Thin overgrips, thats not tournagrip

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by el_profe, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. el_profe

    el_profe New User

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    DOes anyone know any good thin overgrips that is not tournagrip?

    I use a grip size 41/2 (RDX 500), that is just right, however when I put my yonex overgrip which has a very good grip but is too thick/cushiony it become too big, so im looking for a thin overgrip.

    Suggestions?

    Thanks in advance
     
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  2. str33t

    str33t Professional

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    wilson pro overgrip
     
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  3. Court_Jester

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    Wilson Pro is a thick overgrip, as well as Yonex Supergrap. Go with Alpha Excel II instead.
     
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  4. Sizz

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    Wilson pro stretches easily so you can make it fairly thin...
     
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  5. Dopke

    Dopke Semi-Pro

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    Yeah, wrapping normally with Yonex Supergrap or wilson pro is rather thick, but if you stretch it, it does get pretty thin- but IMO it loses durability a lot quicker.
     
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  6. thetenniskid07

    thetenniskid07 Banned

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    Babolat vs grips.
     
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  7. Lleytian3

    Lleytian3 Semi-Pro

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    well i had that problem too wit yonex overgrip. but jus stretch that thing out and itll be fine, as long as u stretch it then you can thin it out that way, otherwise wilson pro ovegrip is good too.
     
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  8. backcourt

    backcourt Semi-Pro

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    Try the Head Extreme soft. IT's definitely thinner than Super Grap, and still has some nice tack to it.
     
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  9. andrew_b

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    Babolat VS Grips

    I switched to these from tournagrip, and really like them.

    Play well,
    Andrew
     
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  10. el_profe

    el_profe New User

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    Thanks, yeah I have stretched the yonex to the limit and it still feels a bit big, ill try the babolat grip, ive already tried the wilson and didnt really like. Thanks for the suggestions everyone.
     
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