which overgrip....

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by milo, May 26, 2006.

  1. milo

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    is the cheapest one to get from TW? Is it the babolat easy grip or wilson pro overgrip or yonex??
     
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  2. Ripper

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    Man, can't you just check out the prices for yourself?
     
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  3. jackofromalsager

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    i like the pro grips
     
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  4. Kabob190

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  5. woody6.1

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    wilson pro 30 pack for 23 bucks
     
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  6. milo

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    ah sorry man....forgot to add "durable" according to all of you guys. so which one is the cheapest and durable enough?
     
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  7. LowProfile

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    Wilson Pro Overgrip 30 pack. 23 bucks.
     
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  8. Head_Rocketman

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    Are babolats better?
     
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  9. Head_Rocketman

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    I know that Babolats are .44mm, how thick are Wilson Pro overgrips?
     
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  10. Final_Match_Point

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    Wilsons are very comforatble and tacky imo. although i havent used a supergrap or a bab one. Id go with wilson O/G its the only thing theyve gotten right
     
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  11. milo

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    no, i have tried the babolat vs overgrip. and it is just like those tourna grip. really2 not durable.
     
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  12. chex

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    I really liked the ever so unpopular forten grip...
    they're more than durable... I had absolutely no problem with sweaty grips or blisters.. color didn't shed onto your hand or anything... good tack, but slightly less squishier than say, the pro overgrip.
     
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  13. Duzza

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    youre asking two questions
    Which one is cheaper? and Which one is more durable?
    Which one of these is more important to you? I'd say the slight difference in prices won't affect you as much as the different feels
     
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  14. milo

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    as a lot of people wanted, of course i wanted both of them. maybe i could get cheap by buying in bulk but i don't want them to be just like tourna. it is very awful. it only lasted for three or four playing times.
     
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  15. anonymous2364

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    pro overgrip
     
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  16. brucie

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    Babolat grips are NOT durable, Pro grips are but get to mucky so arent really on a racket long if ytou dont like filthy grips
     
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  17. LuckyR

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    Tournagrips have the reputation of being great on feel but poor on durability and sweat absorbtion, both of which are important to me. I like SuperGrap, plenty of absorbtion and durable. One thing, they are thicker than the Tournagrips so if your racquet is bordering on having a too thick grip, I'd look elsewhere.
     
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  18. milo

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    ah it is hard for me to find a supergrap since there aren't any in my country. so i guess i have to try the pro overgrip (they only available in white here)
     
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