Thinnest Replacement Grip

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  1. almerickso

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    Was wondering what the thinnest replacement grip is? preferably not countoured nor textured. just something comfy (soft and maybe shock absorbing?)
     
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    You could also consider a thin overgrip.
    The Babolat VS overgrip is only 0.44 mm thick. The Wilson Pro Overgrip is also circa the same size.
     
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    Wouldn't that be bad for your hand?
     
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    prince aircushion after it has been used for several months.
     
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    Any other thin replacement grips other than tourfit?
     
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    the grip that comes stock with the volkl ve tour 10 mp is pretty thin. dont know what its called (TW specs say "tour grip")
     
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    Wilson TL Foam is very thin but hard to find. A very well known tennis store in Los Angeles on Glendale Blvd has a bunch of them but I don't know where to find them online. It allows me to use an L5 frame with overgrip comfortably where normally L5 would be too big.
     
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