Victor Victor IP 8 N Squash Racket

Code: 459000
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The IP 8 N is engineered in Germany by Victor, it is suited for attacking players looking for a combination of speed and attack, whilst allowing high power and excellent control.

Due to the widening of the upper head, the sweet-spot has been enlarged giving this top-racket the required precision needed. It is made from 100% high modulus graphite with a teardrop head shape roughly 487cm2 in diameter, giving a larger sweet spot and greater margin for error. It is the professional squash association suggested length of 27”, weighing around 130g allowing for greater control and stability. A head heavy design, and balance point at 355mm gives even greater power. Ashaway Super Nick XL Micro string is used, following a 14 x 18 template, with a maximum stringing tension of 12kg.

It follows a red and white coloured scheme and a full size thermo bag is issued as standard.


·         Material                                                   100% High Modulus Graphite

·         Colour                                                        Red, White

·         Head Shape                                            Teardrop

·         Head Size                                                 Approx. 487cm2

·         Weight                                                       Approx. 130g  

·         Length                                                        Approx. 27”

·         Balance                                                      Approx. 355mm

·         Maximum Stringing Tension         12kg.

·         String Pattern                                        14 x 18 Template

·         String                                                           Ashaway Super Nick XL Micro - Yellow

·         Game Type                                               Attack/Speed    

·         Bag                                                               Full Size Thermobag

·         Extras                                                         Concave, Developed in Germany