5 Stars Best Leather Grip

from PA on 10/4/2015 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I've use Gamma, Babolat and other leather grips. This is the only one I've found the conforms cleanly at the transition from the butt cap to the handle. Most leather grips will bunch no matter how you stretch them, but not this one, it conforms perfectly.

5 Stars The Classic

from FL on 9/15/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is probably the surest gripping and lowest profile leather grip on the market. Adds a bit of weight to the handle (compared to say Head Hydrosorb) but can legitimately be played without an overgrip. I use this as the grip on all my racquets, with Tournagrip over, a pretty common set up. Adds about 18 grams, a small price to pay for never dropping your stick in the Florida heat.

5 Stars Head leather grip

from MN on 6/26/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I wear a leather glove, and synthetic grips last one set. The Head leather grip is much more durable, and a good length, width and thickness. Can go over original grip or as replacement, though original grip gives padding if you want that. I do like the feel and color, and the tackiness on back is very good. Well worth the money.

5 Stars Soft and Easy

from CA on 9/10/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I use leather grips for 2 reasons: to add weight to the handle (almost 15-20g) and because I sweat so much, synthetic grips are a nightmare, particularly if it touches my clothes. Leather is easier to towel off. This is a soft, easy to work with leather, not slick like some can be. Great product!