Adidas Challenge Force

Adidas Challenge Force Blade
Approx. $ 69 USD
Price $

User Ratings (7)

Speed 8.7
Control 9.5
Stiffness 3.8   
Some flex
Hardness 4.7   
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 89
Control 98
Weight 86g
Plies 5
Thickness 6.0mm
There are 1 users using the Adidas Challenge Force.
The adidas Challenge Force is a 5-ply blade for the offensive game whilst maintaining a high level of control. Limba wood of medium hardness is used as the top and second layer for a good balance between speed and softness that is required for a stable topspin. The adidas Challenge Force provides a very soft touch, a clear vibration and a high sound while maintaining the level of speed as the offensive 5-ply blade of 6.0mm thickness. The Challenge Force can be called as the "classic" offensive blade. If you are looking for a medium fast blade with a soft touch and good control, the adidas Challenge Force should be your first choice!

Reviews (4)

gyman75  on 4/15/2014

the best 5 plies blade I have used so far. easy to play with great speed. looping, smashing and blocking is so easy. suitable with any kind of rubbers..soft.. hard.. europe..chinese. moreover it is very cheap. I had tried bty timo boll w5, bty all hinoki 5, andro temper...adidas far better..those who like all wood blade should give a try..
AbramczukMenel  on 6/11/2019

perfect feeling great crafmanship Control is on point Hard and slow loop whatever you want is Amazin Blade plays better than Acoustic
marohh  on 8/30/2015

Great fast allround (off-) blade with high quality, quite similar to the legendary Butterfly Primorac. Topsin, blocking, serve, push - everything works fine. I use it with medium hard rubbers (Tibhar Evolution) and thats a great combination for me.
Ben3931  on 3/15/2014

perfect all round blade with a very nice comfortable handle and used by Ben Knights ;)

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