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Dry Hands

Discussion in 'Grip' started by quangster, Mar 15, 2014.

  1. quangster

    quangster Regular Member

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    When I play, I rarely sweat on the palms of my hands. Can anyone suggest me a grip that might complement this? I cannot ask anyone I know to recommend me a grip because they all sweat on their hands.
     
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    RKEP G10 from squash mart on eBay
     
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    I have the same type of hands. My hands are super dry and after trying many different grips I've found the best grip is the Artengo tacky ones from Decathlon. It out performs the RKEP grips I've tried although RKEP G09 is not bad too. I don't know if there is a Decathlon in your country though...

    http://www.decathlon.co.uk/artengo-sup-overgrip-white-x-3-id_8110204.html
     
  4. Fidget

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    Personally I like RKEP G08.
    The G09 was too tacky for my hands -- which are dry genetically (I am genetically too lazy to work up a sweat ;))
     
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    Babolat Pro Team Tacky or RKEP G10.
     
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    kimony and kimoni are good.
     
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    RKEP grips are long lasting with dry hands like mine. they literally last months at a time and they don't even get dirty (if i don't lend my racket out to anyone). the good thing about dry hands is that it requires very little grip so pretty much any grip will do. on the other hand, because your hands are dry, you will not get any decent grip on your towel grip unless you wet your hand and then wet the towel grip.
     
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    yes,you will not get any decent grip on your towel grip unless you wet your hand and then wet the towel grip.thank you [​IMG]
     
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    RKEP g10 for my moderately dry hands.
     
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