Welcome to Squash Source, a blog providing squash gear reviews, squash equipment news, and general information about the great sport of squash.
What’s New in Squash Equipment
- Dunlop Sonic Core rackets
- Head Graphene 360+ Radical rackets
- Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft rackets
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- Oliver 2020 rackets
- Wilson 2020 rackets
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- Squash Goggles
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Squash Gear Video Reviews
There are a number of squash equipment reviews on the Squash Source YouTube channel, which you can also find embedded throughout the site. Here are the latest videos:
- Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft Roundup
- Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft 125 NS Review
- Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft 125 NS Intro and Hitting
- New Shirt "The Signal"
- Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft 130 Review
- TIIIGHT Shirt
- Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft 125 [OUTDOOR REVIEW]
- We Learn from Great Battles
- Getting Exercise When You Can't Play Squash
Many Squash Source readers have left valuable comments and reviews on the site. If you have any feedback on your gear, I encourage you to leave feedback in the comments section so others can benefit from your knowledge. Here are the latest comments on the site:
- Scott on Black Knight Hex Maverick:
Great racquet. Plays similarly enough to Selby’s previous racquet to minimize adjustment time yet provides added power, durability, and is lighter. →
- Pierre on Dunlop Sonic Core Evolution 120:
The balance in centimetres is 36cm. It felt a little heavier than what I remember of the previous model. But it has been a couple years since I tried the other one, so it's difficult to remember. →
- Han on Dunlop Sonic Core Evolution 120:
Dear Pierre. - The feeling is different with Previous(evolution Pro120, Nick matthew) model? - how about balance?(head 57% means ??cm?) - 157.5g is pretty heavier than previous. did you feel difference? I always thank your review~ →
- João on Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft 125 NS:
Many thanks! Sorry I missed that info somehow... →
- DanB on iMask Goggles:
Yup. Everyone I know prefers those for ease of use and comfort. Most are made of some lightweight stretchy material. I will let my squash group know to keep an eye out for them. We are starved for anything squash! →
- Pierre on iMask Goggles:
One of these neck gaiter things? https://www.printful.com/custom/face-masks/fabric/all-over-print-neck-gaiter →
- Dan Bancroft on iMask Goggles:
I’d seen that but they tie and the pull overs work better. →
- Pierre on iMask Goggles:
Thanks! I have thought about it. I was going to do one that's black with two yellow dots but I saw Daryl Selby then created that same idea and since then it kind of dropped off my radar. But I just started to get inspired about the idea again after seeing your comment so I'll see what I come up with →
- Pierre on Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft 125 NS:
Yep see around 2:00 in the roundup video but 9.5cm for the NS model, 10.25cm for the 125/130 models. So only an 8% difference but it feels nice to me! Keep in mind, I use an overgrip on top of the stock grip. →
- Joao on Tecnifibre Carboflex Airshaft 125 NS:
Hi Pierre It seems like you are not the only one thinking that the NS grip is nicer. So the question is: how noticeable is the difference in the grip size to the non-NS version? Can you measure it for us please? 😇 →
About Squash Source
This is a squash gear website that I run in my spare time. My mission here is to build a side business around helping people learn about squash equipment and find the gear that suits them best. You can learn more about Squash Source here.
Squash Source does not sell squash equipment, but instead links to online squash stores where you can buy equipment. The good thing about this setup is I can post gear from all around the world, without having to keep products in stock.
The way this site makes money is primarily through those links to stores. Sometimes if you buy through one of the sponsored links here, Squash Source will get a commission on the sale. Other times, in exchange for linking to them, stores will send me squash equipment, which I review on the site.
So far, I have linked to squash stores in Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, USA, and the UK! See a complete list of my affiliates here.
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