Leather Tennis Grip Adhesive Replacement Grip Made in Germany. OEHMS makes it possible: Classic tennis leather grip of highest grade. In this quality, not produced for the common market, reserved for professionals and contract players. Made in Germany, not in China. Size
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Super tacky, soft, rubbery, strong self-adhesive, durable and sweat absorbent. Exclusive high-stretch rubbery elastomer felt. Easy to Apply and Organize: Each grip has a tapered end with adhesive for easy and secure wrapping as well as a finishing tape included. Each 3 grips come in a blister for safe storage.
Tourna Gauze Grip Tape is a thin, sticky adhesive so you can grab your tennis, racquetball, or squash racquet with confidence. The tacky gauze makeup allows the tape to stick to itself and deliver a secure grip every time. This product is available in multiple colors (each sold separately). Colors: Green | Blue | Black
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Most overgrips now come with an adhesive strip at the tip. Remove the backing of the adhesive on the tapered side. You will not find this tapered end or adhesive on a Tourna Grip. You will want to start the grip at the bottom of the handle and place it on a short bevel, angled upward.
Note that a lot of these replacement grips will come with adhesive backing, but if for some reason they don’t, then you will need double-sided tape to hold the grip to the handle of the racket. First, you will need to take the original replacement grip off the racket by removing the tape at the top holding it in place.
Whether you are wrapping a replacement grip or an overgrip, the procedure is the same for both grips. The only difference with the replacement grip is the adhesive backing. This is present so that the grip adheres optimally to the pallet of the tennis racket. Overgrips are generally wrapped over the replacement grip.