Which of these grips do you like best?

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by sdlatson, Apr 23, 2006.

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Which would you choose?

  1. Wilson Pro Overgrip

    2 vote(s)
    100.0%
  2. Babolat Pro Overgrip

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Yonex Super Grap

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Other (specify what in post)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. sdlatson

    sdlatson New User

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    Im looking for a really good grip that im pretty much garunteed wont let me let go of the racquet. Ive been looking at the three in the poll but if you know of another than please tell me what in a post.
     
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  2. Rob the Tennis Player

    Rob the Tennis Player Rookie

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    wilson pro overgrip
     
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  3. imadeulook

    imadeulook Rookie

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    tournagrip is not tacky but it never slips until u wear it out, then u just use the other side ( its double sided ):mrgreen:
     
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  4. tonysk83

    tonysk83 Semi-Pro

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    Technifibre overgrips.
     
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  5. TheSneakerologist

    TheSneakerologist Rookie

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    So seriously if any of u haven't tried prince microtac in white, you've been mising out. It last 5 times as long as that weak pro overgrip grap. It's also more tacky. I've had them on my racket for at least 3weeks and htere still good
     
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  6. FuZz_Da_AcE

    FuZz_Da_AcE Rookie

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    wilson pro/super grap are very even, but i gave wilson pro the vote. tournagrip simply doesnt last long enough.
     
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  7. munk3y

    munk3y Rookie

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    Klip Python G1 (white). This, although thicker than both the wilson pro overgrip and the yonex super grap, is by far the most durable and long lasting of them all. The tackyness stays for EVER until you decide to take it off. I used to use wilson pro overgrip. Then i changed to yonex supergrap because I found that it last much longer. Then I tried Klip Python G1 (white) and it blew me away.
    I highly recommend.
     
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  8. EclipseRydr97

    EclipseRydr97 Rookie

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    I think there's a difference in tackiness between the black Yonex Super Grap and the white Yonex Super Grap, even though it's the same maker and everything. What about Wilson Pro Overgrips? Different colors different feel?

    Which white overgrip is longer lasting and blister-friendly?
     
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  9. ATXtennisaddict

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    I have tried supergrap and wilson grip, I gave my vote to wilson. I still have lots of supergrap to go through though...
     
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  10. oscar_2424

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    they are pretty good overgrips, i buy them along with the yonex supergrap
     
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  11. str33t

    str33t Professional

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    wilson h2over ... hands sweat like hell
     
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  12. tonysk83

    tonysk83 Semi-Pro

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    My next overgrip purchase is going to be the yonex ones. The two racquets I just bought came with wilson ones and I didn't like them at all. I like slicker feeling overgrips, not the textured kind like tourna and wilson.
     
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  13. theace21

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    By the time I toss it, the other side is trashed also.
     
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  14. anonymous2364

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    Yonex Super Grap destroys all
     
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  15. LowProfile

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    The thing with colored grips is that the dye used to color them changes the feel and tackiness of the grip. This is especially noticeable with the Super Grap, although the new colored Wilson Pro does not seem to have this problem.

    And I agree that Tournagrip is great until you wear it out. The problem with it, however, is that I tend to wear it out in about 2 sets.

    My vote goes to Wilson Pro, simply because the colored ones have identical feel to the white ones.
     
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