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:
- Sponsored Players
- First Squash NFT
- Home Stringing
- Asics and Adidas Court Shoes — February 2021
- Tinne Gilis Signs with Dunlop
Squash Equipment List
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- Squash Rackets
- Squash Shoes
- Squash Bags
- Squash Balls
- Squash Strings
- Squash Goggles
- Squash Grips
- Squash Clothing
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:
- James Carlo C. BAUTISTA on Adidas Stabil Optifit XJ (Juniors):
Where to buy this shoes, is this still available? →
- Dave G on Unsquashable Squash Rackets:
They are currently £30-£50 on the unsquashable website - with slightly different specs to Paul's YT video - just bought the iso speed as a bit of a gamble for £30 →
- Mike on Home Stringing:
Hi, I totally agree with recording things (in a simple Excel table works for me). Last year I bought a drop weight machine with automatic clamp bases so no floating clamp issues, which does make it easier! KlipperUSA has some info on the stringing patterns for various rackets. Another potential tip, for those rackets with main strings that end up causing you to string the crosses from bottom to top, it's generally considered better to develop an around the world (ATW) pattern you are comfy and consistent with, in order to string from top to bottom, which should reduce the stress on the top of the frame as the tension increases down the racket. Once you've done it a few times it's not an issue at all, just good to try a few ways and see what works. At the end of the day it's about consistency. I love being able to try different strings and tensions to see what what tweaks feel good or bad and get a better understanding of where the noticeable differences really are. I've got some cheap reels of string and it's also interesting comparing differences between very high end string and cheap variants! →
- Mina on Wilson Squash Tour Kit:
What is the weight of the racket ? →
- Pierre on Asics Gel Blade 7:
Thank you, I added those →
- iraklis on Asics Gel Blade 7:
Asics Gel Blade 7 new Women colour "AQUARIUM/WHITE": https://www.asics.com/ph/en-ph/gel-blade-7/p/0020009543-401 and new Men colour "SHOCKING ORANGE/MAKO BLUE": https://www.asics.com/ph/en-ph/gel-blade-7/p/0020009542-800 →
- MUHAMMAD FARHAN ZAKARIA on Wilson Squash Rackets:
now got blx 110...any review yet? →
- Shelley Ridd on Prince O3 Speedport Tour:
Hi, do you know anywhere that still stocks the o3 speedport tour? →
- MC on Prince Airstick 130:
no idea why abouelghar hasn't moved to the new racket - maybe he didn't like it? the airstick 130 is an all time classic - Prince should re-release it? →
- John on Prince Airstick 130:
Yes indeed it looked like it! Was excited to see that. Oddly enough too I thought Abouelghar had his own blue Prince racquet (Venom Tour Pro?), but watching his match against Ali he's back to the ol' Rebel Pro, wonder what happened there →
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.
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