Home > Rackets > Tennis >

Wilson Shift 99L V1 Tennis Racket. (Arctic Ice)
Wilson Shift 99L V1 Tennis Racket. (Arctic Ice)
Achieve the ultimate balance of spin and controllable power.

Alternative Views:

Product code: WR145511U
Colour: Artic Ice
Available grip sizes: L1, L2 and L3
String Pattern: 16x20
Our Price: £220.00 - In stock AW23

Product Code: WILSON-WR145511U


Description Technical Data
Wilson Shift 99L V1 Tennis Racket. (Arctic Ice)
Lightest version in the Shift collection that uses revolutionary bending technology to generate heavy spin with unmatched comfort. Achieve the ultimate combination of spin and power with the Wilson Shift 99L V1 Tennis Racket. Ideal for intermediate to advanced, all-around players who prefer a slightly lighter frame, the Shift 99L has an innovative string pattern and bending profile built to be stable, yet laterally flexible for controllable power and devastating spin. A first of its kind, the Shift V1 collection was built and refined via player feedback from all over the world. Add in the plant-based materials used throughout the end cap and bumper, this racket will bring your game to the next level.
  • Shift Benefit: Modern Spin and Comfort
  • Lightweight Version: More maneuverable racket than Shift 99 V1
  • 16x20 String Pattern: Slightly larger string pattern provides balance between control, spin, and power
  • Composition: Innovative geometry allows racket to bend in a way that generates ultimate comfort and keep more balls in the court
  • Reduced Environmental Footprint: End-cap, bumper composed of Agiplast, plant-based materials
  • Finalized Product: Built and refined using feedback from players worldwide
  • Design: Artic-prism design produces a clean, modern look that compliments its revolutionary technologies
  • ARC 3D: Wilson Labs innovation team's patent pending technology that utilized computer aided design software to create specific geometry that maximizes lateral bending without losing any torsional stability.

Share your knowledge of this product. Be the first to write a review »