CHOMARAT carbon fiber reinforcement featured in Babolat’s new tennis racket
CHOMARAT’s C-PLY multiaxial carbon reinforcement, is added to the core of the Babolat’s Pure Aero for increased racket stability and performance.
Composite reinforcement company CHOMARAT (Le Cheylard, France) has announced it is partnering with sports equipment company Babolat (Lyon, France) on a new version of the Babolat Pure Aero tennis racket.
C-PLY, CHOMARAT’s multiaxial carbon reinforcement, is added to the core of the Babolat’s Pure Aero for increased racket stability and performance. According to CHOMARAT, the specificity of the reinforcement lies in its stitching thread, which is designed to remain visible after its impregnation.
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