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Comments: I have used many overgrips including all three of tourna grips. Tourna Tac was ok -- it had grip but
it was nothing special. Tourna grip is obviously in my eyes one of the gold standards of tennis overgrip. But I tried Mega
Tac and woah, it is sticky, it lives up to the slogan of being the tackiest grip ever. I love it, even when worn down it still
sticks to me. Also an added bonus that they are made in USA, so that just makes it better.
From: Ed, 10/16
Comments: I think this is the best tacky grip out there. I have used many different ones. This one stays tacky
until it starts to rip (which takes 6+ matches).
From: Preston, 7/16
Comments: I agree with the other reviewers -- these are the tackiest grips I have ever used. They are my
favorites. If you want tack, these are the best. I have also been happy with their durability, feel, etc.
From: Bryan, 5/16
Comments: Finally the overgrip I've been looking for. If you want tack -- look no further, much better for me
than any Wilson or Babolat overgip.
From: John, 2/16
Comments: These truly are the tackiest grips I have ever tried. Even after a few days they still have good tack.
I have previously used Yonex Super Grap and Wilson Pro Overgrip. This is my new favorite grip even with sweaty hands.
From: Michael, 10/15
Comments: My hands don't sweat much and I have used many different overgrips -- recently ordering samples
of several including Dunlop (Gecko), Wilson, Head, Yonex, Tourna, Gamma and Volkl. Used Wilson tacky for years. Now,
after briefly getting used to it -- this one! Best tack with especially soft feel enhances my 4.5 touch -- great for doubles or
net play. Slightly above-average overall durability. Just wish they sold a 30 pack roll.
From: Gary, 5/15
Comments: As per below, great tack but only if you do not sweat much. Once wet, it is very slippery. I would
probably use it in winter but not in summer. Also you can't use both sides like the Touna original grip.
From: Irman, 9/14
Comments: Great tack, however if you sweat, the grip is gone. I almost chucked my racquet a few times
grip. I had to change it after each game.
From: TD, 6/14
Comments: Used the original for years and just switched. If you like tac and play enough to have calloused
you have to try this. I use this with no other grip, it is soft enough to reduce vibration while allowing great feel. No slip and
mean no slip at all no matter what the conditions are. Creates confidence via a solid feel on touch shots and simply solid
big forehands. Tested to last twenty hours with good tac remaining. I am so sold on this product.
From: Steve, 6/14
Comments: This is certainly the tackiest grip I have played with and it has one more redeeming quality: the
tackiness lasts and lasts. It is like the Tourna blue grip which lasts till it wears out, except this is tacky until the grip wears
Most tacky grips get slippery after your hands sweat. This grip somehow maintains its tackiness.
From: RR, 1/14
Comments: Tacky, tacky, tacky! I love this grip. It is the tackiest grip I have ever used and it stays that way.
first put it on, it felt like it had been dipped in white glue and I expected it to leave some kind of residue on my hand. It did
From: JJ, 11/13
Comments: This grip is definitely extremely tacky but that doesn't necessarily make it good. It tends to be
sticky when dry and then, more importantly becomes incredibly slick when wetted with sweat or mist. Also, it's so sticky
grabs on to it instantly and then there's a layer of slippery dust between the handle and you. Those things aside, I just
get a good grip or play well with these grips, and noticed and immediate improvement when I switched back to my regular
Supergrap. Finally the grip is not offered in a more economical 15 or 30 pack, and it's really not worth paying $1.25 per
out is you really like tacky because it is very tacky, but if you have experienced any of the downsides of a tacky grip that I
mentioned, note that this grip takes the downsides of tack to a new level along with the upsides.
From: Brian, 11/13