Welcome to Squash Source, a blog providing squash gear reviews, squash equipment news, and general information about the great sport of squash.
Squash Gear News
Here are the latest post from the Squash Source blog:
- Face Masks for Squash
- Blade Nation Series Great Britain
- Best Activity Trackers for Squash in 2022
- 305Squash ProCell Backpack XL
- Lotto Jumper 400 II
- Dunlop Tempo Pro TD
- Dunlop Tempo Elite 5.0
- Dunlop Blackstorm Titanium 5.0
- Asics Gel Renma
- Dunlop Blackstorm Graphite 5.0
Squash Equipment List
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- Squash Rackets
- Squash Shoes
- Squash Bags
- Squash Balls
- Squash Strings
- Squash Goggles
- Squash Grips
- Squash Clothing
- Squash Activity Trackers
- Squash Gifts 🎄
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 is the latest video:
Squash Source Social Media
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:
- Afridi on Best Activity Trackers for Squash in 2022:
You can use it to keep track of your practice sessions, to analyze your swing and compare it to some pros like Nick Matthew and Laura Massaro, and to analyze your matches. this advice is good for me. →
- Pierre on Squash Goggles:
Thanks! Turns out they are also back in stock at Squash Gear. Looks like it was a temporary situation. →
- Stephan on Squash Goggles:
Prince Squash US website has your squash goggles. Hope this helps. https://www.princesquash.us/collections/accessories/products/prince-pro-lite-squash-goggles →
- Edwin on Adidas Court Stabil 3:
Hola buen dia, estoy interesado en comprar unas adidas stabil 3 de color negro estoy en chile →
- Tor Schjølberg on Blade Nation Series Great Britain:
Blade got some lovely rackets. Developed by former PSA pro Phil Head (Brit based in Hong Kong). I've played with both Blade Katana and Blade Shogun SL. The latter is the most delicious racket. Extremely light feel and pretty much evenly balanced I'd say. Great control racket but with more than enough power when needed. Boom! I believe this Nation series (at least the British one) is a touch more head heavy than the Shogun SL. Recommended!! →
- mark on Mantis Squash Rackets:
I'm interested in purchasing a Mantis Racket but can't seem to find out too much about them. Are they British made. Can anyone give me any information on them? Are they good rackets? →
- Tor Schjølberg on Dunlop Blackmax Titanium:
Where? How much? Perfect condition? 😊 I might be interested. →
- Marc on Blade Nation Series Great Britain:
Red cross on white is the England flag and it says England on the handle so this looks like a muddle. I see there is also a Scotland model. It certainly isn't the Union Jack, which is the unofficial but widely used flag of the United Kingdom except that combines only England, Wales and Scotland flags, which is actually Great Britain, and leaves out Northern Ireland, which completes the UK. And a Hong Kong company paying homage to the UK given we gave all of the territory back to China... →
- Travis Young on Blade Nation Series Great Britain:
A Chinese knock off? No way! Harrow can't be too upset as they borrowed heavily on Dunlop for Jonathan Power... →
- Confusing_Dots on Tourna Grip:
I use the original Tourna Grip. Amazing grip for sweaty palm like me. Recently I've started to use it as the only grip I put on the racquet, starting to like the thing grip feel, and felt a bit more maneuverable with my racquet. Finding more and more disappointed in Karakal Duo grip - I admit I have a pretty sweaty palm but it just doesn't last long at all during a game, and depending on the colour, it smears and stains one's hand... →
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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