Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by geekydeveloper, Feb 4, 2014.
I'm using an overgrip should i ever change the replacement grip?
Deformity or when the grip is worn down where it's falling apart when you grab it (like how old pleather earpads on headphones flake when they're breaking down)
please people-change them regularly
as needed. this varies, of course.
worn out? compressed too much? yes
but i don't even touching that grip, i only played it for a month when i got the racquet why should it be worn out ?
When you feel like replacing it.
Everyone feels differently.
If its a rubber replacement once compression goes.
Removal of a tacky over grip could also take layers of the replacement grip.
I use leather and i have yet to find reason to change any of my leather grips. As LeeD said its all personal preference.
Like others have said here it's a matter of personal preference. I don't use an overgrip and only replace the grip when it starts to fall apart. Even playing 3 times a week my grip will typically last a year.
I usually get 40-50 hours of hitting out of my gamma replacement grips before I replace them.
I use Prince's DuraPro+ replacement grip in black.
I've been Wilson Pro overgrips for quite some time now and I think I replace them after around 20 hours of play. Especially for matches I'm quite fussy about the state of my grip.
I've found leather grips if anything get better with time :shock:
Overgrips I'll usually replace once every week or two. So I guess 6-12 hours out of one? They lose their tack and feel hard.
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