Yonex Dry Grap 12/30pk

esgee48

G.O.A.T.
Yonex does not offer this product in 12 or 30 packs. The 3 pack is all they presently offer. Ordering from Japan would be crazy unless you know someone there.
[/sarcasm] Just wrap up 3 racquets when you go out to play. Unless you are a "wannabee", 3 racquets are plenty unless you are a Racquetholic. 8-B:happydevil: [/end sarcasm]
 

ryushen21

Legend
Yonex does not offer this product in 12 or 30 packs. The 3 pack is all they presently offer. Ordering from Japan would be crazy unless you know someone there.
[/sarcasm] Just wrap up 3 racquets when you go out to play. Unless you are a "wannabee", 3 racquets are plenty unless you are a Racquetholic. 8-B:happydevil: [/end sarcasm]
You've clearly never played tennis in the Texas summer.
 

esgee48

G.O.A.T.
Would Stockton or Sacramento qualify? They always felt like 100 F° or more whenever I was there. In my mis-spent youth which is way in my rear view mirror, I played a lot in humid hot weather. Now that I am a "distinguished old man", I try to stay within 20-25 miles of the ocean. :laughing::whistle:

I do wonder whether you could just reverse the Super Grab and use their non tacky side as an emergency Dry Grab.
 

ryushen21

Legend
Would Stockton or Sacramento qualify? They always felt like 100 F° or more whenever I was there. In my mis-spent youth which is way in my rear view mirror, I played a lot in humid hot weather. Now that I am a "distinguished old man", I try to stay within 20-25 miles of the ocean. :laughing::whistle:

I do wonder whether you could just reverse the Super Grab and use their non tacky side as an emergency Dry Grab.
I don't think it's directly comparable. Texas and Florida are the ones that I would say are close to being similar.

Tourna might last a whole session but I've had times where I've changed it in between sets. The dry Grap has great feel and durability and I now prefer it to Tourna.

I just don't usually buy overgrips in a pack smaller than 12.
 

TW Staff

Administrator
ryushen21,

esgee48 is correct. Yonex does not make the Dry Grap in any size but the 3 pack at this time.

Thanks,
Brittany, TW
 

JOSHL

Hall of Fame
I asked this same question a while back. Such a great grip but would love the price break of buying in bulk.
 

puppybutts

Semi-Pro
I asked this same question a while back. Such a great grip but would love the price break of buying in bulk.
i wonder if brittany ever passed along the feedback or heard back. i also love yonex dry grap. it is far more comfortable than tourna's sandpaper grip, and it lasts far longer too. i just wish the odd muted neon green color wasn't the main option available in the states. i'm assuming tourna dominates the dry grip market though, so maybe based on individual pack sales, they don't see it worth it to come out with a big reel or pack :(
 

ryushen21

Legend
I did pass on the feedback to Yonex. I did not hear anything back.

Thanks,
Brittany, TW
Is the Dry Grap a relatively new product? I could understand the smaller packs if they are testing market demand but if it's an established product it seems odd that they wouldn't offer it as a 12 pack at least.
 

TW Staff

Administrator
Dry Grap is their newest grip. It launched at the end of 2019 so it is relatively new.

Thanks,
Brittany, TW
 
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