The toughest blade in the entire Salming blade portfolio. The basic feature is taken from the Quest 2 blade, which can be described as its predecessor. The shape of the frame is almost identical, it differs only in the frame width (it is thinner). The main change is the center rib, which prevents the blade from unwanted twisting under load. Another novelty is the structure of the forehand side. The entire forehand side is serrated, which improves ball control on the blade and prevents unwanted ball spin when shooting or passing from behind the body. The tip of the blade is then called claw - claw. A small blade bend to help you with loops and pullers.
Apart from others, our ambassadors Robin Nilsberth and Rasmus Sundstedt also took part in the development of this blade.
based on the Quest 2 blade
very bent blade - bend extends from bead to point (most bent blade from Salming)
Very good shots by pulling
more difficult recordings and shots through the backhand (due to the big forehand avoidance)
structured forehand section (knurling that prevents the ball from spinning on the blade)
Reinforced middle rib
on the tip of the blade is claw (claw), which allows easier pullers and loops