Overgrip

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  1. Nadal46

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    Who know a good mark of overgrip but not very famous?
     
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  2. nasri_babolat_storm

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    pacific softy overgrip!!feels super nice!!
     
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  3. ravemaster806

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    klipper overgrips, 4 grips for $2.50
     
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  4. backhand_finish

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    ahahha hi nasri. you from singapore? know about tfn?
     
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  5. morten

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    tecnifibre players wrap is great
     
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  6. vkartikv

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    Try the new PK superwraps. They last me an average of 20 hrs on the court. I could go longer but I use the white ones and they get dirty. They have much much better durability than both the wilson pro and yonex supergrap. Same price as the yonex, so its about the cheapest out there. Excellent feel as well.
     
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  7. Nadal46

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    Can you also put the official sites?
     
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  8. tennis-skater

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    super grap best by far cheap and lasts long too
     
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  9. need2paint

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    I'm interested in trying the Pacific overgrips. Anyone know why TW doesn't carry this brand?

    Also check out the Laserfibre overgrips.
     
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  10. MESSY

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    ermm anyone knows roughly how long overgrips should be use for..i dun seem to know when i should change my overgrips.
     
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  11. morten

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    Depends how you like them, i dont like them too tacky and use one for about 20 hours, or more even.. Tournagrip and some others wear out quickly.
     
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  12. Nblade

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    yonex super graps try them they are meant to be amazing.
     
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  13. Roy

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    Luxilon....
     
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  14. tennis_hand

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    I find they are too soft and feel like sponge.

    but anyway, leather replacement grips still feel the best, otherwise they won't cost so much more than overgrip. ;) I don't use overgrip. :)

    if you change your overgrips frequently, at the end of the day, using a replacement leather grip which lasts much longer than an over-grip turns out to be cheaper and have less hassle.
     
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  15. yoga

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    thus far i find wilson h2overgrip the best but i am somewhat curious too about this signum pro tour overgrip, merely 0.5 mm thin
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  16. morten

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    0,5mm thin is very common. Babolat vs is even thinner 0,4mm
     
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  17. Nadal46

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    I proved babolat vs original but after 1 week it was KO.
     
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