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Grip color Vs durability

Discussion in 'Grip' started by Brave_Turtle, Feb 23, 2004.

  1. Brave_Turtle

    Brave_Turtle Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    I have noticed that my white grip finish way faster than my black mix red grip karakal grip. Do you know if color influence durability of grip or it's just a psychologic problem??

    I usually play more hours with my black mix red grip but it still last longer.
     
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    my white karakal ti grip just seems to get dirtier...but then again, it is white:) They are really nice and tacky for about a month, and then they go all smooth...whatever colour they are:(
     
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    No No No... I mean thats for sure its gonna get dirtier but white grip tend to lost thackiness and become rigid faster.
     
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    heh....i guess i do use the white one more....i guess the pigment may affect the durability of the grip, but can't help you, don't really use the red one
     

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