Wilson’s Ultra 108 and Clash 108 are two popular options for recreational players who are looking for a racket that gives tons of easy power.
This article will look at the specs of both rackets to see how they compare to each other.
Ultra 108 vs Clash 108 – Rackets Specs Comparison
Main Differences: The Ultra 108 has a lower strung weight (10.0oz vs 10.4oz), a lower swing weight (311 vs 325), a more head light balance (1 pts HL vs Even Balance), a higher frame stiffness rating (70 vs 63), a thicker beam width (26mm / 27.5mm / 25.5mm vs 24.5mm), and a 16 x 18 string pattern rather than a 16 x 19 string pattern.
Similarities: Both rackets have the same head size (108in) and racket length (27.25in).
|Specs:||Ultra 108||Clash 108|
|Strung Weight:||283g (10.0oz)||295g (10.4oz)|
|Unstrung Weight:||270g (9.52oz)||280g (9.9oz)|
|Strung Balance:||1 pts HL||0 pts EB|
|Power:||High||Medium to High|
|Player Level:||Beginner to Intermediate||Beginner to Intermediate|
|Beam Width:||26mm / 27.5mm / 25.5mm||24.5mm|
|String Pattern:||16 x 18||16 x 19|
|Grip Type:||Wilson Pro Performance||Wilson Pro Performance|
Head to Head
The Ultra 108 is the better option in terms of power, with the Clash 108 being the better option in terms of control, spin, and arm friendliness.
If you struggle to hit power on your shots, then the Ultra 108 will be the better option for you.
|H2H||Ultra 108||Clash 108|
In my opinion, these rackets will best suit a beginner to intermediate tennis player, with the Ultra 108 being the better option for beginners as it offers a little more free power.
Intermediate players will likely prefer the Clash 108 as it offers more control and is more solid at the net.
|Player Level||Ultra 108||Clash 108|
Where can you buy these tennis rackets?
The rackets are for sale in most good online tennis shops and on the official Wilson website.