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SRIVER the most successful Butterfly Rubber since it's introduction in 1967. More than 20 World and 70 European Champions have won their titles with Sriver. The combination of the hard and spinney rubber on the surface with a medium hard and flexible sponge makes SRIVER the natural choice for all round attacking players. It's consistency proves it is the all time winner.
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Top Sheet Thickness: Thin (1.56mm).
Surface Thickness: Thin (0.71mm).
Pip Length: Average (0.85mm).
Pip Width: Very Narrow (1.49mm).
Pip Spacing: Average (0.79mm).
Sponge Hardness: Medium-Hard.
Top Sheet Hardness: Medium.
Weight (Max): Medium-Heavy (42g, 0.205g/cm^2).
Very good beginners rubber (someone who has just got started, is confident at rallying and wants to start looking at flicks and loops ect.) great control, but strong players will find it too slow
Great rubber for ALL with great control. Used it for BH but need to speed up. Good classic!
Equipped this for my back hand. Has good control, not as springy (not so much speed) but I was still able to generate fast attacks with some top-spin. Good for medium to short range. I used this mainly for short range.
I put this rubber, in max, on FH of Joola Viva blade and didn't really like it, as it seemed to lack the touch and control that I expected. So I replaced it and put it on blade from my buddy's Stiga Ignite premade bat, and it really came to life...to the point I regretted getting rid of it. Good rubber if properly matched, but not quite on part with its number 1 rival, Mark V.
Great all around rubber, excellent control and versatility, no great strengths or weaknesses besides control. Of the all around rubbers to me it has the best ball feel but not quite as much spin and bite as others.
A very good rubber for players who are starting to develop topspin shots and want to branch out into the world of rubbers. I used this myself at the same stage on my FH and one thing I noticed was the control was very good. The Spin and Speed were nothing special but you could keep the ball on the table consistently. I got it because it was fairly cheap and because of the review of it being the top rubber for many professional players. The are many rubbers that are faster and more spinny however for players starting off you can't go too far wrong with this.
For Championship Play! common choice in the past for beginner's to intermediate levels, a Classic, a Legend!
If compare to mark v mv is much better on all aspects. Time and evolution has ended the reign of these rubbers, although still very good for intermediate players and the likes.
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