[intense_blockquote] The brand Duruss makes a huge blow with his racket: DURUSS SCAMPINI
Soft, powerful, handy ... This Duruss offers us an extraordinary playing comfort [/ intense_blockquote] [intense_video video_type = "youtube" video_url = "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxB_ILQycWQ" autoplay = "1" ]
[intense_heading font_size = "20" font_color = "info" font_family = "google | 'Arial Black', Gadget, sans-serif" font_weight = "700"] A surprising maneuverability [/ intense_heading]
We had it tested by two padel players. verdict: Impressive lightness.
While it may be too easy for some players who need a heavier racket or with a strong character on the attack, overall this racket is a true well of technology with a racket 100% carbon. It is stuffed with carbon from the foot to the head.
This racket is designed especially for competitors, but it is a racket that is particularly appreciated by women. Our tests have proved very interesting at this level. Indeed, it is particularly balanced. And its weight so well distributed that it does not even feel like having a paddle racket in your hands. This lightness and balance of the racket accentuate the handling.
[intense_heading font_size = "20" font_color = "error" font_family = "google | 'Arial Black', Gadget, sans-serif" font_weight = "700"] Designer Scampini on the Controllers [/ intense_heading]
Leandro Scampini born in the city of Mar del Plata (Argentina), began his studies in engineering mate [intense_tooltip title = "poke it!" Tooltip_background_color = "info" tooltip_font_color = "success" tooltip_border_color = "inverse"] [/ intense_tooltip ] rials. Specialist in design and digital art, he decided to collaborate with Duruss to develop a unique racket with its superb look.
We feel that there is a thorough research on this racket balance almost too perfect. Besides, she is unique.
So above all, pamper it!
Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.