**** grips...

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by vinnier6, Aug 30, 2007.

  1. vinnier6

    vinnier6 Professional

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    anyone try the **** artificial grip...its like 18 bucks a piece and its supposed to be one of the most popular grips on tour...i emailed them and got the details, but dont know if i need to be spending 18 bucks a grip...
     
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  2. Fedace

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    Is this overgrip or replacement grip ? can you only buy it at the this store ? can you buy this at TW ?
     
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  3. gregmiata

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    I have a couple of these, although I currently do not use them. They are great for reducing the size of your grip a bit. They also are great for giving you the feel of leather without the additional weight. Basically one of these with an overgrip feels about the same size and weight as a standard synthetic grip. You buy them directly from ****, just give them a call and they will ship to you. They are a little expensive but do the job they are designed to do very well.

    Greg
     
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  4. vinnier6

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    do you have 3 new ones you want to sell...i dont want to pay 60 bucks for 3, but i would be willing to take 3 off your hands for say 40 bucks...
     
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  5. Sixpointone

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    Hi Fedace,

    The **** Artificial Replacement Grip is a Replacement Grip and best as I know only available directly through **** Tennis.

    Hope that helps,
    John
     
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