Babolat Pure Drive 107 Tennis Racquet
Experience the Dark Side of Power with a new 2012 update to the legendary Babolat Pure Drive 107, now in a striking futuristic black graphic. The lone oversized option in the Pure Drive line, the 2012 Pure Drive 107 is updated with a new Cortex Dampening Interface for even better feel. Only those frequencies that enhance feel are permitted to pass through the Cortex filter. Continues use of GT technology, for extra stability at ball impact.
For Optimal String Performance Babolat Recommends:
- Durability: Babolat Pro Hurricane
- Playability: Babolat Xcel
- Hybrid: Babolat Pro Hurricane Tour 16 - Babolat Xcel
- Racquet Specifications
- Headsize: 107 sq. in.
- Length: 27.20 in.
- Weight (strung): 10.50 oz.
- Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 70
- Balance: 13.20 in. Head Light
- Cross Section: 26/23mm Tapered Beam
- Swingweight: 301 kg*sq. cm
- String Pattern: 16x19
- Grip: Syntec
Babolat has kept the specifications on the new Pure Drive 107 virtually the same as the previous generation Pure Drive Cortex and GT 107, and remains the most powerful power option in the Pure Drive line. 107 sq. in. head, 10.50 ounce strung weight, and 301 swingweight provide an excellent balance of power, control, and maneuverability.
- Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
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Upgrading to a bigger racquet
I've been playing with a Babolat pure storm team for the last few years and was beginning to notice I've been having a lot of frame shots. So I decided to get a bigger racquet. The Babolat pure drive 107 was a big improvement for my game. A lot less frame shots and a boost in power to boot. I would recommmend this racquet to anyone looking for an oversize frame.
So far I am loving this racket. Giving me more control than previous racket. Great service as well.
Great Comfortable Racquet
I tested the Babolat Pure Drive 107 racquet out and it felt the best out of the several 2014 racquets I had tried. I got 3 racquets immediately and after about a year later I am getting a forth one just in case the model gets discontinued. Great balance for an oversized racquet. It took me about 5-6 months to really get use to it. It doesn't have as much control as my Pro Staff 95s which I played with for many years, but the power, comfort, weight, and size makes this a better racquet for me now. Great overall racquet, I can't imagine playing with anything else available currently.
Great power and control. My serve has never been better, plus my elbow does not bother anymore. Buying a second one.
Overall feel is solid with comfort in the grip. Pleased with the shape of string area. Ideal for the recreational and competitive player. Includes a zippered cover.
Yes, this racquet is the best! Been playing with it (or its previous versions) for at least 5 years. Get yourself some RPM Blast 17 strings to go with it.
Great feel and power
I saw this racquet while I was in Florida on vacation in February and after handling it for few minutes knew that I had to get it. After two weeks of playing with it, it's my new fav. Power, good control and my serve has never been better. Also love the fact that my tennis elbow and rotator cuff have had zero problems even after long matches. This racquet is a must have and I'm ordering a second one and ditching my Prince.
Power, control, and feel
I switched to this racquet after more than 10 years with the Prince Thunderstick. My arm had been hurting and this racquet immediately felt better, plus is it has very good power, solid control, and imparts excellent spin. I love its maneuverability and bought a second one from Midwest Sports.
power with control
great racquet, easy to get power, depth and control, more pop on serves, good feel at net , with 18g rpm great top spin
best racquet ever!
i love this raqcuet it has the best dampening system ever with the cortex technology. i dont even need a dampener, but i use one anyways. this raqcuet has an exceptional balance of power and control! i love it!