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Comments: Not the most durable over grip. After two matches, these grips begin to frail or wear out for me. The
only good thing about them is that they have good feel at the beginning. If they only lasted longer, I would keep buying them.
From: Nate, 4/15
Comments: I think this is a great grip. To me, it is softer than the original Touna Grip and suprisingly less
absorbent. I live in a dry climate, so that works fine for me. The fact that it is made in the USA is a bonus.
From: Mike, 10/13
Comments: As much as I want to support American made products, it is difficult to choose this grip among the
competition. Tourna demonstrates what resting in the laurels means by not making the effort to taper the grips like everyone else.
It is difficult to tear the plastic to access the first grip without scratching and tearing the grip. The finishing tape is only accessible
through the very corner to peel and that can test your patience between games. I rather pay a few more bucks and use Yonex
Super Grap. Tourna Original grip shares all those flaws plus it peels from the very first few stokes. Not durable at all.
It is absorbent all right, but so is a towel.
From: Eric, 4/13
Comments: I have tried just about every grip on the market and this one is great. I have found that color matters
and that the white grips usually perform better for me than do the colors. For one thing you can see how dirty they get (a sure
sign the grip needs changing). This grip provides enough tackiness to keep my racquet from slipping in my hands, and enough
cushioning that it is really comfortable. And best of all they are made here in the United States.
From: JJ, 8/12
Comments: Pros: Soft, Absorbent, fairly tacky. Cons: Durability (not terrible but not great), not as tacky as grips
such as supergrap.
From: Joshua, 1/12
Comments: If you have sweaty palms (even at 60 F) don't buy Tac but go with Original Tourna grip. I thought this
would be even better compare to original but I have to remove it after 15-20 minutes. Back to original Tourna for me.
From: Ken, 11/11
Comments: Not TOO tacky, but tacky enough! Soft, but I don't like how it's not cut and shaped like modern grips
that are already cut. The tape is also a problem. I have to cut out the tape. All in all, fabulous grip, but could use some modern
From: Hyeoncheol. 7/11
Comments: Great tack, decent absorption. I would recommend these overgrips to anyone in any climate (despite
being marketed as only for cooler climates). Go Vika! (This conclusive comment may seem somewhat random, but Vika is on the
packaging and she uses these grips).
From: Patrick, Charlotte, NC, USA, 03/11
Comments: I've tried them all and this is simply a superior overgrip. Great plush feel and solid grip, lasts longer
then most and won't tear up your hands. I wrap two of them on bare handle and haven't had a blister in over a year now.
From: Anton, Staten Island, NY, USA, 3/11
Comments: I am a tennis pro sponsored by a big name company and I receive many overgrips from them. But I
prefer to purchase Tourna Tac to use because they are far more superior. Tourna Grip seemed great until these came on the
market, but now, you can't even compare the two. FYI- Wilson pro overgrip is second best in my opinion. I live in Florida so I know
what it is like for a grip to start slipping, and it could drive you nuts when you can't even hold onto the racquet!
From: Anon. 6/10
Comments: This is the best overgrip ever! It is much better than any other overgrip on the market - tackiness and
absorption are phenomenal. Give it a try, you will like it also. Glad its made in the USA.
From: S.T., San Diego, CA, USA. 03/10