Vulto Strings back in Production

Vulto was known a few years ago for their amazing strings.  The Brazilian strings were top choice for many players and are fairly sought after in todays market.  Well good news, Vulto has new string coming out that they say rivals the old design.

Interesting thing about this string.  Vulto says you can pop them in your Jeans pocket, wash your jeans, and bring them back to re-usable status.


The finest materials make the best strings. Vulto strings are 100% synthetic, smooth and durable strings made with special fibers.

Vulto has been producing strings since 2002. With feedback from players and a great dose of innovation, the new strings have everything you have ever wanted.

They are good for standard tricks, whips, offstring and any exquisite trick you might create. These strings can handle it all.
The new Vulto strings are also friends of the environment. Put them in your dirty pants when you wash them and you can re-use the strings one more time. When you buy 25 strings you actually get 50.

And when they are dirty you can put them in the plastic bin: these strings are 100% recyclable

From Vulto’s Blog

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Chris "Dr. Yo-Yo" Allen is the creator and founder of He has been yoyoing for over 25 years and has a passion for the industry.

'Vulto Strings back in Production' have 4 comments

  1. April 13, 2010 @ 12:46 pm Mario

    It was really hard to find strings in Brazil when I started playing, so I used to wash some of them. When we decided to create something new that was the first thing that came to my mind.
    Cotton strings are terrible to wash. But these synthetic strings have a different pigment, so after the first wash they are almost the same (I think they feel more elastic).
    Thanks a lot!


  2. April 9, 2010 @ 10:27 pm Tommy Nickels

    The washing the string thing is not new. I have been doing it with homemade string for years.
    Most string when ‘worn’ is just covered in grime and oils. Wash it, and you remove the oils. Fresh string, as long as you can preserve the bounce to a degree.
    However, it is nice to see a company finally tell its customers to wash their string. Hopefully it’ll catch on and people will be a little less wasteful.
    I do not have experience in string recycling, but I also believe all polyster string is recyclable, as long as you local recycling plant will take non-food container plastics.
    Still, like washing, it is nice for a company to encourage it.

    I will say, vulto strings are fantastic. Try them if you can.


  3. April 9, 2010 @ 4:59 pm matt

    I really hope that the “synthetic” material they use, is more resiliant than whats in alchemy.


  4. April 9, 2010 @ 1:39 pm Janne

    New strings have already arrived to Euro-yo.


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