We have been many to test Duruss snowshoes. and the least we can say is that they have the look. The Duruss Steel is the right racket for players looking for a balanced racket with a touch of extra power compared to the Cobalt for example.
Materials and look
Contrary to what one might think, this racket is not made of steel, but of carbon. The materials used in this racket are very noble with an excellent finish. At the level of the look, it remains on the same line as the other rackets. The racket combines this famous foam used by other brands the super soft Eva which gives it a flexibility that do not necessarily for example Varlion. This full carbon racquet however increases the rigidity of the racket.
It's a racket that should be put in the hands of experienced padel players instead. It is not so technical, but its potential is important and to exploit it to the maximum, it is interesting to master all the shots padel.
Versatility focused on attack
What sets it apart from others is this cross maneuverability with a powerful racket but not that much. The overall balance of the racket, despite a rather heavy head weight, is relatively neutral in terms of playability. Clearly, this racket is not that powerful compared to stiffer rackets for example with similar head weight.
A strong snowshoe
Again, this racket is distinguished by its longevity. Indeed, it has an advantage that do not necessarily all snowshoes dropshot for example, in time the Duruss holds. And that's a good thing when you know how much paddle racket prices tend to go up quickly.
This is a brand that surprises us with its quality and robustness. This brand still unknown in France deserves to be known more as its strengths are numerous.
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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.