Mizuno Fortius 11 Power design was selected concentrating the weight on the center of the racket. The design aims to smoothly enhance the swing speed agains` the two actions of bending in a vertical direction when hitting and turning in a horizontal direction. As a result, a stronger smash is possible.
|Weight (Grams)||83 (+/- 2) - 4U|
|Balance Point||Head Heavy|
|Grip Size||G6 (3.12.5 inches)|
||High Elastic Graphite|
|Shaft Material||M Fusion Tungsten T5|
||22 - 29bs|
TRANS FORCE FRAME A frame cross-section with increased rigidity is adopted from the center to the bottom of the frame, where displacement is large when a ball is hit. Mizuno's unique frame design aims to directly transfer the energy of a hit ball to the shuttle.
BEYOND FORCE SYSTEM Different materials with high specific gravity are used in the blue portion of the diagram, concentrating the weight distribution of the frame in the center of the racket. By lowering the moment of inertia, the rotation speed during swinging is increased, enabling stronger smashes.
TORQUE TECHNOLOGY Just before impact, the wrist moves inward, causing the racket to rotate in a twisting direction. The unique design of the frame joints maximizes the transmission of this "twisting" force to the shuttle, which is important when transmitting force to the shuttle.
MFUSION The challenge in developing a lightweight shaft is that it becomes too soft and its bending and restoring properties are not stable, leading to a loss of swing energy. Mizuno solved this problem by improving the composites of carbon fiber and resin at the nano-level. The result is lighter weight, higher impact resistance, and improved rigidity.
AERO GROOVE The grooves are designed all the way to the base of the frame to improve the feel of swing and surface stability.
Established back in 1943, the Mizuno Yoro Factory manufactures baseball bats and golf clubs for numerous professional athletes in Japan and abroad, and its products are highly regarded. The carbon fiber reinforcement technology, in particular, is held in high esteem and is applied in a variety of fields outside sports, such as the manufacturing of vehicles, watches, etc. This made-in-Japan racquet represents a high-dimensional blend of state-of-the-art know-how and the carbon fiber reinforcement technology cultivated throughout Mizuno's long history.