The Karakal CRX Graphite Racketball Racket is built using a one piece moulding of high modulus graphite to create a frame that is not only stiff, but also very lightweight and easy to move.
This allows you to swing the frame faster and create more head speed, thus creating more power in your shots.
In addition, the elongated head offers a greater trampoline off the central string design, thus adding to the power capability of this frame.
The Karakal brand originated in Belgium in 1978 and was the property of SPGS Dendermonde Belgium. The Karakal brand mark was used on shoes, rackets and clothing.
Karakal UK started distributing in the UK in 1981 and in 1985 purchased the rights to the UK & Ireland. In 1991 a new company was formed called Karakal Worldwide Ltd and the rights to the rest of the world were purchased.
The original Karakal logo was a Lynx, but in 2002 the logo was changed. Starting with the Turkish translation of Karakal, meaning 'Black Ear', and the fact that KARAKAL has three 'A's, it was decided to use the outside pair as 'Black Ears' and exaggerate the centre 'A' with a dot below, which can be interpreted as a ball or shuttlecock. The new name logo and the 'A' ball give instantly recognisable brand marks that continue the Karakal ethos of quality and value for money that the original Karakal Lynx stood for.
Karakal now have distributors in over 40 countries and still specialise in racket sports equipment.