LI-NING RACQUET WIND(FENG) SET
Item code: AYPT059-1
Frame: MED High Modulus Carbon Fibre
Shaft: MED High Modulus Carbon Fibre
Balance: Even Balance(295±3mm)
Racquet type: Speed
Racquet set comes with : Racquct Box, 4 x Grips, Racquet soft cover
Remarks: Only selling racquet set, stringing option is not available.
Thinking back to those years, when Li Ning first entered the badminton field, he immediately launched the N series products, dividing their performance with “Wind, Forest, Fire and Mountain“. This coincided with the invincible “weapons and spirits” of the Golden Generation of Chinese Badminton at that time. The magical weapons such as “Yu Ling Feng”, “Xiao Tian Lin”, “Pi Li Huo” and “Xian Ren Shan” have become famous all over the world as the badminton superstars conquered various places. Although times have changed, the classics they have created are difficult to erase and are still praised by people today. Perhaps part of the reason for their enduring popularity is the “Wind, Forest, Fire and Mountain” fighting spirit that they want to convey through their equipment. This Wind, Forest, Fire and Mountain gift box set is also a tribute to the earliest N series products, and today, we will open it for you in the middle of the Chinese badminton unboxing.
Wind, Forest, Fire and Mountain originated from the military conflict section of “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu. Therefore, it is said that it is as fast as the wind, as gentle as the forest, as aggressive as fire, as steadfast as a mountain, as elusive as shadow, and as thunderous as a clap of thunder. Depending on the needs of the battlefield, when troops take action, they move quickly like a strong wind; when troops move in an orderly and steady manner, their formations are as orderly as the forest; when attacking cities and seizing land, they are as fierce as a raging fire and unstoppable; when defending and holding positions, they are as solid as a mountain and unshakeable. The text seems to be explaining the strategy of marching and fighting, and can be extended to refer to elite troops that never fail in battle, which is very appropriate