Gambler Outlaw - Classic Sponge
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Use of Pre-Tuned technology makes this rubber an attackers dream. Outlaw relies totally on mechanical grip, (the Japanese technology of creating spin), with high elasticity and sponge that allows for maximum power and friction transfer into the ball. Outlaw was specifically designed for attacking players who will dominate the point mid-distance to away from the table.
Staff note: This rubber truly does play like a tuned product. Treated in a fume box expanded with nitrous oxide, (NOS), then exposed to a Non VOC gas that locks the expansion in place.
Light weight and fast!
There are two versions of this great rubber. Outlaw Classic sponge (cream) has a slightly faster, softer feel than the Golden Cake sponge (lavender). Hitters tend to prefer the Classic sponge.
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Reviews of Gambler Outlaw - Classic Sponge (2)
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Nice price and decent performance. But crumbling at the edges and rubber/sponge separation almost from day one, along with some cracking of the sponge. I had it FH and BH, and I had to junk one sheet after a week of hitting. I have kept one sheet on BH, because it has not begun to separate and pimple yet. but it is crumbling and tearing at the edges too, despite my using the highest quality, sharpest Xacto knife and cutting surface, and not bumping my bat on the table at all. I can get a rubber that lasts for months for $30US, so some quick math tells you Outlaw is not the deal it at first seems. As far as I can tell, I got the quality I paid for, and I didn't pay much.
Good spin and speed but rubber is of poor quality and breaks when hitting hard (which I do in my FH). Used it in 729 Hao, and 729 two speed carbon blades. My hitting sent three rubbers to the trash bin in days! I am told new rubbers are better, for me three and you are out. Maybe a good rubber for BH, MAYBE?
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