Paddle Palace Club Coach Jiwei Xia shares his views on Nittaku’s new Hino Blade 7.22. Made with the finest Kiso Hinoki wood, which on average is aged 300 years. This wood was used for building traditional Japanese palaces, and is well known for being flexible yet firm. Due to the lightweight Hinoki wood, this blade does not feel heavy at all. The 7 layers of Kiso Hinoki wood is combined with 4 layers of high elasticity carbon fiber, located very close to the top Hinoki layers, for high performance table tennis play. Made in Japan.
Nittaku Hino Blade 7.22 Review
- by Paddle Palace
- February 7, 2022
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