Head squash rackets are quite popular and have been used by many pros including Laura Massaro, Joelle King, Nour El Tayeb, Jenny Duncalf, and Karim “The Dark Prince” Darwish. I’ve updated this page with the 2015/2016 models, which came out recently.
Head Cyano 110
The Head Graphene XT Cyano 110 is new for 2015. It’s a teardrop-style racket. Jenny Duncalf, Nour El Tayeb and Line Hansen used the prior version, the Head Graphene Cyano 115. Looks like Head have taken 5 grams out of the head for this season — will keep an eye out for whether it remains popular.
As best I can tell, these rackets are all the same frame shape, so I have put them together.
Head Cyano 120
The Head Graphene XT Cyano 120. Just released in 2015.
Head Cyano 135
The Head Graphene XT Cyano 135, another teardrop joint that came out in 2015. Joelle King has been spotted using this already.
Head Xenon 120 Slimbody
New for 2015, the Head Graphene XT Xenon 120 Slimbody. Even balance.
Head Xenon 135 Slimbody
Another new one for 2015, this one’s called the Head Graphene XT Xenon 135 Slimbody. Even balance.
Head Xenon 135
Head Xenon 145
The Head Graphene Xenon 145. Same head size as the Head Xenon 135, but heavier:
Head YouTek Argon2 145
Head Ignition 120
New for 2015, the Head Ignition 120, which runs about $99. These Ignition models are a mid-range price point.
Head Ignition 135
Also new for 2015, the Head Ignition 135. This one’s only $80.
Head Ignition 145
The Head Ignition 145, the heaviest of the Ignition series.
Head Cyano 145
Head Spark Pro
The Head Spark Pro is 170 grams. New for 2015. Inexpensive, at $50.
Head Spark Elite
The Head Spark Elite is inexpensive but heavy, at 190 grams.
Head AFT Cyber
Head Spark Edge
The Head Spark Edge. Super heavy, super cheap.
Head Nano Ti Spector 2.0