POLIDATA ® RACKET ILLUSTRATIONS, HEAD, by Model Name (Page 1)

ARTHUR ASHE COMPETITION [I]
The first of several popular ASHE Competition models, this was black composite [p-tex like] between aluminum sheets.
ARTHUR ASHE COMPETITION 2
The second in the series, this one was a "boron flex" model with brown composite between aluminum sheets.
ARTHUR ASHE COMPETITION 3
The last of the Competitions, more modern construction and a thinner profile.
ARTHUR ASHE COMPOSITE EDGE
Another model using the Ashe name.
ARTHUR ASHE CUP
Yet another Ashe model.
VILAS
A very popular wood/graphite model, one of the first transitional composite rackets.
DIRECTOR GRAPHITE
Another version with the same sandwich of wood and graphite but with a much larger head.
DIRECTOR METAL
An oversized head but with an extruded metal frame.
STANDARD
If you've ever seen the early HEAD skis, you would recognize this metal racket.
MASTER 1 (BLUE)
Another model similar to the STANDARD.
MASTER 2 (BLACK)
A refined version of the MASTER.
PROFESSIONAL
A much more refined version of the metal frames.
ROYAL
One of the early complete composite frames.
ROYAL CARBON
Another version of the ROYAL.
FIBRCOR ST
Similar to the ASHE COMPETITIONS in structure.
SWING
Another model similar to the ASHE COMPETITIONS.





Notes
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