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      Xiom rubbers equipment

      Hey !

      I play with Xiom Diva blade(off-) with Vega Pro FH 2.2 mm. but my short game is not good and i think i need something more soft for BH but not too soft cuz my blade is also soft :d recomende me good BH xiom rubber ( i got easy way to get xiom rubbers ) less hard then vega pro and better at short game but also good for top spin ataks cuz my style is alot of topspin from both sides ...
      Durability is also importen

      I read good things about xiom europe but i thing this rubber will be too soft for my blade and may play bad on it

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      What u thing about Sigma 2 euro and Sigma 2 pro ? Theres no much info about sigmas... but in revespin there is some very nice coments about S2P

      Last edited by Erch; 05-24-2019 at 01:49 PM.

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      Xiom Vega Asia DF is a bit softer than Vega Pro. It has less catapult than Vega Pro and is better over the table.

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      Dude better adjust the colors of your fonts they are hard to read.

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      One more question - i read alot about Xiom Vega Europe and i realy like it but im not sure how will play with my xiom diva blade cuz the blade is solft and the rubber is soft and i never play with soft rubber so i dont know what to expect. Vega pro was my first tensor before that i was playng with chinise hard rubber . Soo do u thing Xiom Vega Europe will play good on my blade or it will be wird and bad

      About vega asia df - people say the durability is realy bad...



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      Vega europe is not too soft unlike vega elite so it is ok.

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      I sell quite a lot of Vega rubbers
      I would advise Pro and Euro for FH/BH

      Asia I would think is better suite for FH
      From experience, the Xiom Vega rubbers durability is pretty good
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      Thanks

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      Euro will be fine for you. If you think it's too soft try Japan.

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      Sigma 2 pro and euro are also good more like the grippier versions of vega pro n euro

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      The whole Xiom naming convention is very confusing. What was wrong with putting numbers instead of the whole Asia, Euro, Japan, etc. thing? Also I’m very confused about the speed and spin of different lines like Sigma, Omega, and Vega.


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