Are there basegrips for lefthanders??

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by its_me_leon, Sep 6, 2006.

  1. its_me_leon

    its_me_leon New User

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    I was wondering if there are any basegrips for lefthanders, that you can wrap around clockwise seen from the buttcap?
     
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  2. LudaKrisKG

    LudaKrisKG Rookie

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    just wraap it the other way
     
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  3. OldSchool

    OldSchool Guest

    No and Yes.

    No: I have not ever seen grips for left-handers.

    Yes: I used to wrap all my grips in the other direction. I also did this for top-ranked juniors when I was string racquets.

    I would purchase two-handed (Fairway) leather grips. These are longer than standard grips. Then I would cut the grip with scissors at opposite end to form a taper for starting the grip in the opposite direction. This shortened the grip only very slightly, because the finishing end would normally be trimmed anyway.

    I am really glad you reminded me of this. I had completely forgotten. Thanks.
     
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  4. ravemaster806

    ravemaster806 Rookie

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    i am a lefty and i just wrap my klipper overgrip white counter clockwise, but i left my stock prince leather replacement grip clockwise cause if i remove it, i dont think u can take a wraped replacement grip out and wrap it the other way, hope this help
     
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