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    The Head Graphene 360 Speed 120 - the key to pace!

    May 14, 2019 9:46:11 PM / by Alex Robertson posted in head, Head, racquet, Review, review, squash, Squash Racquet

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    The Head Graphene 360 Speed 135 - Power, speed, pace... and power!

    Apr 14, 2019 9:48:39 AM / by Alex Robertson posted in head, Head, Review, review, squash, Squash Racquet

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    The Tecnifibre Dynergy APX 135 - All the power you need!

    Mar 19, 2019 11:15:36 PM / by Alex Robertson posted in racquet, Review, review, squash, Squash Racquet, tecnifibre, Tecnifibre Dynergy APX

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    The Tecnifibre Dynergy APX 120 - A squash racquet that caters to all levels!

    Mar 16, 2019 4:57:58 PM / by Alex Robertson posted in racquet, Review, review, squash, Squash Racquet, tecnifibre, Tecnifibre Dynergy APX

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    Get closer to the court - Asics Gel Blade 6

    Jan 19, 2019 11:23:58 AM / by Alex Robertson posted in Mike McCue, Nick Sachvie, asics, Asics, review, Review Indoor Court Shoes, Samantha Cornett, Squash Shoes

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    A review of the ASICS Gel-Blade 6 Indoor Court Shoes

    Oct 12, 2018 7:28:52 PM / by Jeff Warren posted in Indoor Court Shoes, Mike McCue, asics, Asics, Review, review

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    If you are serious about performance and want to get the most of your game possible you owe it to yourself to check out the Asics Gel-Blade 6 ...

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    A review of the Asics Gel-Fastball 3 Indoor Court Shoes

    Oct 9, 2018 7:33:47 PM / by Jeff Warren posted in Indoor Court Shoes, asics, Asics, Cameron Seth, Review, review

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    Are you looking for a light, high performance pair of indoor court shoes? If so, take a serious look at the Asics Gel-Fastball 3 ...

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    The S Line from Eye Rackets - Fly like Superman Paul Coll!

    Dec 17, 2017 3:25:22 PM / by Jeff Warren posted in Indoor Court Shoes, paul coll, Eye Rackets, Review, review, S Line

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    What shoes would you use if you were the fastest player on the PSA world tour?

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    My New Magic Wand

    Oct 1, 2017 10:41:24 AM / by Nicole Garon posted in Review, review, Salming, salming forza pro, Squash Racquet, Squash Racquet Review

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    The last few years I have been playing with the Salming Forza (both the blue and the pink to keep things exciting). Recently Salming has produced a few variations of their racquets to provide even more options to suit every squash player out there from recreational club to professional (or wanna be professional dreamers like me)!

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    A Review of the Asics Gel-Fastball 2

    Oct 30, 2016 11:58:52 AM / by Jeff Warren posted in asics, Asics, fastball 2, Review, review

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    The original Fastball were a well-received shoe for us. They were an excellent alternative to the Blast 6 for those that were looking for a lighter, lower profile shoe. They are indeed quite light and keep the player very close to the court. The Fastball 2 pick up right where the original Fastball left off. They are light, comfortable, low to the court and offer excellent lateral stability. Mike McCue, one of our sponsored athletes recently switched from the original Fastball to the new Fastball 2 and he was kind enough to provide feedback on them. Mike has played in Asics Blast 4, Blast 5, Blast 6, Blade 4 and the original Fastball so he is able to compare them to many of Asics most commonly used models for squash.

    Here is Mike’s report on the Asics GEL Fastball 2:

    “The Fastball 2 is the latest incarnation of the Asics model that bridges the gap between the ultra-light Blade and bulkier new Blast models. Having recently worn the Blade and Fastball 1's, there was no major shock transitioning to the Fastball 2. There is more support in the metatarsal area, which had been a bit thin in the past and could lead to some foot pain. The mold also easily accommodated my slightly wide foot, which has sometimes been a problem as well. Despite this reinforced support, the shoe is still incredibly light and barely noticeable when moving around court, which is always a good sign. The break-in phase was minimal and there were no problems with slippery soles. The Fastball 2 is an obvious choice for anyone who has previously enjoyed Asics footwear, and a new option for those seeking more durability out of a high performance shoe.”

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