Wilson Clash 108 Tennis Racquet

  • Wilson Clash 108 Tennis Racquet
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The revolution grows with the all-new Clash 108 from Wilson. The Clash gets its name by combining usually different traits of (power + control) & (flexibility + stability) all within the same frame.

The Clash 108 was created to take advantage of the more vertical swing of the modern game. The Clash 108 bends in a very unique way, which creates a deeper ball pocket -- enhancing the feel for the frame while still providing excellent stability.

Wilson has implemented all-new technology into the Clash, starting with the introduction of “Free Flex.” Powered by a proprietary carbon mapping, the Clash bends in all-new dimensions so players can swing freely with more confidence. Wilson also developed the Clash with a unique frame geometry known as “Stable Smart” – designed through digital simulation, providing best-in-class stability and power, making the Clash one of the most flexible frames in tennis.

The Clash 108 is a game improvement racquet within the Clash line. With an oversized 108 sq inch. head, a lightweight feel thanks to the 10.5 oz. strung weight -- the Clash 108 also features an extended length at 27.25 inches with a 16x19 string pattern. Ideal racquet for players with a slower more compact swing style looking to play with power, control and spin.

For Optimal String Performance Wilson Recommends:

  • Comfort: Wilson Sensation Plus
  • Control: Luxilon Smart

If selecting tension "Below Range", please note at checkout within the comments field your desired tension value.

Item #: WR008811U

    Racquet Specifications

  • Headsize: 108 sq. in.
  • Length: 27.25 in.
  • Weight (strung): 10.5 oz.
  • Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 56
  • Balance: 13.6 in. Even Balance
  • Cross Section: 24.5/24.5/24.5mm
  • Swingweight: 310 kg*sq. cm
  • String Pattern: 16x19
  • Grip: Wilson Pro Performance
  • Stringing Tips: Two piece racquet. Main String Skips: Throat: 7,9 | Head: 7,9


5 Stars

Adam Lowy from on 12/29/2021 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Perfect weight and side. Manageable, light yet balanced for power. Large sweet spot

wilson clash

4 Stars

sally from IL on 12/6/2021 12:00:00 AM wrote:

well, it is light headed. I haven't decided if I like it yet, or not. I normally like my racquets strung tight. 65 lbs. This one at 58so need to get used to it. So far, it might be a tad too light, but didn't have ant trouble getting my racket on volleys. I think I may need to use it a few more times to give a true reading on it.

5 Stars

Jeff Lambdin from on 11/3/2021 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Excellent feel and power with minimal vibration, even with off center hits

Great for doubles

5 Stars

Bert from TX on 9/29/2021 12:00:00 AM wrote:

strung it at 57 with synthetic gut, better feel with no overhitting...serve is great..volley is as well. Great on my shoulder and arm. Use Use pure Aero for singles.

5 Stars

Peter from on 1/20/2021 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Lightweight and flexible head.

4 Stars

Jackson from on 1/4/2021 12:00:00 AM wrote:

It was light and responded well. Good for beginners as it is easy to control. This is what my daughter is using as she is learning the game.

5 Stars

HVill from on 12/30/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Very stable racket. I am a beginner and this is the best racket I have tried so far!

5 Stars

KE from on 12/17/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Love it

5 Stars

Michael from on 10/2/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I've been buying tennis supplies from Midwest Sports for the last 30 years. They are always friendly and provide accurate information even when I not buying something. They also have very competitive pricing.

1 Star

John ABTC from on 9/25/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is probably the least responsive deadest feeling frame I have hit with since the Head Master back in the '70's. This was truly a disappointment. The sweet spot seemed to move (It doesn't, I know.), but offcenter hits had no feel. In contrast the Ultra I have been using for a year is much more responsive. Off center hits are more playable. My level of playing confidence is much higher with the Ultra. It was suggested that the Clash would be easier on the arm and shoulder. Also volleys would be easier to control due to the enlarged sweet spot. Both of these are wrong. Back to the drawing board.

5 Stars

Mark from on 7/30/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Like the blend of power and control. As a older (63) player who still prefers singles, I appreciate the added power without losing control. Additionally the racket is very damp/arm friendly yet still has a lot of "pop'/lively feel off the racquet. Other arm friendly racquets I demoed felt dead. And the best quality off the racquet is the large sweet spot and forgiveness on off center hits. When I have an off center hit (Way more often than I would like) the ball still travels far in the court, accurately, with some pace. And those hits when I do find the sweet spot are powerful and feel great!

5 Stars

Teri Arrington from on 6/30/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Great racket!

Not For Me.

3 Stars

pal56 from VT on 3/8/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I am a 4.0 club player and regularly play singles and doubles. My long-time racquet to date is the Dunlop Aerogel 4D 500 Tour, 100 sq/in head, using RPM Blast 17g at 55lbs. I have been trying the Wilson Clash 108 racquet for the past 3 months, which is my first light weight OS head racquet. I initially had it strung with RPM Blast 17g at 52 lbs., but found that the racquet had too much pop off the forehand. I restrung it to 55 lbs. which helped to keep the ball between the lines. However, after playing with it for a few more months, I still have difficulty controlling the forehand from the baseline, and even more so with hitting down-the-line. It could be the operator (me). Serve and net play was improved, which may have more to do with the lighter weight of the racquet. Possibly a good doubles racquet, but I would not recommend it for a singles baseliner. You could probably say the same for all OS racquets. I’ll be going back to a Midplus head size, but at a lighter strung weight of about 10.5 oz.