Please Recommend a cushiony grip?

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  1. JackB1

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    Can anyone recommend a replacement grip that gives you a nice cushiony feel that dampens vibrations to your arm/elbow? Also, one that is thicker would be great because my grip feels a little too small for me and I dont want to pile up the overgrips. Thanks
     
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  2. Applesauceman

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    Prince Cushion Replacement Grip
     
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  3. OliverSimon

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    head hydrosorb
     
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  4. mdjenders

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    wilson k grip is very thick and very cushy feeling. i think it would meet your needs perfectly.
     
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  5. furyoku_tennis

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    wilson cushionaire i think it was called. that's a pretty thick replacement grip.

    have you tried looking in the other equipment section for more info on this stuff?
     
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  6. dadozen

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    Try Babolat Syntec Grip. It's cushiony and elastic, so make sure you don't stretch it much when installing it. You'll get a nice cushiony feeling, but, like all thick and comfortable replacement grips, it compresses while it's used, so after a while it gets thinner.
     
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  7. JackB1

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    I disn't see that one here at TW Prince grips? Is it called something else?
    thanks
     
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  8. canadave

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    +1 on the Wilson Cushionaire Sponge grip. It's the comfiest grip I've ever used.

    Also +1 on posting this in the Other Equipment section.
     
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