The Kinesis X90 is used by Hans-Kristian Vittinghus (Thomas Cup 2016 Champion & Australian Open 2016 Singles Champion).
The Carlton Kinesis X90 Badminton Racket has been designed specifically for advanced players requiring speed and power due to the vortex shedding kinesis design that has been aerodynamically engineered to work with your swing to reduce aerodynamic drag for improved head speed and maneuverability.
The Carlton Kinesis X90 Badminton Racket has an Optimetric head shape. This combines the benefits of both Isometric geometry and Circometric geometry within the same head shape. It delivers power, air speed and control, all in one frame.
Kinesis rackets are designed for speed; aerodynamically engineered to work with the biomechanics of your body. Aerodynamic drag is reduced, meaning that head speed and maneuverability are improved.
Vortex Geometry is a unique design that provides a twisted aerodynamic profile in the hoop, reflexively tracing the biomechanics of your swing and increasing racket speed.
Micro Grommets and pocket grooves provide more touch and control, with reduced drag. There are tapered edges rather than conventional circular grommet shape, leading to a tighter fit for better shuttle feedback.
The Xtreme Tension Frame utilises the finest construction materials to ensure the frame can accommodate 11% higher string tensions.
The Ultra-Lite Cap uses a matrix structure to reduce weight by over a quarter, which in turn leads to overall enhanced playability.