Stiga Offensive Classic
Sorry, this item is currently out of stock. You may ask us to send you a
restocking notification when this item is back in stock.
The Stiga Offensive Classic blade is an attacking, lightweight blade. Offensive Classic is built to suit fast and technical attacking play. This is one of the all-time best selling blades world-wide.
Stiga Blade Handle Naming
Stiga refers to Flared handle blades as "Master", Straight Handle blades as "Classic" and Anatomic blades as "Winner".
Blade FAQ and Guide - what you need to know when buying a blade.
Compare Blades - blade rating comparison chart.
Blade Weight Variations - Actual blade weight may vary by up to 8g.
Best Price Guarantee
We guarantee to have the lowest prices (shipping included) in the US. Please tell us if you see a lower price.
Reviews of Stiga Offensive Classic (15)
out of the box, woods are splintering around the edges, needs sealing because seems fragile blade. this has good vibrations
9.5/10 for OFF style. FH/BH: Tibhar Hybrid K1, 2.15mm, 52g (0.255g/cm^2), 50 degrees (ESN), 38.5 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Stiga Offensive Classic, 80g, 158mm x 151mm x 5.3mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 5 (Wood): Limba - Spruce - Ayous - Spruce - Limba.
A very good blade. Enough speed after Viscaria and much more control. It plays well with soft and medium rubbers like Donic Barracuda, Coppa X2, Acuda's. I personally have Donic Barracuda 2.0 on my FH and Donic Coppax X2 Platin Soft on my BH. And I love it.
I'm an amateur without any coaching, but play regularly and very passionate about the game. I was playing with a premade Stag Ninja Fire and then wanted to move to a custom set up. My game is predominantly about aggressive forehand topspin loops and drives, with backhand pushes and flicks. I jumped in to the world of custom bats feet first and ended up with a Donic Carbospeed with Mark V on both sides. Hilarious, I know! My backhand improved significantly, but it was no fun. Couldn't topspin - either flew off or hit the net because I wasn't getting good lift on backspin. And too heavy for my liking. Difficult to feel the ball. So, started significant research efforts. Finally got my new set up today - Stiga OC with Donic BlueFire M2 on the forehand and Rakza 7 on the backhand. Any new bat I've ever used took at least a few days and occasionally weeks for me to get used to. This one? Boy oh boy...I just pulled it out of the box and started playing. It felt like I've forever played with it. Smashed a lot of guys around. Amazing feel, solid control, looping and driving is easy. Backhand seems even better. And no, it not slow - when you smash it, it stays smashed. For my game, I'm able to get more power on my topspin than I was with the OC. I'm already in love with this set up and can't wait for more!
Choosing the right blade sometimes can be exciting. For me, it's like choosing an outfit before going to work. It depends on what kind of activities will be involved during the day. I use Stiga OC when I play with more attacking players for its stability and vibration, so that I can feel the opponents power and spin. I pair it with harder skin like Thor (FH) and Goldarc 8 mid (BH). Great stability when block, push, and flick. I can attack well from close and 1-2 meter from the table. Close to table chop is also in control. Overall, it is a good blade for advanced beginners and intermediate players...