Custom Stringing
Item# CSRS
Custom stringing and re-stringing - bring the best in your frame!

Need a new grommet/bumper guard?
Order here.
Availability: In Stock
Stringing tension:  Type of string: 

We usually offer 2 types of stringing services: custom stringing and re-stringing.

Custom Stringing is done on a brand new racket at the moment of purchase by removing factory strings and installing desired strings ant desired tension. Custom stringing can greatly enhance any racquet performance. Unfortunately, not all manufactures string their racquets using a right string and a correct tension. We highly recommend custom stringing for some of the racquets we sell. Please note our recommendations for each individual racquet.

Re-stringing is done when the original string brakes, and you need to send the racket to us for service.
All work done by Master Stringer with 35+ years of experience stringing squash racquets.

Stringing takes one extra business day.
The tension used is optimal for soft ball play, unless specified otherwise.
Please email our pros at Call 1-800-303-6434 to place an order if you have questions about custom stringing.

Please note that due to the nature of custom stringing we do NOT better prices for it.
The cost of labor is just $19.99.
String cost varies.
For example, stringing with Dunlop S-Gut Ti string will cost $24.99: $19.99 for labor plus $5 for the string itself.

Here are the most popular squash strings.
Ashaway SuperNick - Excellent, lightweight string, best grip on the ball.

Ashaway PowerNick - This one is for chronic string breakers. It is resilient, with great bite. Recommended strung 20% looser.

Technifibre 305 18g and 17g - A performance-oriented squash string with good durability and resilience.

Order Lines: 800-303-6434 / 732-765-8625
See our updated Customer service page for COVID-19 statement
Customer Service / About us| $ALE || Shoes |Squash Rackets |BALLS| Court Apparel |For Children
Copyright 1999-2020 All rights reserved.
77 Cliffwood ave, Ste 2C, Cliffwood, NJ 07721
Updated Oct 27th, 2020