JOOLA Energy Green Power X-Soft

JOOLA Energy Green Power X-Soft Rubber
Approx. $ 44 USD
Price $

User Ratings (8)

Speed 8.1
Spin 8.4
Control 8.4
Tackiness 2.0   
Slightly tacky
Weight 2.8   
Sponge Hardness 0.4   
Gears 6.6   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 3.3   
Consistency 9.3
Durability 4.5   
Average durability
Overall 8.6 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 2 users using the JOOLA Energy Green Power X-Soft.
Non-stop playing pleasure â the extra soft version of the express gives increased control and extremely good spin.

Strategy: ALL / OFF extreme
Speed: Fast
Spin: Extra high
Control: Extra high
Hardness: 35°
Technology: GREEN POWER

Reviews (4)

Smacfest  on 8/27/2014

I believe this is also known as Energy 325. Very good backhand rubber. Spin is easy to impart and control is immense. Touch game up at the net is so easy and backspin is easy to pickup. Blocking is great, you can't miss. Speed is enough to finish the point in 1.8mm, but if you want some more venom get it in 2.0mm. Very good for a controlled looper who likes staying up at the table and blocking.
AndySmith  on 3/31/2010

Super-super-super-soft sponged tensor. Still surprisingly quick and easy to loop with, but not blisteringly fast. The sponge is incredibly soft, which improves control (and spin generation for thicker sponges), but it does bottom out on smashes so be prepared for that. That does have the nice side effect of a very loud crack sound though! If you're after a fairly quick, easy control tensor (perhaps for the backhand side) then this is well worth a go. Not sure how long it lasts though - hope it's better than Express...
Anonymous  on 7/31/2009

A softer rubber, but it has a lower throw angle then most soft rubbers. It also has a little more zip then most soft rubbers. I actually would say it's for a loop driver who prefers a softer sponge with a little more dwell time. Reminds me of Mambo GP as well.
destodave  on 10/11/2010

Great rubber out of the box if you like soft rubbers, but just like Express X-soft it only lasts about 2 - 3 weeks, then BAM...performance drops off dramatically. Whats up with that Joola! I'm done with Joola rubbers, am going back to Donic. Try Baracuda if you like soft, spinny rubbers that last a few months.

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