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new yonex racket w/ grip destroyed already

Discussion in 'Grip' started by vanessa, May 13, 2008.

  1. vanessa

    vanessa Regular Member

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    i recently bought a new yonex racket (original) and the plastic on the grip was so tightly wrapped to the grip.. when i tore out the plastic, some parts of the rubber peeled off also... has anyone tried this? i tore it slowly already...

    and for those who use towel grip, how often do you change? can anyone recommend a nice synthetic grip that won't slide easily even when your hands are wet?
     
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    Khawai Regular Member

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    Dont worry. the original factory grip always come off. They pretty low in quality actually. Change the towel grip when you find it really smelly. i change my tower grip every month or two.
     
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    It sometimes happends where the original grip peals off a bit becaus eof the plastic wrap or taking off an overgrip which was on top.

    It would be best if you put an overgrip on top of it.
     
  5. Dealucis

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    use karakal pu supergrips. thick and tacky!
     

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