Prince Synthetic Gut Duraflex Tennis Warehouse
Stars Best synthetic gut
Ryan from UT wrote (April 12, 2015):
I love these strings especially combining them with a poly it lasts long and plays great!
Stars Great For The Price
Malenurse16 from TN wrote (October 19, 2014):
Love the price for a quality string that lasts a while.
Stars Inexpensive quailty string
Richard from CA wrote (September 30, 2014):
Solid all around string. Not hard on your arm like a poly and much more durable than the multifilaments.
Stars Best Synthetic
Stringer from IN wrote (September 30, 2014):
Prince Syn Gut with Duraflex is the best synthetic gut available. I have strung many racquets with different types of synthetic and this one definitely lasts the longest and is the perfect combination with a polyester string. I use it for all levels, from beginners who string their whole racquet with this, to highly competitive players who use a hybrid.
Stars Great buy, great price.
David from WI wrote (September 10, 2014):
I have been loyally using the PSGD since long ago. I absolutely love the feel of the strings. One thing though, is that they don't last as long as I thought they would. However, for the cheap price, you can't beat it.
Malenurse16 from TN wrote (August 18, 2014):
Stars Good for the money.
Malenurse16 from TN wrote (July 13, 2014):
Not much I dont like about the string. Hits nice, good spin, and lasts for a few weeks of hard hitting.
Malenurse16 from TN wrote (June 08, 2014):
I like it because it is cheap and has some good feel.
Stars Good string for its price point
Aron from MA wrote (December 13, 2013):
I tried various types of strings since I started to play tennis. I had tried the super expensive and the relatively inexpensive strings. The Prince Syn Gut is by far the best strings. I mixed this string with the Tecnifibre strings to get the power and touch combo that many intermediate players like. For $5, y ou can't go wrong with this.
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Shamrock from GA wrote (November 14, 2013):
I string a lot of rackets for folks in my area. This is the most requested string even with all of the new string types available. It is very easy for the stringer and very durable and predictable for the player.