The Wilson Burn 100 LS is available in a new pink cosmetic colorway! The Wilson Burn 100 LS Pink is the ultimate racquet for baseline players looking to burn through the competition. Lightweight power with Wilson's Spin Effect Technology delivering the ideal control from the baseline.
The Burn 100 LS Pink features Wilson's legendary Spin Effect Technology which permits additional string movement, increasing the RPM of every shot! Spin oriented 18x16 string pattern, 10.5 oz. strung weight, and 100 square inch head provides the ideal combination of spin and to go with increased power for intermediate to advanced players with fast swing.
A 23/24/25mm tapered beam and 100 square inch headsize provide increased power with a nice mixture of spin and control for intermediate to advanced players with a faster swing. Continues to provide excellent frame feedback offered by basalt fiber BLX technology. Parallel Drilled grommets for a more consistent response from the stringbed, as well as Wilson's X2 shaft which combines a longer handle for increased feel and leverage on two handed backhands and a rounded and narrower shaft to enable quick grip chances.
For Optimal String Performance Wilson Recommends:
Please Note: Wilson does not include a cover with this racquet.
Headsize: 100 sq. in.
Length: 27.00 in.
Weight (strung): 10.50 oz.
Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 70
Balance: 13.25 in. Head Light (2pts)
Cross Section: 23/24/25mm Tapered Beam
Swingweight: 312 kg*sq. cm
String Pattern: 18x16
Grip: Wilson Sublime
Spin Effect Technology
The first racquet technology that will increases your PRM's for you. This technology will maximize string movement to increase the strings snap back by 69% without changing a thing in your swing.
The BL in BLX stands for basalt, which is a volcanic rock material known for its incredible vibration dampening properties. The basalt is then used inside the frame of the BLX racquets along with 10 additional elements to create the "Perfect feel".
By drilling the grommet holes parallel to each other this technology not only increases the sweet spot but also established a more forgiving string bed response.
This technology combines an extended handle for additional feel and leverage on two-handed backhands and a rounded and thinner shaft for faster grip changes.
Just tried it for practice yesterday and does have a lot of spin and pop from baseline. The net play feel is different from my Kfactor that I am using so might take some time to adjust to it. It seems like a solid racquet and at this price, can't beat it.
Lisa J. from VA wrote (November 07, 2016):
After using an off the shelf racquet for a year, I upgraded and it's terrific!
4 StarsGood choice for my daughter
Karl from CO wrote (June 10, 2016):
I recently bought this racquet for my daughter. She's a vastly improving beginning player whom I've noticed likes to play the majority of her shots from deeper back on the baseline. She's not the strongest player and she has reiterated to me that this racquet is very lightweight, allowing her to play longer and swing faster. She's really been putting good depth on the ball and has kept her opponents on their heals. Highly recommend this frame to any parent out there looking to buy a racquet for their kid.
4 StarsBest spin racquet
Katherine from wrote (June 06, 2016):
I’m in my early 40’s and I play year round, 3-4 times a week both inside and outside, hard court and clay court. I have been playing with the Head Graphene Instinct MP, but my pro recently suggested I try something a little lighter and with a spin technology. I was nervous about trying the Spin Effect technology with the Wilson racquet, but I do not regret it at all! This racquet has turned my previously flat shots into a hard, topspin ball. I have been able to get more depth on my ground strokes than I ever have in the past. I am also more confident in my approach shots and moving into the net for volleys and overheads. This frame is extremely forgiving and very maneuverable on the court. If you’re looking to add some more spin to your all around game, I definitely recommend trying this racquet. I strung it with a polyester string (softer strings will break VERY quickly- learned the hard way!) at about mid tension.