Stiga Boost TS

Stiga Boost TS Rubber
Approx. $ 50 USD
Price $

User Ratings (48)

Speed 8.9
Spin 8.8
Control 8.7
Tackiness 2.4   
Slightly tacky
Weight 2.6   
Sponge Hardness 1.4   
Gears 7.6   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 3.9   
Consistency 8.7
Durability 7.2   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 89 / 100
Spin 96 / 100
Control 73 / 100
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 8 users using the Stiga Boost TS.
BOOST TS (Tension Sound) is the outstanding choice for offensive players of almost all playing levels who like soft sponge. Boost TS has soft sponge that gives a crisp clear sound when striking the ball. Even though the sponge is soft the rubber generates very good speed. The sponge on Boost TS rubber is softer than the sponge of Boost TC. The sound and feeling of Boost TS is unsurpassed! Boost TS enables offensive players of all abilities to play to their full potential.

Reviews (24)

guusvansoer  2 weeks ago

The sound of this rubber will surprise your opponent. For the beginner, i suggest to put this rubber on def or def+ blade. But one thing that really disappoint me about this rubber is that almost impossible to remove the water based glue on this rubber without damaging the sponge. This rubber has the most fragile sponge in compare with all the rubber that I ever tried.
Marco  2 weeks ago

Nowadays we play with the Poly ball. Should the rubber have some amount of tackiness ? Boost TS don't have in compare with the Mantra or Airoc. Please comment.
atrano  on 2/27/2017

Very good rubber but for a skilled player. Precise and very light. BeNginners or medium players beware of it. Its fast almost like the Boost Tx(ok this is faster). If you are not very skilled and want to try it get a heavier blade to reduce speed. paired with light and stiff blade it is a thunder! Good control but medium spin.Update: Fited again on adidas C500 looks to produce nice arc on forehand loops making a full not to fast arm move. Also tried on an old Stiga Alser clipperwood fh again. Good fit also. Very interesting rubber with character.
Palm  on 12/10/2016

Been using this rubber for about 3 years. Started with it on a Yasaka Ma-Lin offensive. NOT to be recommended. Then I changed it to a Stiga HyperTech CR 35/45. And that was wonderfull to play with! Only issue is that the Rubbet lose it's tackiness after 4 mounth of playing (play about 4 times a week) But change rubber 3 times a year Ain't that bad. Right now I'm still using Stiga Boost TS on my forehand but have swaped to KTL (LKT) Pro XT on my backhand. Wonderfull controll but hard to open with.
Mspinbe  on 2/9/2016

I got this rubber on my forehand and for my control spin waldner's style it's a little bit too speedy for me and it throws the ball really knowing that I was used to lift the ball with a lot of difficulties(having a joola 4you rubber 1.9mm) this is easier and more difficult. This is rubber at my opinion is for Off- or Off. Now I think it doesn't throw the ball too high. Update I have played with this rubber for some time now. And now I can tell that I can control much better and the rubber is perfect for attacking and even blocking forehand.

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