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ProKennex has done it again! These brainiacs have engineered yet another technology to raise the performance bar on their racquets.  The ProKennex Krowning Moment F175 is equipped with the new Force Flow Technology.  Located at the throat, this new design is engineered to force energy normally lost from the frame back into the string bed of the racquet, making it livelier and more powerful than ever.  To top it off, the cosmetics are refined and elegant, so feel the force flowing through you and impress your friends and opponents with the frames designed with the #1 player in the world in mind. If you have any doubts, #1 Kane Waselenchuk just concluded his record breaking 7th year end #1 ranking using the FFT 175!

 

Head Size: 106 sq. in. / 684 sq. cm.
Length: 22 inches / 56 cm
Unstrung Weight: 175g / 6.2oz
Strung Weight: 196g / 6.9oz
Balance: 11.125in. 1 pts Head Heavy
Swingweight: 152
Factory String: ProKennex Pure 1 Liquid 17
Composition: Graphite
Grip Type: ProKennex Kinetic Wrap
String Pattern:
14 Mains / 18 Crosses
Mains skip: N/A
Two Piece
Shared Holes: 6H,7H,4T,5T
String Tension: 28-38 pounds

Comments: I have been a ProKennex guy for over 15 years because their technology has eliminated any elbow or shoulder pain. The F175 took about two weeks to get get use to the head weight but it is by far the most superior racquet I have ever used. From power accuracy to finesse it is outstanding.

From: Tom, Laguna Beach, CA, USA, 03/12
Skill-level: B Level
String type and tension: Technifiber/factory

Comments: Been playing for close to 40 years. Have tried all manufacturers top end racquets. I tried the KM700 (my first ProKennex racquet),and loved the combination of power and control. Heard ProKennex racquets were easy on the arm, and its all true. Decided to try the F175. More power than KM700. Felt a little stiff at first and took a few weeks to get accustomed. Thought about going back to KM700 but kept hitting and now I'm able to hit with power and control with less effort then KM700. Decided to buy two more. Best racquet I've ever owned.
From: Eric, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 12/11
Skill-level:B now...used to be As
String type and tension: Factory

Comments: By far the best racquet I have ever owned.  Thanks to Racquetball Warehouse I could demo 4 racquets before I made the choice of Pro Kennex FFT 175. I put an E-Force Fly Paper Grip on it and the control from all over the court is simply amazing. You have to try one to believe it.  Not to mention the ease on the arm with no dampener!
From: Jason, San Fernando, CA, USA, 02/11
Skill-level: B
String type and tension: Tecnifiber 18Ga. 37lbs

Comments: I was playing with Head Racquets for many years until I demoed this Pro Kennex FFT 175, by far the best racquet I have ever used.  Plenty of Power, great control and so easy on my arm and shoulder.  Just demo it and use it for 3 games and you will see the difference.  Plus look up the technology on this racquet,  WOW
From: Mike, San Diego, CA, USA, 01/12
Skill-level: A
String type and tension: Factory

Comments: Been playing for close to 40 years. Have tried all manufacturers top end racquets. I tried the KM700 (my first ProKennex racquet),and loved the combination of power and control. Heard ProKennex racquets were easy on the arm, and its all true. Decided to try the F175. More power than KM700. Felt a little stiff at first and took a few weeks to get accustomed. Thought about going back to KM700 but kept hitting and now I'm able to hit with power and control with less effort then KM700. Decided to buy two more. Best racquet I've ever owned.
From: Eric, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 12/11
Skill-level:B
String type and tension: Factory

Comments:  I liked the Gearbox Racquet a lot until I tried the ProKennex FFT F175.  Now I own both but the Gearbox 170 Quad is a just a back up.  Big difference in the two racquets both are great racquets but ProKennex WINS!
From: Mike, LA, CA, USA, 01/12
Skill-level: A
String type and tension:  Factory

Comments: Very nice stick!!! I can't complain, I have a lot more power and touch... What else can you ask for? It has helped my game out.. Worth a demo at least!
From: Dillan, 12/11
Skill-level: B
String type and tension: ProKennex pure 1 Liquid 17 bout 34 pounds

Comments: Really good Racquet, has nice power and accuracy; switched from the Heatseeker to the KM F175. The heatseeker has a higher hitting power but this racquet feels just right in weight and in motion. When first playing might have to get used to the strings being a little vibraty, I tried a dampener and works but racquet just hits way better without one. Would easily choose this racquet any day.
From: Roy, Miami, FL, USA, 08/11
Skill-level: A
String type and tension: Factory

Comments: I've been hitting with F175 this whole weekend. One of the best sticks around. Just took it out of the box and started playing with it and 175 felt great. It was giving me so much power and feel to my game. I recommend the F175 to anyone that want to take their game to the next level.
From: Ramon, San Antonio, TX, USA, 07/11
Skill-level: Open
String type and tension: Factory string and 34lbs