Dealing with Squash Shoe Odor

By Pierre Bastien, squash equipment blogger at squashsource.com “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” —Sun Tzu You may think your faithful squash equipment correspondent is prone to wandering aimlessly. In...

Salming Squash Shoes

By Pierre Bastien, Squash Equipment Blogger at squashsource.com Salming squash shoes came onto the scene a few years ago, when England’s Adrian Grant started wearing the brand. Salming now sponsors a number of top men’s...

What to Pack for a Squash Tournament

By Pierre Bastien Last summer, I traveled down to Charlottesville to play in the 2018 World Masters, which were being held for the first time in the United States. The University of Virginia hosted 600...

2015 Technifibre Squash Racquets

By Pierre Bastien, squash equipment blogger at squashsource.com Ah, summer. While things can be a bit slow around the squash courts during the warmer months, it’s an exciting time in the squash equipment world, because this...

Squash Doubles Racquets

by Pierre Bastien Hardball doubles is a gem of a sport with an avid fan base throughout North America. It’s incredibly fun and full of interesting variations you don’t see in squash singles. The patterns of...

2015 Dunlop Squash Racquets

By Pierre Bastien, Squash Equipment Blogger at squashsource.com As the squash season gets underway, let’s take a look at six new designs from Dunlop that you’ll probably see around the courts in 2015-2016. Dunlop Force Evolution For...

Hybrid Stringing Comes to Squash!

By Steve Crandall Vice President, Sales & Marketing Ashaway Racket Strings   Hybrid stringing for squash? In a word, yes. Hybrid stringing is coming to squash. And for very good reasons as we shall see.    First, a bit of background....

What They Used at the Open

By Pierre Bastien, squash equipment blogger at squashsource.com

Get a Grip!

by Pierre Bastien, squash equipment blogger at squashsource.com Squash grips are a critical piece of squash equipment. Whatever your level of squash, you need to keep a firm hold on your racquet. And beyond that,...