- Ashaway String
- Ektelon String
- Head String
- Pro Kennex String
- Tecnifibre String
- E-Force String
- Wilson String
- Forten String
- Gearbox String
- Gamma String
- Gosen String
- Dunlop String
One of the biggest manufacturers in the industry, Ektelon strings are tried and true. Used by Ektelon's young powerhouse Team Adrenaline, the Premier Power string has proven itself time and time again with a wide range of players.
Head has proven themselves as an innovative and successful company in multiple sports and racquetball is no exception. Used by top touring pro's like Rocky Carson and Ben Croft, Head knows how to produce quality products to fit the need of all levels of racquetball players. The Megablast String offers a solid combination of pop and durability.
Used by the #1 player in the world, Kane Waselenchuk, ProKennex doesn't need to produce an exorbitant amount of strings. Their Liquid 17 string is not only backed by the #1 player, but many other players, from beginning to advanced as being a very soft, comfortable string to play with at a great price.
Technifibre has a long tradition of manufacturing excellence. With only three sets of string made per hour, and each string packaged by hand, they ensure that each product is handled with care. Synonymous with soft playability, Tecnifibre 505 HPR String is one of the most popular strings among racquetball players.
With only a few sets of string for sale, you better believe E-Force did something right. Used by top touring pro Chris Crowther the E-Force Oxygen String is specifically designed with racquetball racquets in mind. Composed of over 1200 filaments, E-Force strings are engineered to have more playable characteristics at the lower tensions racquetball racquets are strung at.
One of the biggest companies in the sports equipment world, Wilson puts the same effort into it's racquetball products as it does it's other sports ventures. Wilson offers a multitude of different strings, but their NXT is one of the most powerful.
Even though you may not recognize the name right away, Forten is up there with the big dogs and has been in the business for forty years. Their focus as a business is on strings and they back that up with quality strings at great prices.
Gearbox is one of the newer manufacturer's to the racquetball game but that doesn't mean they're new to the sport. The owner has been in the racquetball business for decades and his engineering background gives their product a unique connection to the business. Gearbox offers two different strings, a multifilament for power, and a monofilament for control and durability. You can bet these strings were designed with a lot of thought behind them and that is evident from the large following they've cultivated in the few years of being in business and pro players like Anthony Herrera and Alvaro Beltran using their product.
By no stretch new to the string industry, Gamma utilizes multiple technologies across their string line. Most notably, the TNT2 and Livewire technologies give their string what Gamma refers to as, "dynamic elasticity and resiliency," which in simpler terms means POWER.
Originally promoted and made famous by tennis champion, Rod Laver, Gosen has been in the string game for about 60 years. This Japan based company incorporates their Nano Technology into their string making process, as well as a revolutionary flat string design, all in an effort to make a more powerful string.
Recently undergoing a major overhaul in their product and technology departments, Dunlop has always been about making a durable, playable, and comfortable string to hit with.