K Factor, more (K)ontrol
K Bold, (K)arophite Black
Made with Nanotechnology
Wilson K-Factor refers to the generation of Wilson Sporting Goods tennis racquets that incorporate the "K-Factor" technology. These racquets were first revealed in 2007 and are still popular among players. Roger Federer as well as several other highly ranked players endorsed these racquets up until 2010 making them extremely popular for the short time as these racquets quickly became best sellers.
The K-Factor line of racquets boasts of having all of the strengths from the previous generation of nCode racquets while also having the unique "K-Factor". The K-Factor generation has four main components (K)arophite Black, (K)onnector, (K)ontour Yoke, and (K)ompact center.
(K)arophite Black refers to the combining of Carbon Black from the original nCode racquets with graphite and [[SiO2]] to create a dense and strong racquet matrix.