Head Hawk Touch
It is available on the market in three sizes of diameter (1.15, 1.20 and 1.25 mm) and in the anthracite and red colours.
The Hawk Touch is a “soft” version of the traditional Hawk and inherits its ability to control, spin generation and tension holding.
It is in fact a string with a marked orientation to control that ensures excellent management of shots especially if played with adequate rotation.
Excellent access to the rotations that promote the execution of “heavy balls” and complicated management by the opponent.
Being quite versatile string are suitable for both a game made of “extreme rotations” and a more traditional game and only slightly “covered”.
Good in terms of power when tickled by strong movements produced by experienced and well-trained arms.
Also the tension hold is at very high levels and allows you to enjoy the characteristics of the string for about 10/12 hours of play.
Average comfort in the competitive monofilament segment.
From the instrumental tests made by the Stringingpedia team, the recommended tension range for gauge 1.25 (the one used for our field tests) is between 17 and 21 kg while the maximum resilience range is between 15 and 19 kg.
I had no problems with the stringing.
Tests were performed by stringing the Hawk Touch Head on:
- Donnay Formula 100 Hexacore (gauge 1.25 pulled to 21 kg)
- Head Graphene 360 Speed MP (gauge 1.25 pulled to 20 kg)
The Head Hawk Touch is a competitive monofilament designed for an experienced and well-trained audience.
It is a string designed for control and rotations with an excellent tension hold that guarantees top use for about 10 hours.
Excellent choice for tournament players who will be able to exploit and appreciate the characteristics of high level.