Stiga Boost TP

Stiga Boost TP Rubber
Approx. $ 58 USD
Price $

User Ratings (13)

Speed 8.9
Spin 8.7
Control 8.4
Tackiness 2.5   
Slightly tacky
Weight 4.2   
Average
Sponge Hardness 5.6   
Medium
Gears 7.5   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 2.8   
Medium low
Consistency 7.9
Durability 6.8   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 168
Spin 116
Control 81
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 2 users using the Stiga Boost TP.
Stiga has achieved the ultimate answer for the non-glue era! Boost rubbers with the new TTS Technology with "TransTension Sponge" and new materials generate maximum tension and sponge power. Boost rubbers are fast, bouncy, and with a tremendous catapult effect.

Boost TP (Tension Power) has a medium sponge and is great for the leading players who demand ultimate spin and speed combined with a sensitive touch.

Sponge hardness is Medium.

Reviews (9)

JOW  on 11/22/2012

Very good forehand rubber. Speed is fantastic, spin is very good and the control is very good aswell. I have this rubber on both forehand and backhand, and i must say that i didnt like it as much on the backhand, mainly because of the speed and relativly low throw, wich means that you cant, (or maybe i cant) use it on opening loops with good success. However, this is all about technique i guess :). But as a forehand rubber for offensive play, it's really good!
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Carbonation  on 9/11/2012

A great rubber for backhand. Can do powerful shots from a distance, and very controllable on a carbon acrylate blade. It is a slightly slower version of Almana, less punishing, but with a lot more spin and control in loops, and better balanced.
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hardi  on 9/6/2011

its a good rubber 4 the players who have just learned how to loop and spin the serves.... in general its a medium average rubber.
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sushiiiiiikinggggg  on 11/29/2010

It is quite hard to play at first due to the lack of power and the hardness in the sponge, but after a few moments playing it gains more power and you can use it for flicking, top-spinning and smashing. For top-spinning players, it will be better if you use a blade with a slightly longer dwell time.
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SteveW  on 10/24/2010

My favourite rubber...so far! I use 2.0mm with a Stiga Allround Classic and it has a lovely combination of speed/spin/control. Replaced Sriver and it was an easy transition. Can really feel the ball in this blade. Great sound too!
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