Towel grips are never cheap. They usually cost between S$2 to S$2.50 in Singapore. That's about US$1.50 each. I'm quite sure they cost even more in most countries. This is how you can make your own towel grips in 5 easy steps. The advantages? Plenty. A huge towel cost less than S$6 (~US$3.50). You'll also need about 3 rolls of double-sided tape costing S$1.50 each (~US$0.90) and a sharp cutter S$2 (~US$1.50). I use a roller cutter. Cost me a little bit more but makes the process much faster. All that should be able to make you about 30 grips. Total cost: S$13 (less than US$8) That's around S$0.40 each (around US$0.25 each). Plus you can choose whatever colours and designs that you want. Step 1: Spread the towel on a table. Make sure that you place some newspapers or cardboard below so that you don't damage the table. Step 2: Mount the double-sided tape (about 2.5 to 3 cm width) on one side of the towel as shown in the 2nd photo. Ensure that the length is at least 90 cm (for long handles). If your double-sided tape is too narrow, you may mount 2 parallel rows (as I've done in the 3rd photo). Step 3: Carefully cut out towel (4th photo) and trim the edges with a scissors. Step 4: You've got a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) towel grip! Fix the grip on your racket handle as shown in the photo. Step 5: Send money by Paypal or Wire Transfer to me if satisfied.