Inside out or not?

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  1. Freedom

    Freedom Professional

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    Do you put your overgrips on inside-out, or normally? I realize that for some grips, there is not a real difference...but I accidently put a Prince Microtac grip on my ProStaff inside out, because I wasn't paying attention, and I love it inside-out! Normally it feels nice, but inside out, it is extra tacky, but not too "dry."

    Thoughts?
     
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  2. Frenchie

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    Maybe the side you're using now was the right side all along, and the side you used to use was inside out...
     
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  3. dewey2110

    dewey2110 Rookie

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    LOL
     
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  4. thetenniskid07

    thetenniskid07 Banned

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    HAHAHAHA. Nice one.
     
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  5. eLterrible

    eLterrible Rookie

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    haha i have to agree, the "dry" part is the wrong side, the tacky side is definately the right side, or as you put it "inside out";)
     
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  6. Freedom

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    No, because one side has "Prince Microtac" printed on it. That's the "normal" side. I put it on the other way.
     
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  7. kabob

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    I use Tournagrip so it doesn't matter.
     
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  8. Jess

    Jess New User

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    I've tried putting on my grip inside-out to get the most out of it with two kinds: Wilson Pro Overgrip (it was okay, dry but rough) and Babolat Pro Team (blue if it matters [it felt pretty similar to the front side]).
     
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  9. sekine

    sekine New User

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    So, there is no "right" or "wrong" side to Tournagrip? They seem slightly different and I'm never sure if I'm using the correct side.
     
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  10. d_frank

    d_frank Rookie

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    On my wilson pro overgrips i put the side with plastic up, so i touches my hand, and the side w/ no plastic goes on the racquet.
     
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  11. Freedom

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    You're supposed to take the plastic off...:mrgreen:
     
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  12. pached

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    How can you play without taking the plastic off lol? There would be absolutely no absorbency and not much tack either.
     
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