Wilson has launched its #ClashAroundTheWorld social media campaign for the release of the new Wilson Clash V2 Rackets.
As a part of the campaign, Wilson hid over 20 Wilson V2 rackets in Los Angeles, Sydney, and other major cities around the world for customers to find.
Clash v2 global takeover starts today in #ClashAroundTheWorld— Wilson Tennis (@WilsonTennis) February 7, 2022
For the next 5 days from Los Angeles to Sydney and major cities in between, we’ll be hiding over 20 Clash v2s for you to find.
Check our IG stories to follow the clues to find a Clash v2 in your very own city. pic.twitter.com/ytfpJaYOV9
Wilson Clash V1 vs V2
The most obvious difference between the Wilson Clash V2 and the V1 version is the new paint job the new Wilson Clash V2 rackets have got.
They are now a nice cherry red color which makes the rackets look more slick and stylish and are in line with the look of the Blade 98 V8s.
The new clash rackets also incorporate the FORTYFIVE technology from the Blade 98 V8 racket which promises more flexibility and frame stability so that you have a better feel on your shots.
Wilson has also changed the string pattern on the Clash 98 V2 and Clash 100 Pro V2 from a 16×19 string pattern to a 16×20 string pattern.
This should help those who liked the first version of the Clash 98 or Clash 100 Pro but wanted more control over the racket.
When can I get the new Wilson Clash V2 Rackets?
The Wilson Clash V2 rackets went on general sale in early March but you were able to get early access to the rackets via wilson.com from the 18th of February 2022.
The Clash V2 Rackets are now on sale at most online tennis shops like Tennis Warehouse, Tennis-Point, and Amazon.
What are the specs of the new Wilson Clash V2 Rackets?
When comparing the Wilson Clash V1 vs V2, there aren’t huge differences in terms of specs with the main difference being the string pattern changes for the Clash 98 and Clash 100 Pro.
Also, version 2 of the Clash 98 and Clash 100 Pro rackets are now 8pts head light which is slightly less head light than version 1 (9pts head light).
There are also some small differences in terms of the strung weight of all the Clash V2 rackets but the difference is not huge (See a summary of the specs below).
|Racket Specs||Clash 98 V2||Clash 100 V2||Clash 100 Pro V2||Clash 100L V2||Clash 100UL V2||Clash 108 V2||Clash 26 V2||Clash 25 V2|
|String Pattern:||16 x 20||16 x 19||16 x 20||16 x 19||16 x 19||16 x 19||16 x 19||16 x 19|
|Balance:||8pts HL||7pts HL||8pts HL||6pts HL||1pts HL||Even Balance||Even Balance||4 pts HH|
|Stiffness Rating:||60 RA||59 RA||57 RA||55 RA||63 RA||63 RA||–||–|
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Wilson has also launched some new tennis bags to suit the new color scheme of the Wilson Clash V2 Rackets.