What colour Grip?

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What colour Grip?

  1. Yellow

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  2. Black

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  3. Blue

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  4. White

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  5. Green

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  1. K!ck5w3rvE

    K!ck5w3rvE Hall of Fame

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    What colour Grip do you prefer?
     
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  2. bfonz7

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    Nothing beats the Whiteness of the Wilson Pro Overgrips
     
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  3. PHSTennis

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    Im all with you bfonz I havent used anything but Wilson Pro since I got into it... about 6 months already... I read reviews and feedbacks on TW sound like what I wanted got it... Its just the best ever now... I have reels of it... dont think I would ever change... also white is universal... matches every color racquets :)
     
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  4. Feña14

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    I like Tournagrip as the blue colour really matches my POG and Fischer Pro One.

    Also it feels soooo nice and I would also use the Wilson as it comes a close second but I just prefer the colour of Tourna and the feel.

    I don't know which one is most durable?

    And my man JC and Safin also use it! :D

    Liam
     
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  5. ProStaffTour90

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    Well the white looks good.....for about half an hour, anyway i turned mine round the other day and the other side had gone orange from my leather grip underneath, so on one of my racquets i have a nice white/tan leather kinda tie-die effect!

    Looks good!
     
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  6. kreative

    kreative Professional

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    lime green yonex super grap or white wilson pro.
     
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  7. BigboyDan

    BigboyDan Semi-Pro

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    Tourna grip here in Texas - seems to really hold up in the heat and humidity. Nothing worse for a grip to become slippery. Black grips of any kind become too hot.
     
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  8. coach

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    what's ever on sale. I have bought running shoes, bicycles and other sporting goods in spite of their less than average eye appeal. The grip only matters when you are not on the court. When someone is serving a 75mph kicker to your backhand I don't think you have time to contemplate your grip or appreciate it's beauty. It's color may help your confidence in your racquet when you first step on the court, but then other, more important factors kick in.
     
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  9. gmlasam

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    The question is too general. Are you referring to "over grips" or the actual "grip" of the racquet. Everyone's reply seems to be "overgrip'" colors.

    For the actual grip of the racquet, I prefer "brown" as in brown leather grip, for overgrip, I prefer white, wilson pro over grip, because it only comes in white color.
     
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  10. Ace

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    Prince "No Sweat" in Purplish-Blue.........
     
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  11. TennsDog

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    I use orange Yonex Super Grap (you don't have orange option). It looks good on my 300G. I also use Wilson Pro, but I would prefer just about any color than white. If I can't have one that actually matches the cosmetics of my racket, then I like black.
     
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  12. raven5288

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    the white wilson pro overgrip. I haven't used anything else since I discovered overgrips.
     
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  13. Rickson

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    I use the sky blue tournagrip on all my racquets.
     
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