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Sweaty Hands

Discussion in 'Grip' started by aznese, Jun 11, 2013.

  1. aznese

    aznese Regular Member

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    best grip for sweaty hands, and is towel grip grippy?
     
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    craigandy Regular Member

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    Yes, Towel grip and yonex grip powder(best I have use), and sweaty hands will no longer be a problem
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    aznese Regular Member

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    does towel grip give enough grip and control?
     
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    craigandy Regular Member

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    Ha, Are you sure he ain't just a bit simple?

    Just in case, yes aznese towel grip used with grip powder will give you all the grip you could ever wish for. Player gives control not grip.
     
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    aznese Regular Member

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    now, when I use the towel grip, do I have to take off the undergrip that comes stock on the racket?
     
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    craigandy Regular Member

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    You can do whatever you like. Keep it on, take it off, build it up even bigger with layers, up to you!
     
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    what do you guys do?
     
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    craigandy Regular Member

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    I have 2 that I have over the factory grip and 2 with athletic tape on wood, then towel grip. Factory grip plus towel for doubles, athletic tape towel for singles. Don't ask me why, I just prefer it.
     
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    how sticky is the adhesive on the towel grip, wont it rip the grip underneath?
     
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    Generally really sticky and yes it will rip the grip underneath. Either let it rip the grip or cover the grip with something less sticky.
     
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    aznese Regular Member

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    like what, doesnt it rip your grip?
     
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    I thought u were a bit harsh ......then I read more of his queries.........u r right on the money......

    Good job demolidor........experience really counts.
     
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    i dont get it.
     
  15. Cheung

    Cheung Moderator

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    Naive replies that are out of place with your purported expertise.

    See below for some of your past posts

     
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    aznese Regular Member

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    oh i see, when you train in china, equipment is not very important, in fact having good equipment and having mediciocre skill is looked down upon
     
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    [​IMG] Didn't expect there would be 15 replies already! But seriously you don't have to start a new thread for everything that pops into your mind [​IMG].
    This section about grips is 30 pages long, do you really think the topic of "sweaty hands" and towel grips and all it's aspects hadn't passed the revue yet [​IMG] (and this goes for pretty much every new thread you have opened so far)

    One can be either lazy or dumb and I would rather admit to being lazy ... ;)
     
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    with most threads, it usually answers part of what I want to know, but then the ppl posting go off topic and don't answer what I want to know.
     
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    i just found out what this phrase meant.....
     
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    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    if you in fact did search for answers, it would be easier to just ask more specific questions in existing threads than starting a whole new one :)
     

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