Babolat Boost Rackets

Babolat’s range of Boost tennis rackets is aimed at tennis players who are looking for a good racket at an affordable price.

This article compares the different boost rackets available so that you find out which of the Boost Rackets might be best for you.

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Babolat Boost Rackets

Comparison of the Babolat Boost Rackets

The Babolat Boost range of tennis rackets includes the Babolat Boost Drive, the Babolat Boost Drive W, the Babolat Boost Aero Yellow, the Babolat Boost Aero W, the Babolat Boost Aero Rafa, and the Babolat Boost S.

Babolat’s Boost rackets are very much targeted at beginner tennis players who don’t have a lot of money to spend on a tennis racket as you will usually be able to find these rackets for sale online for under $100.

The Boost Drive and the Boost Drive W are oversized tennis rackets while the Boost Aero and Boost S rackets are more tweener style rackets.

Racket Specs of Babolat’s Boost Racket Range

Racket:Babolat Boost DriveBabolat Boost Drive WBabolat Boost Aero YellowBabolat Boost Aero WBabolat Boost Aero RafaBabolat Boost S
Head Size:105in105in102in102in102in102in
Racket Length:27in27in27in27in27in27in
Strung Weight:272g272g278g278g278g295g
Swing weight:312g312g306g306g306g312g
Balance:3 Pts HH3 Pts HH2 Pts HH2 Pts HH2 Pts HH3 Pts HL
Stiffness Rating:65 RA65 RA67 RA67 RA67 RA68 RA
Beam Width:23mm / 26mm / 23mm23mm / 26mm / 23mm23mm / 26mm / 23mm23mm / 26mm / 23mm23mm / 26mm / 23mm23mm / 26mm / 23mm
String Pattern:16 x 1916 x 1916 x 1916 x 1916 x 1916 x 19
String Tension:50-55lbs50-55lbs50-55lbs50-55lbs50-55lbs50-55lbs
Frame Composition:GraphiteGraphiteGraphiteGraphiteGraphiteGraphite
Racket Colors:Purple, Yellow and WhiteBlue, Green and WhiteBlack, Yellow and WhiteBlack, Pink and WhiteBlack, Purple and YellowBlack, Red and White
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As you can see from the table above, the Babolat range of Boost rackets has very similar racket specs.

The Boost Drive and the Boost Drive W have identical racket specs with the only difference being the color of the rackets.

Similarly, the Boost Aero Yellow, the Boost Aero W, and the Boost Aero Rafa share identical racket specs with the only difference being the color of the rackets.

The Boost S is the outlier in the range as it has a higher strung weight than the other rackets and it has a head light balance rather than a head heavy balance.

Which Babolat Boost Tennis Racket Should I Buy?

You won’t find a huge difference between the Babolat Boost Drive, Boost Drive W, Boost Aero Yellow, Boost Aero W and the Boost Aero Rafa as they all have very similar racket specs.

For absolute beginners, my recommendation would be to get the Babolat Boost Aero Yellow as it has a lighter swight weight than the Boost Drive and the Boost S, so it will be easier for beginners to swing.

If you have some experience playing tennis and you are starting to develop a full swing, then I would recommend the Babolat Boost S as its extra weight and head light balance will help you to better control your shots when compared to the other rackets in the Boost range.

If you are an advanced tennis player then I wouldn’t recommend any of the Babolat Boost tennis rackets as they won’t offer the control you need from a tennis racket.

Where can you but Babolat Boost Tennis Rackets?

Babolat Boost Tennis Rackets are available to buy from most good online shops like Tennis Warehouse.

Babolat Boost Rackets are also available to purchase from Amazon and if you purchase using the link below you will be helping to support our blog as we will earn a small commission from the sale at no additional cost to you.

Babolat Boost Vs Pure Drive

The Pure Drive is probably the most popular all round racket that is offered by Babolat.

So how does the Boost range of rackets compare to the Pure Drive?

Below are some of the main differences between the Babolat Boost range of rackets and the Pure Drive are:

  • The Pure Drive has a smaller head size (100 in) than all the tennis rackets in the boost range.
  • The Pure Drive has a much higher strung weight (318g) than all the Babolat Boost rackets so it will be easier to generate power with the Pure Drive.
  • The Pure Drive has a more head light balance so it feels like it is much easier to manoeuver than the Boost rackets.
  • The Pure Drive is also a slightly stiffer racket than the Boost rackets so it won’t be the most arm friendly racket you can play with.