Stiga Offensive CR

Stiga Offensive CR Blade
Approx. $ 55 USD
Price $

User Ratings (9)

Speed 8.1
Control 8.1
Stiffness 3.4   
Some flex
Hardness 6.6   
Medium hard
Consistency 6.0   
Occasional variations
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 77 / 127
Control 67 / 127
Weight 92 +/- 5g
Plies 5
Materials Wood
There are 4 users using the Stiga Offensive CR.
An attacking, lightweight blade. The Offensive CR (no WRB) blade is built to suit fast and technical attacking play. The CR system provides increased speed while maintaining the STIGA touch. Conventional handle, i.e., without WRB handle technology.

Reviews (4)

Frogger  on 10/20/2017

This blade is a true OFF- class in speed. Almost identical to WRB CR model except 2 grams heavier. Same great feeling Legend FL grip. Outstanding spin with T05, T05FX, Renanos Hold, Barracuda. Not a power blade but plenty fast with tensors. Works well with Chinese type hard sponge rubbers like H3, H2, PF4, Skyline on FH side. Some will like the hardness of the top ply walnut others will prefer a koto or limba outer play for a blade in this class. This blade has that little top end kick for strong looping. Short game is ok and rubber dependent as some rubbers can be to springy on this one. A fine Stiga blade, perfect weight, speed, control. Update: I find it amusing when some here call this blade "slow". They either have poor technique or slower rubbers. With a fast tensor such as Tenergy 64 or MXP you can throw bullets. This blade is the perfect blade if you have an offensive style and your rating is below 2000. Light, fast ( with the right rubber, thickness) good balance and nice build quality. So give up your hard stiff composite blades that you have control issues with and get one of these. Your grandmother will clap when she sees you play.
Eye  on 3/16/2013

I switched from xiom offensive s to this blade (with H3 and Sriver L) and i'm not dissapointed so far. It's a bit slower (not so bouncy) in short game, but faster on fast loops. The throw angle becomes higher on fast loops (which have low arc btw) so you have to adjust your stroke. It's much easier to do loop-drives than slow loops. Very good control in short game and quite good when blocking
seguso  on 2/3/2012

See my review of Stiga Offensive CR WRB, which is the same but with a hollow handle.
ttgame  on 8/16/2010

The CR surface treatment is not needed now since speedglue is gone. The blade has good control and suits allround play or spin attack style.

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