Adidas FiberTec Classic

Adidas FiberTec Classic Blade
Approx. $ 68 USD
Price $

User Ratings (5)

Speed 8.5
Control 9.3
Stiffness 4.0   
Average
Hardness 5.6   
Medium
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 99
Control 89
Weight 83g
Materials 7 (Akazie, Carbon Kevlar, Ayous, Kiri - Ayous, Carbon Kevlar, Akazie)
There are 1 users using the Adidas FiberTec Classic.
The adidas FiberTec Classic is a lightweight blade for close-to-table topspin play. Its very thin construction provides sufficient flex and quick response handling for aggressive topspin players aiming to hit the ball on the rise. Aramid Carbon a blend of soft aramid fibers and resilient carbon fibers adds power and acceleration to the hit. The very special Akazie wood of the top layer gives additional sensitivity and a clearer sound. The superb spin capability and natural feeling helps players control the ball with high precision even under the pressure of severe rallies.

Reviews (3)

A_R_T  on 5/15/2013

Paired this with Xiom Vega Japan (FH) and Vega Asia (BH). Mine is 82gr. Speed I would say falls between an AR to OFF-. Control is excellent due to good feedback without unwanted vibrations. Blocks, chops, loops, flat smash are not a problem. highly recommended for AR type of plays.
0
carmelomaf  on 11/21/2011

After long time playing Viscaria and looking for a no Butterfly alternative i found a very good blade, the right balance between control, spin and speed
0
Joolaplayer_Chan  on 11/15/2011

The FiberTEC Classic has the best feel without the vibration. This blade feels like a classic 5 ply wood blade but it is constructed by artificial fibers. The blade has great dwell time and is very easy to use, I can almost say it is hard to miss the table with this blade. The FiberTEC Classic compliments the chinese rubbers and The Adidas Tenzone series very well.
0


Review it!

Log in!

You must be logged in to leave a review/rating.
Log in / Create an account

Facebook

product
* Actual prices will vary.

DISCLAIMER: Ratings/reviews are contributed by the table tennis community.
Table Tennis Database does not certify their correctness.