally, on serve you'll have enough precision to swing for power.
As the most maneuverable member of the Instinct family, the MP Lite is a great option for beginners or early intermediates.
|Head Size:||100 in² / 645 cm²|
|Length:||27in / 68,5cm|
|Strung Weight:||281g / 9,9oz|
|Unstrung Weight:||265g / 9,3oz|
|Balance:||34,8cm / 2 pts HH|
|Unstrung Balance:||34cm/1 pt HL|
|Beam Width:||23mm / 26mm / 23mm|
|Grip Type:||Head Hydrosorb Pro|
|String Pattern:||16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T,8H
|Tension:||21-25kg / 48-57lb|
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