Dunlop updates player frames with Biomimetic Tech
GREENVILLE, SC — Dunlop today announced a limited release for the new Biomimetic 100 and Biomimetic 200 Tour rackets in the U.S. Both control-oriented frames begin shipping to retailers on September 1, but quantities are extremely limited; Dunlop is only making enough rackets available to accommodate a few hundred players nationwide.
The two rackets use Dunlop’s three signature Biomimetic technologies: Aeroskin, HM6 Carbon and Gecko Tac grip. (To read more on those technologies, see accompanying press release). Here’s a breakdown of these two new rackets:
An ideal racket for advanced players, the 100 features:
90sq. inch head 320mm Balance
330g/11.64oz strung weight 19mm parallel beam
16x19 string pattern 27” long
See more info online here
The Biomimetic 100 is the perfect racket for advanced players who require the utmost in control and maneuverability from a 90sq. inch head size. The 100 allows players with a full swing to attack the ball while maintaining accuracy.
The racket is constructed with 100% premium Aerogel enhanced graphite and features Dunlop’s Biomimetic technologies: HM6 Carbon, which enhances the racket’s feel; Aeroskin, which reduces aerodynamic drag making the racket faster through the air; and Gecko-Tac grip, which greatly reduces slippage in the most challenging of conditions
*Biomimetic 200 Tour
Also designed for the advanced player, the 200 Tour features:
95sq. inch head 320mm Balance 349g/12.31oz strung weight 20mm beam 16x18 string pattern 27” long See more info online here
At 349 grams (strung), the 200 Tour delivers a solid and stable feel for players with long swings, capable of generating their own power. The racket features an open string pattern (16x18), which helps generate spin on a variety of shots. The racket’s sky blue accents stand out beside the chrome cosmetic. The racket is constructed with 100% premium Aerogel enhanced graphite and features Dunlop’s Biomimetic technologies: HM6 Carbon, which enhances the racket’s feel; Aeroskin, which reduces aerodynamic drag making the racket faster through the air; and Gecko-Tac grip, which greatly reduces slippage in the most challenging of conditions.
Hunter Hines, Tennis Product Manager for Dunlop Sports Group Americas, said, “Throughout the years, Dunlop has always had a core group of advanced players who are true aficionados of our 100 and 200 Tour models. For 2011, we’ve updated those rackets with Biomimetic technologies that give players access to greater racket head speed, added power and a more stable feel, without sacrificing the legendary control for which they’re known.”
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