Traditionally rackets are constructed by aligning single carbon fibers on a flat plane, and then processirg them in different angles.
Additional reinforcements are attached at certain spots where extra strength is required. The braided fibers technology makes it possible to combine several different fibers by weaving them togerther of "braiding" them into a flexible tube.
The result is a multidirectional, strong fiber structure that may contain several different components for the entire racket design.
Such a "tube" consisting of several materials enables production of compact, light-weight rackets with low vibration, a narrow cross-section and controlled stiffness.
This sophisticated and superior technology-which creates much higher costs is applied to many of the rackets of the NINE-O-SERIES presented to you on the following pages.