Which String Should I Choose?
Natural Gut / Poly Hybrid
Similar to using all Natural Gut string, a hybrid of both Natural Gut and Poly strings takes some of the pressure off your arm, while the Poly provides more durability, power and a longer lasting string bed. Placing our Gut on the mains will give you added power, but if you place our gut on the crosses your going to get more control and increased durability. I always suggest a 17G poly and our particular Poly (of course you can use whatever Poly you desire) is excellent for durability. If you go too thick on the Poly your going to give up more touch and feel, but if you go too thin, durability will greatly diminish and the reason for suggesting 17G.
Our Poly strings and Polys in general provide the most control, durability, added spin potential and cost savings, but tend to be tougher on the arms than Natural Gut. We offer some of the most affordable high quality Polys on the market at a fraction of the cost compared to our nearest like competitor. Sure there are some other cheap Polys in this price range, but they are definitely not the same quality. Our Poly colors also look really cool.
Natural Gut String
Natural Gut Tennis String is loved by millions of tennis players around the world because of it's "soft" and easy-to-play-with attributes. Easy on the arm while providing more feel than traditional poly strings. Please give our top quality Natural Gut a try and you'll immediately see and feel the difference. Yes, Natural Gut tends to cost significantly more than Polys, but with our unbeatable prices you can use the highest quality string without breaking the bank. Think about it. Why spend a few dollars less for a cheap full bed Poly when you can have Natural Gut in your racquet that almost certainly will improve your overall game and definitely is better for your overall arms longevity? If you want to reduce costs even more, then simply Hybrid our Natural Gut with one of our Polys. To maximize the savings place our Natural Gut on the crosses and Poly on the mains. Either way works great, but you will get more life out of the strings this way and more control in your game.