Still In Black Tennis Strings

As many of you know, one of my favorite activities here at Inspired Tennis is introducing you to new tennis strings on the market. Usually I get the pleasure of introducing a new string from an existing brand. Now… I get the pleasure of introducing a new brand – new to the U.S., that is. Check out the following video to learn about Still In Black tennis strings – Booster, Resistretch, and Select.

Thanks for checking in.


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  1. Donovan Horton says:

    I know this is a French Company but does it say where they are made? Most are from Germany or Austria. I was wondering if this is just rebranded strings. Thanks


  2. David Henry says:

    I am not sure. I’ve sent a message to my contact, the U.S. distributor for Still In Black, to see if he can let me know this info. I’ll let you know once I hear something. Thanks.


  3. Donovan Horton says:

    Great thanks.


  4. David Henry says:

    Still In Black strings are made in Germany.



  5. Tony says:

    I know that plasticy feel your talking about. I discovered it recently while trying different strings. Funny thing is sometimes the plastic feel depends on gauge. A 17g of a string might feel plastic like but the 16g would be solid.

  6. David Henry says:

    Interesting. Thanks for the comment.


  7. Steve Huff says:

    1st time I’ve seen your website. Looks good. Wish I had seen it earlier. I’ll try to follow it more. Thanks.

  8. David Henry says:

    Hey Steve! Welcome! I remember your name from the Talk Tennis boards. Cool to have such an experienced stringer checking out Inspired Tennis.

    Take care.


  9. Anthony Nguyen says:

    Hi David,
    I was wondering did you start the raffling of these strings. I am very interesting in trying these new strings since I’m experimenting with different co-polys.

  10. David Henry says:

    Nope – You haven’t missed anything. I haven’t announced the give-away contest for the Still In Black strings yet. Soon, my friend. Stay tuned…

  11. lucas loman says:

    enter me for contest

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  13. David Henry says:

    Hey Lucas – Do me a favor… Find the post titled “Win a Free Set of Still In Black Tennis String” and leave a comment there – stating that you want to be entered.



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