NEO VARIANT FRAME
Cutting through the air. A light, high-rigidity frame.
A neo-variant frame developed on the basis of the Gungnir-series frame design. Dimples of multiple parallelogram type are used on the upper surface of the frame. Suppresses air resistance to the max and avoids the stress during swings. Produces razor-like sharpness and sharp shuttlecock delivery.
Disperses stress. Triaxial carbon
A structure in which carbon fibers of different angles are woven in three directions. Additionally, a newly developed epoxy resin with high bonding strength further reduces the weight and increases the rigidity of the frame. Withstands stress from various angles that occur at the time of the impact and produces power that directly transmits swing energy and control performance with less shaking.
Shaft design developed by verifying swing patterns
Maximizes the rebound performance of the shaft at the time of impact by precisely performing flex and torque settings according to the swing pattern.