Stiga Offensive Classic (OC)

Stiga Offensive Classic (OC) Blade
Approx. $ 46 USD
Price $

User Ratings (33)

Speed 7.6
Control 8.3
Stiffness 3.6   
Some flex
Hardness 5.2   
Medium
Consistency 7.6   
Always identical
Overall 8.6 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 5.2 / 10
Control 6.8 / 10
Weight 90g +/- 5g
Plies 5
There are 10 users using the Stiga Offensive Classic (OC).
An attacking, lightweight blade. Offensive Classic is built to suite fast and technical attacking play.

Reviews (25)

zhuangcorp  on 3/25/2008

This is a great and versatile blade, at relatively low price! Speed would be Off- and control is excellent. The blade has a great handle that is very comfortable. The blade is also very thin, that produces fantastic feedback and comfortable vibration. This feeling the blade gives you allows you to judge your swings. One can have more confidence to take bigger swings on the ball because you can feel what you're doing right. For the player who likes to have a very versatile offensive game with power loops, slow loops, high arc loops, smashes, flips, counter-loop, I'd say this is truly a wonderful blade.
+6
superspin  on 7/29/2014

this blade is not slow at all, unless you use very slow rubbers . with with descent speed rubbers the blade feels off- . the blade is very thin around 5.4mm hence good flex noticeable on big strokes also high throw,very easy to play topspin and loop game. mind you the blade does come with good vibrations bit more than your regular blade which some of us like and some don't . no real bad point about this blade that I can find at the moment, seems to play everything ok.
+4
PierreAd  on 11/5/2015

Flexible blade but medium hardness. Gives a versatile offensive blade. I find it difficult to understand how people can rate this blade as ALL+... It seems at least OFF- to me, mostly suited to close-from-table player who occasionnally play a bit further. But it's no ALL+ blade for sure. Good control in short game, hard enough to hit flat, but yet flexible, offering good topspin opportunities. My forehand topspins seem more difficult than with the Waldner Senso v2, but are spinnier. Also, this blade has quite a high throw.
+3
DeathAngel  on 8/22/2008

This blade is a good blade for the offensive player, hence its name. It loops well, but counter loops and loop drives VERY well. It is a light thin blade that is easy to accelerate fast with. Its throw angle is not as high as looping blades like the Korbel, but it is a little higher compared to the P500. Its a wonderfull blade all around and excels in hard fast loop shots because it is not WAY to fast.
+2
reiser  4 months ago

this blade is a surebet.if you want a good off- blade without speending lots of money and time to search,this is the answer.overall a good blade for any playing level.recommented especialy for players want to improve their offensive strokes.i know some high level players they kept this blade forever
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