The blade is thin and flexy. Almost mistook it as an all wood blade because of the thinner textreme carbon. Very bouncy but has flex
Finally got hold of the special edition Dynasty. I will post a separate. Thread for this. The blades was very good with flex and bouncy too. One thing i noticed was that it bas a low throw and when I used the hurricane 3 I had to adjust the ball arc. When I used the Genesis 2 M, I had better control and arc.
I've been using dynasty carbon for over 4 months now. Just want to share some of my experiences. Even though the blade feels woody, it's still a very fast and bouncy blade. I would say it's slightly faster than Long 5. My favorite aspect of this blade is the extremely large sweet spot. Basically, the entire blade surface is a sweet spot. Whether I hit a shot on the center of the racket or the edge, the shot quality is virtually the same. This gives me a lot of confidence, especially when blocking.
Let me know if you have similar experience with your dynasty carbon.
They are still improving the dynasty blade, they feel like the weight is not right still
i just bought tg2 provincial 40degre blue , i ussed one layer of booster (seamoon)... glue it ...and used it for one hour ... then i get injured on my ankle ... two weeks pause .. and then after i get fit they are starting with repairs on the floor of the practice hall.... this will take next whole month ... grrrr i am pissed
But i like this rubber sooo much, like in previous times when i was playing with national version , only thing is really bad with it and it is smashing ..... it flays so high ... i have to close blade in such angle so i often hit edge of the blade ... here was 39 hardness much better ... this is hard to remember after i used to play with cornilleau ... newer mind i will stick with it , because there is nothing like it in spin and with the price of provincial it is great rubber.