Starvie Kenta Pro 2024 Padel Racket
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New series of control rackets in Starvie's Premium Line! For the 2024 season, Starvie is launching their new Kenta series of padel rackets aimed at control players.
The Starvie Kenta Pro 2024 racket is designed to give you control, stability and maneuverability. It comes in a round head shape and a neutral weight distribution that appeals to the defensive-oriented player. The racket's core is made of medium-hard foam, which in combination with a relatively rigid frame ensures great precision.
To increase the performance of the racket, Starvie has added several new technologies to their racket in 2024. A few of the most prominent are the Hex Tech technology, which is a hexagonal structure molded into the surface of the racket. The structure ensures good contact with the ball and great durability as it is part of the surface and not "just" added on top of it. In addition, another technological innovation, Geo Bridge, provides you with a fast swing speed due to the hexagonal design at the heart of the racket. Finally, Starvie, in collaboration with Noene, has implemented a vibration dampening technology in the shaft of the racket to reduce shocks and vibrations.
Compared to the other models in the Kenta series, the Kenta Pro has the hardest core. This gives you a more solid contact with the ball and the racket is less forgiving on off-center hits compared to the softer versions. On the other hand, you get more appeal on shots where you hit the ball cleanly in the sweetspot.
Like Starvie's other rackets, the model is handmade in Spain.
Weight: 350-385 grams
Technologies used in Starvie Kenta Pro 2024
The racket frame is reinforced by two layers of carbon for improved control and power.
EVA Pro 50
The core of the racket is made from Pro 50 EVA foam, which is Starvie's medium density foam.
The surface of the racket is constructed with Starvie's new Hex Tech technology, which features a hexagonal rough pattern for increased precision and durability.
This new technology is implemented in the heart of the racket, which is shaped in a hexagonal design. The technology provides the racket with improved maneuverability and increases acceleration in your swing for greater power. In addition, Geo Bridge technology reduces vibrations from the strokes.
Reactive Holes is Starvie's new hole pattern improving the overall performance of the racket.
The shaft has been lengthened by 1.5 cm to provide more space for two hands.
In collaboration with Noene, Starvie has integrated a vibration dampening technology into the racket shaft. The technology absorbs up to 96% of the negative energy caused by shocks and vibrations from the impact in your strokes.