Gosen Roots Gavun 5000 Titanium Badminton Racket (Wine Red)

Gosen Roots Gavun 5000 Titanium Badminton Racket (Wine Red)
Gosen Roots Gavun 5000 Titanium Badminton Racket (Wine Red)
List Price: $200.00
Our Price: $189.95
Even Balanced
Designed for Extreme Control

Price with Selected Options: $189.95
Product Type: RACQUET


Custom Stringing



The Gosen Roots Gavun 5000 Titanium is classic limited edition badminton racket designed with the highest stability, power, and control. Targeted for the professional and advance badminton players, the Roots Gavun Titanium (Wine Red) has an extra stiff shaft with an even balance feel. The racket is designed using the oval shape head to provide extra control for better precision in every shot. In addition, the 2 kick-point Gavun shaft helps to increase power similar to a catapult.
  • Level: Advanced
  • Type: All Around
  • Flex: Extra Stiff
  • Head: Oval / Traditional
  • Weight: 89gm(3U-)
  • B.Pt: 6 (Even Balance)
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  • Head: High Modulus Carbon Graphite
  • Shaft: High Modulus Carbon Graphite, Gavun Shaft
  • Cover: Gosen full racquet cover
  • String: Custom Strung / Upgrade Available

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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Has ruined other rackets for me October 13, 2012
Reviewer: Kyle Jaquess from Laurel, MD United States  
Wow!  I can't believe these are still around, but I'm very glad for it!  The gavun shaft really makes a big difference in shot dynamics, allowing unique angles and power generation I have yet to be able to use on other rackets.  I've had this racket for ~10 years and although it's starting to show signs of wear (the area around gavun kick-point is starting to chip) it is still my go-to racket.  I've played with Victors, Hi-Quas, and Yonexs, but the Gosen Gavun series is my personal favorite and the 5000Ti is the cream!  But let it be known that once you learn how to play with a gavun shaft, no other racket ever feels the same.

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