klipper stuff? cheaper? experiences?

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  1. tennispal

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  2. nCode747

    nCode747 Semi-Pro

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    i got klipper overgrip on right now its really good. I live 15 min. from klipperusa. so only use stuff from there
     
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  3. tenisjugador

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    The Klipper overgrips are quite comfortable, but they are horrible for sweaty hands. They absorb very little sweat, despite their thickness, and become slippery.
     
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  4. GS

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    Since I live in a low humidity area, my hands don't sweat, so the Klipper overgrip is perfect for me. And since I buy em in bulk, they come out to 50 cents apiece, so I can afford to slap on a new one anytime.
     
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  5. tennispal

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    yea the price is incredible.
    so the quality is not bad?
     
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  6. tennispal

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    and if anyone buys from the website, how much is shipping?
     
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  7. GS

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    Yep, the quality isn't bad at all.
    On their website, click on 'policies and security' for shipping info.
     
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  8. ARNICOLINI

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    I sweat a lot and think the grip is good for a set max and then its very slippery.

    To me the Wilson over grip is the best for my sweat level.
     
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  9. Infl8edEg0

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    If you have sweaty hands....don't get them. I can't use them, they feel good initially then I sweat. If your hands don't sweat...get them. They're really cheap. I use Wilson Pro Overgrip...
     
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  10. no1

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    Overall, their products aren't too bad, and since their prices are so good, I would suggest just trying them out...
     
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