Wilson is a long time leader in the sporting goods industry and has equal passion for racquetball. The newest line of Wilson BLX Racquets feature the proven graphite technology combined with updated head shapes, string patterns and innovative names and cosmetics.

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Wilson is back on the racquetball footwear scene with the New Storm and Recon shoes. Light, bright, and comfortable, Wilson is making a statement with high quality shoes for the 2014 season. Trust Wilson, your feet deserve it.

Wilson is a market leader in the green movement. Wilson bags feature lightweight, environmentally friendly materials without sacrificing the durability or usability. Wilson red is the new green!

Wilson racquetball gloves can accomodate every player and playing style. The Wilson Red Zone Glove features a unique tanning process to maximize absorption, grip and durability. The Wilson Hope Glove is the only glove built on a woman's hand and is part of the Wilson Hope Movement to support breast cancer research.

Wilson is the first and only company to incorporate a racquet technology in their eyewear - the Wilson nVue Racquetball Eyewear guarantees unmatched fit and performance with adjustable nose pieces and arms and a lightweight, durable frame. For those that suffer from fogging, the Wilson Vents offer maximum airflow to the lenses for uninterrupted visibility.

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 Hollow Core Pro is one of the most innovative. Like the name implies, the string has a hollow core, which makes for a very comfortable string to hit with.
Often overlooked but rarely disappointing, Wilson racquetballs offer consistent speed and bounce. The Hope racquetballs are one of a kind with a portion of all sales going to support breast cancer research. The pink color is great for visibility, even with the lightning fast speed of the Hope ball.