Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by nomadic91, Mar 23, 2011.
Baseball mitts, your old belts, old leather shoes, anything leather really.
**** or any major customising company.
But that is alot of effort. Just do above post ^^^
Shoe repair shops sometimes sell strips of it just cut them to size !
If you want a 'new' look, look up 'Tandy Leather Factory' online and you can buy natural leather belt keepers (part of the belt the keep the end next to the belt) that are over 2" long for less than a dollar.
For a bigger inventory, you can buy natural leather belt strips for about $7 for a 1/2" x 72" strip. That should last you a long time!
Do a Google search for GSS. Their online store sells ready-to-cut power pads
On a side note, power pads don't really do too much
Do I have to install them myselves or can the stringers do them for me if i provide them with the material?
what are this power pads?
Any old bit of leather will do.
They're pretty useless anyway. For Fed copycats only.
Just buy some leather grips and cut them up
Actually I think you should use them if you are using natural gut, just as a precaution and usually on the outter mains.
You mean for his painted K90?
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