Yesterday I received a parcel containing several Toalson racquets and strings. This means it’s review time!
Toalson is a relatively unknown brand on the tennis market, but they’ve been around for a while. This is what it says on their website: Toalson is a brand of TOA STRINGS CO.,LTD. With over 60 years of experience in manufacturing, sales and marketing of sports products Toals is a reliable world player in the sports market.
What stands out about Toalson racquets? Well, for one, they’re made in Japan, not China. In times of Peng Shuai’s disappearance (something similar happened to Jack Ma when he criticised the Chinese government), it feels nice to see “Made in Japan” (like with Yonex racquets).
The parcel contained three different racquets, a few packages of strings and some overgrips. Thanks to Alex Camacho Prats for arranging the demo package.
Toalson Racquet Reviews to come
I will review the following racquets.
Toalson Forty Love XX
|Head Size||98 sq. inch|
|Weight||average 305 g|
|Balance||average 315 mm|
|String Pattern||16 x 20|
Toalson S-Mach Pro 97 310
|Head Size||97 sq. inch|
|String Pattern||16 x 19|
Toalson Sweet Area Training Racquet 320
|Material||Graphite and Glass fiber|
|Head Size||60 sq.inch|
I’m testing polys like Aster and Profocus and they also sent multifilaments like Mugen and T8. It will be interesting to find out how these strings perform. Based on the comments on my Instagram post, people seem quite positive and excited about Toalson products. Is it the “magic of Made in Japan” or something else? Time and testing will tell.
Have you tried any Toalson products in the past and what do you think about them?