Need Thin But Tacky Grip (not overwrap)

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by kenshireen, Aug 23, 2007.

  1. kenshireen

    kenshireen Professional

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    I have been using a head hydo control grip and like it because it is thin.
    I do not like thick mushy rubbery grips. The only problem is that within 3 weeks (atlanta) they loose their tackiness and become sliipery. I do not like overwraps.

    I am looking for recommendations for a synthetic grip that is thin and tacky

    Thank you
    Ken
     
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  2. muggy

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    the babolat ones are nice
     
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  3. nyc

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    Tacky grips are generally non-absorbent, so in the lovely Atlanta humid hell any tacky grip will lose its tackiness.
     
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  4. texastornado

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    wilson true grip, they turn yellow from sitting on the shelf so they may not be as aesthetically pleasing. still work great though except they are not very absorbant. not an issue if you have a wristband
     
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  5. Zets147

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    cobra grip
     
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  6. Quattro

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    +1 for Wilson Tru Grip
     
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