Discussion in 'Racquets' started by user92626, Apr 27, 2008.
TW sells Heat shrink sleeves which can increase your grip size 1/16" or 1/8" depending on which one you buy.
you can also cut off the tips of your fingers or add another replacement grip.
cutting your fingers off is also a cheap and inexpensive way to save on replacement and overgrips.
The best way I have found is to use 1 layer of duct tape for 1 gripsize increase.
i was thinking about that, but wouldn't it compress over time
No it works great...I used duct tape on my fischers for 6 months without replacing it...never noticed the grips getting smaller. I have since gone back to bare leather so dont need it any more as leather is thicker..
I don't think cutting off your finger tips is feasible. How are you gonna pick your arse to play like Raf?
Putting on one more replacement grip didn't work, either, which I did. It made the edges gone.
I'm thinking of getting a baseball bat wrap. It's much longer than tennis grip so you can roll it as much as you want.
the grip building sleeves/tape are no good for you?
You're sick :lol:
my friend put hockey tape around like 5 times and it increased it from a 1 to I would say a 4.
electric tape!!! :]
I used electrical tape, overgrips, duct tape and Heat shrinks...but, for me, the best way is buying a new racquet with the right gripsize...honestly
just put some kind of tape over it. then toss on a replacement grip or overgrip....i would not reccomend toss an overgrip over the tape tho because im not sure if the overgrip is thick enough
Yes, I listened to nickb on duct tape and it does indeed do the trick.
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