Which Overgrip Company Do You Use?

Which Overgrip do You Use?

  • Wilson

    Votes: 36 33.6%
  • Babolat

    Votes: 8 7.5%
  • Tourna Grip

    Votes: 20 18.7%
  • Gamma

    Votes: 14 13.1%
  • Yonex

    Votes: 21 19.6%
  • Head

    Votes: 7 6.5%
  • Dunlop

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Prince

    Votes: 1 0.9%

  • Total voters
    107
  • Poll closed .

Cross Court

Banned
Wilson, Pro Overgrip.

Btw the company of Tourna grip is Unique Sports, and they make a few other grips as well.
 
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JavierLW

Hall of Fame
Wilson Pro Soft Overgrip, you dont have that in your poll.

(brand name is meaningless, some companys make multiple products that are nothing alike)
 

Capt. Willie

Hall of Fame
Ive tried a bunch over the years and always come back to Tourna Grip. The durability sucks but it absorbs sweat the best.
 

autumn_leaf

Hall of Fame
i switched from yonex to pro supex. kinda feels like gamma supreme to me.

tried and hated wilson pro and tourna. WP started to tear after a match or two. Tourna started to tear while wrapping it.... maybe i just got a bad batch..

the yonex, which i still have, gets soft too quickly and instead of tearing will start to have crack lines.

pro supex ones start tacky and gets soft. don't use it if your hands sweat a lot. but so far no tearing or crack lines from it in a month of play.
 

GS

Professional
I guess I'm the only one who uses the cheapest overgrip on the market, from KlipperUSA. They're decent, and semi-tacky. So if you buy em in bulk and get em for 50 cents each, you can feel rich and slap on a new one anytime you want. Plus, they come in white....
 
Interesting poll. I'm in the market for an overgrip and I was looking at getting the Wilson Pro.
Look at Gamma Supreme Overgrip. I use it-it is the tackiest and most durable overgrip bar none. This grip's perfromace in outstanding, as most of the tennis players at my club use it. Its getting very popular worldwide as well.
 

neverstopplaying

Professional
I always use Tournagrip.

Last week in a match I tried Babolat VS overgrip. After 1 hour of play, my PT630 followed the ball and ended up at the net on a serve. Maybe other grips are OK, but once I've used Tournagrip, there's no going back.
 

schap02

Semi-Pro
Yonex Super (turns your hands the color of the grip sometimes)
Wilson Pro
Occasionally Tourna if it's on sale
 

Kostas

Semi-Pro
Look at Gamma Supreme Overgrip. I use it-it is the tackiest and most durable overgrip bar none. This grip's perfromace in outstanding, as most of the tennis players at my club use it. Its getting very popular worldwide as well.
This is what I use and I LOVE it. I sweat alot so I go through these rather quickly but I buy the 30-packs from TW and that'll last me most of the season.
 

JavierLW

Hall of Fame
wilson pro overgrip is the best, but the soft overgrip is a piece of sht
No it's not, it's just not for everyone.

It works great for me because I sweat a lot.

Seems like some colors work better then others though. (Orange and Yellow seem to work better then White and Black is garbage)

Not all the Colors of "Pro" or multi-pack sets are that great either though, it's Wilson, they are not known for great quality control anymore.
 

STi

New User
I'm using Gamma supremes. Changed over from tournagrip just cause my hands dont really sweat that much so I'll take the tacky feel over the dry feel. But Tournagrip is still great stuff.
 

OnyxZ28

Hall of Fame
I use Gamma Grip II -- even thinner than VS and doesn't round out the bevels as much. Downside is that it doesn't come in bulk, so I have to buy the packs, so it ends up costing more than Supreme, which I find to be too thick, even stretched out.
 
No one uses babolat syntec? it lasts FOREVER and it feels great. :] It doesn't become a well heated marshmallow when it gets dirty unlike wilson pro over.
 

Syfo-Dias

Professional
Gamma Supreme is the best overgrip I've ever used. I love it wrapped over a Gamma Hi-Tech replacement grip.
 

ronalditop

Hall of Fame
I use Gamma Grip II -- even thinner than VS and doesn't round out the bevels as much. Downside is that it doesn't come in bulk, so I have to buy the packs, so it ends up costing more than Supreme, which I find to be too thick, even stretched out.
thats the bad thing about supreme, theyre too thick and also theyre so hard to put on, you have to stretch it a lot to make it fit.
 

dman72

Hall of Fame
Head extreme soft, and I've tried them all. I like that they aren't super sticky, yet hold up well to sweat, and they are durable.
 

DrpShot!

Semi-Pro
Tourna-Grip all the time, sometimes I have to wet it a bit, especially in winter, but it plays great when slightly damp or wet. Can't stand any of the so called tacky grips when they get wet, start slipping like crazy and when they're dry i feel like i can't change my grip as quickly.
 
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