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  • Wilson Wilson Triad Three
  • Wilson Wilson Triad Three
  • Wilson Wilson Triad Three
  • Wilson Wilson Triad Three

Wilson Triad Three

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One of the most comfortable oversize performance rackets in the market, the Triad Three sports a generous sweet spot for dripping power and some extra forgiveness. Triad technology enables maximum power in the hoop, good control in the handle, and reduced shock in the arm. This frame serves up an appealing swath of features for experienced players seeking more arm-friendly comfort and a larger sweet spot from their racket.



Tri-component design maximizes power, control and comfort without compromise. Iso-Zorb serves as a buffer between the hoop and the handle, isolating shock for ultimate comfort and extra soft feel.


Shifts greater portion of racket weight into the head while simultaneously removing unnecessary weight from the throat/handle area, producing a lightweight, forgiving frame with a comfortable boost of power.

Power Holes

Elongated grommet holes on the inside of the racket head create additional string movement, enlarging the sweet spot and generating an extra boost of power

Triad features 3-piece racquet system to separate hoop and handle with softer Isozorb pads, providing ideal comfort and power

Hammer Technology place more weight in the head for greater stability and easy power

Power Holes increase ball dwell time for enhanced responsiveness and feel

Extra length provides extended reach and court coverage

Oversized head generates impressive power and added forgiveness with enlarged sweet spot

Wilson Racquets / Wilson Triad
Head Size: 113 in² / 729 cm²
Length: 27.5 in / 69.85 cm
Weight (unstrung): 264 g / 9.31 oz
Balance: 370 mm
String pattern: 16/19
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