replacment grip

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  1. abenguyen

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    so does anybody know of a good THIN soft and tacky replacement grip. i bought this yonex one that i love because it reduces my 4 1/2 to a 3/8 which i need. so i'm trying to find a similar one since i bought it in thailand and was too stupid to get 2. so it basically feels tacky like an overgrip when put on but its really thin and soft. it gives the cushion of a replacement grip but is thin enough to make the grip smaller.
     
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  2. abenguyen

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    aww man, no replies... i went ahead and just bought a prince duratac replacement grip. seems think and I'll wrap it super tight
     
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  3. Dangus

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    Try LaserFibre TourFit or its TwinTone version.
     
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  4. texastornado

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    wilson true is thin and tacky, soft is another story. I noticed they came out with a new production run where they changed the backingfrom a black material to a white one. perhaps it is softer? It does appear that they no longer yellow though.
     
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    Babolat Syntec is tacky. I'm not sure if it's thin though. Head Softac & Dunlop Hydramax Tour are thin. But I thought those grips were uncomfortably thin.
     
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    Listen to Dangus.
     
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