Pro Kennex squash rackets have been around for a while but I haven’t seen too many people using them. That’s going to be changing, as Pro Kennex are launching 6 new rackets in 2019, and just generally making a renewed push in the squash equipment market.
My understanding is Pro Kennex were pretty big in squash a few years back. Not in the US really, but more so in international markets. As I’ve been testing out these new models I’ve talked to a few people — mostly foreign-born players — who remember Pro Kennex and are curious to see what they’re up to with their new models.
Here’s a quick overview of these 6 rackets. I’ve also done more in-depth reviews of the Momentum (teardrop) and Destiny (traditional) frames, which are posted on the individual racket pages.
Pro Kennex Destiny Models
The Destiny models are traditional head shapes.
Nathan Lake uses this racket.
Pro Kennex Momentum Models
These are the teardrop head shapes.
Pro Kennex Squash Rackets List
A plain list of all the Pro Kennex rackets posted on Squash Source so far.