Stiga ‘Inspira CCF’ is the representative of inner-fiber blade in Stiga blade range before the launching of ‘Cybershape Carbon’. It is the thickest inner-fiber blade in Stiga blade range, and has woven carbon fiber in its construction. ‘CCF’ means ‘Close Core Fiber’ which is Stiga’s own expression for ‘inner fiber construction’. Although it is a blade with inner-fiber construction, ‘Inspira CCF’ is as fast as the most famous outer-fiber blade.
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Can you share the performance data of the Inspira CCF (Ep, Ec, Vp and Vl) with us?
Being a very thick blade (6.2mm), what is the average weight of the Inspira CCF?
How different is the woven carbon fiber used in the Inspira CCF from the Textreme Carbon used used by Stiga in the Carbonado series and the Legacy Carbon blades?
How does woven carbon fiber compared to the ALC which seems to be a popular choice and used by many manufacturers?