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Clash 108 Tennis Racket

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  • Clash 108 offers the most generous sweet spot among Wilson's Clash lineup. At 108 square inches and just 9.9 oz (280 g), the head provides plenty of forgiveness at a comfortable swing weight. While a larger head typically reduces control, Clash 108 features a proprietary carbon construction that augments frame flexibility. This flexibility allows the frame to bend in dimensions that work seamlessly with the modern tennis swing, providing extra dwell time and ball pocketing for excellent control. StableSmart frame geometry delivers critical stability throughout the swing, creating an incredible feeling of confidence in every shot.


    *This racket ships unstrung. Select from the stringing options above and the Wilson team will string the racket for you.


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    • Oversize head provides plenty of forgiveness and enlarges the sweet spot for off-center hits
    • Powered by proprietary carbon mapping, FreeFlex allows the frame to bend in dimensions for maximum ball pocketing and ultimate control
    • StableSmart creates a unique frame geometry for the most flexible frame in tennis, delivering best-in-class stability and power 
    • Parallel Drilling provides a consistent, more forgiving string bed response
    • Uncontaminated design features clean lines, bold color accents and elastic finish of current Wilson performance racket design DNA
    • Stringing Instructions
  • Product SKU(s) WR008811U1, WR008811U2, WR008811U3, WR008811U4
    Cross Section 24.5 FB
    Head Size 108 sq in
    String Pattern 16x19
    Unstrung Balance 33.5CM/3 Pts HL
    Series Clash
    Unstrung Weight 280 g
    Length 27.25 in - 69.2 cm
    Player Type Avid Competitor
    Benefit Control
    Age Group Adult

Clash Tech Tabs

ABOUT CLASH

A racket for the modern player has arrived. Powered by proprietary carbon construction and a unique frame geometry, Clash features a revolutionary frame that bends in all-new dimensions while maintaining best-in-class stability. The result is a racket that exudes unmatched confidence and free-swinging accuracy - a racket that delivers a playing experience unlike any before.

FREEFLEX

A revolutionary technology that makes Clash the world’s first racket intentionally engineered to bend with any swing style. Both traditional, horizontal strokes and modern, vertical ones are enhanced through proprietary carbon mapping, allowing players to swing freely and confidently with maximum ball pocketing and ultimate control.

STABLESMART

Simulation-assisted geometry designed to provide best-in-class stability while allowing the frame to move in pre-specified dimensions.

DWELL TIME

Clash holds the ball 23% longer than the leading racket before exploding it off the string bed .*

DESIGN DNA

The game has never seen racket designs like this before – ones that focus only on the essentials and strips away all the unnecessary elements. What remains are timeless, uncontaminated designs, meticulous in detail and bold in their beauty. They create rackets that want to be held and a psychological edge for the player bold enough to pick one up.

  • HORIZONTAL BENDING

    With a Stiffness Index (SI) of 11.2 mm, Clash is the most flexible racket in tennis, measuring in at 115% more flexible than the leading racket*

  • VERTICAL BENDING

    Clash is the first racket specifically designed to bend with the modern swing, flexing to work in unison with today’s more vertical swing plane . Clash is 200% more vertically flexible than the leading racket.*

  • TORSIONAL STABILITY

    Clash’s flexibility pairs with best-in-class stability for a playing experience like no other. Clash is 100% as stable as the leading racket.*

* BASED UPON INTERNAL TESTING PERFORMED AT WILSON INNOVATION CENTER BETWEEN OCTOBER 2016 TO JANUARY 2019