In this article, I will look at the specs of these two rackets to see how they compare to each other.
Racket Specs Comparison – Boom Pro vs Pure Aero
Below is a comparison of the technical specifications of the Boom Pro (or “BP”) and Pure Aero (or “PA”), which you can use to get a better idea as to which may be a better suit for your game.
Main Differences: The Boom Pro has a smaller head size (632cm vs 645cm), a more head light balance (32.49cm vs 32.99cm), a heavier strung weight (11.6oz vs 11.2oz), a lower swing weight (325 vs 322), a higher frame stiffness rating (66 vs 65), and a thinner beam width (22.5mm / 22.5mm / 22mm vs 23mm / 26mm / 23mm).
Similarities: Both rackets have a 68.58cm racket length and a 16×19 string pattern.
Please be aware that the below specs are based on averages so the specs of the racket you end up receiving may differ by up to 10%.
|Head Size (sq cm)||632cm2||645cm2|
|Head Size (sq in)||98in2||100in2|
|String Pattern||16 x 19||16 x 19|
|HL or HH1||HL||HL|
|Strung Balance (cm)||32.49cm||32.99cm|
|Strung Balance (pts)||6 pts HL||4 pts HL|
|Strung Weight (grams)||329g||318g|
|Strung Weight (ounces)||11.6oz||11.2oz|
|Unstrung Weight (grams)||310g||300g|
|Unstrung Weight (ounces)||10.9oz||10.58oz|
|Beam Width (mm)||22.5mm / 22.5mm / 22.0mm||23mm / 26mm / 23mm|
1 Head Light or Head Heavy
Pros and Cons
The Boom Pro V1 offers good power, feel, and stability but it is a relatively heavy racket that will not beginner to intermediate players.
The Pure Aero 2023 has a nice design and offers good spin and maneuverability but beginner to intermediate players may find the racket too low powered.
Head to Head
The Boom Pro is better in terms of control and comfort but the Pure Aero is better in terms of power and spin.
Player Level Recommendations
The rackets are best used by advanced tennis players as they are too heavy and unforgiving for beginner to intermediate players to use.