*Official no Replacement Grip Club*

who else has just a overgrip over the pallet? i just did this today, put a slazenger overgrip over the pallet and my radical feels amazing now :), i love the pronouced bevels! who's with me
 

oneguy21

Banned
who else has just a overgrip over the pallet? i just did this today, put a slazenger overgrip over the pallet and my radical feels amazing now :), i love the pronouced bevels! who's with me
Have you hit with it yet? If not I suggest you do, then decide. This can lead to blisters.
 

meowmix

Hall of Fame
^It's actually not that bad. My rackets are quie varied, and on two, I've played with just a single OG on it. It actually doesn't feel all that different from pure leather (in terms of how hard it is).
 

paulorenzo

Hall of Fame
yeh, the no replacement grip layout is dope. the bevels are indeed pronounced/ you'll feel a lot more in control of all aspects of the racquet as soon as you hit the first ball. even though it felt uncomfortable a few times after a session, it was the best grip layout i've tried.


until i switched to gama's leather. better durability and slightly better comfort while still maintaining pronounced bevels. it's also thinner than every replacement/leather grip i've tried. :)
 
no, I have not hit with it yet, however I have "dry" swung it in my room :D.

I think that I should be fine. I also did this because otherwise it was just a tad to large, its a 4-3/8 but I like mine colser to 1/4,

and IDK I might put two overgrips after I actually play with it if I find that its too hard, but the slazenger OG is pretty cushy.
 
until i switched to gama's leather. better durability and slightly better comfort while still maintaining pronounced bevels. it's also thinner than every replacement/leather grip i've tried. :)
yeah I am planning on buying leather by the time tennis season rolls around (end of feb) so that I can try it out then, but untill then I think that this setup is pretty dope indeed.

~cheers
 
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