Tecnifibre T-Fight Users

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by mrmo1115, May 9, 2011.

  1. mrmo1115

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    To all who play with any VO2 Max racquets in the T Fight Series, 295, 305, 320, 325... has any one of you guys experienced a decrease in the size of the grip as you've played more and more with the stick?

    The Tec-Dry is the grip that's used and I'm not sure if its just me, but they definitely start to feel smaller over time. I have 4 3/8 racquets my 4 sticks but one or two definitely can pass for a 4 1/4. Is it because the Tec-Dry is a thin grip in general?
     
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  2. Satch

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    i use overgrip and the size is the same all the time. Why don'y you put a leather one under overgrip?
     
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  3. jkang909

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    your hands grow to an extraordinary size and you dont even know that youre a descendant of the Hulk
     
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  4. mrmo1115

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    What T-Fight are you playing with? I'm still a bit baffled by this. :confused:
     
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  5. OldButGame

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    I've noticed it,...but people told me it was just 'My Hands',...so I dunno,..:neutral:

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  6. mrmo1115

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    And which T-Fight would you be using?
     
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  7. Cooper_Tecnifibre4

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    Synthetic replacement grips become less spongy as time goes on from you squeezing the racquet.

    Go leather <3 you won't go back.
     
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  8. Satch

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    vo2 325... Just use overgip, maybe original one is a bit spongy. I never play w/o overgrip
     
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  9. mrmo1115

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    Neither do I.. but I currently use the 305 and there's been an obvious shrink in my grip size from when I first got it..which was a more puffy feeling grip. Note that I did not play one single minute without an overgrip on the stick.. which makes me a bit more confused.

    I ordered new replacement grips, but wanted to find out if anyone shared the same experience.
     
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  10. 0d1n

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    All grips (yeah...including leather) compress with usage. Leather just compresses less...so the difference is smaller.
    It's usually why people feel that "the new line" of racquets are running big with regards to gripsize when compared with the "old line".
     
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  11. mctennis

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    That easy to see that you use a 4 1/4" grip. I can tell from just looking at the pic. Plus maybe an over grip.
     
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