Having a firm and tight grip on a tennis racquet is essential to good performance. If you suffer from sweaty hands, these innovative, cool Control Freek tennis racquets might be a good investment.
The racquets use a new technology that circulates cooling air to your palm whenever the racquet is in motion without any vibration or discomfort.
"This radical air conditioner has two large air scoops above the racquet handle which grabs air continuously forcing it inside your handle," says the official site, "Then it's blasted into your palm through actual holes in the handle, removing any built up heat and sweat during hot matches. Heat is dissipated, with no vibration."
The racquets sell for $275.
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