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Comments: GREAT OVERGRIP! Only complaint is that it should be tapered an the end for easier application.
From: Kevin, 3/12
Comments: This is a good overgrip for playing on clay. I usually use Yonex Grap, but on clay it doesn't last long.
The Tourna Tac could be improved if they taper cut one end for a better look at the top of the grip. It is also thicker than
From: Tracy, 1/12
Comments: This is a sweet grip because it's tacky and soft.
From: Adam. 08/11
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: This is a great grip! Except for one thing. If you have palms that produce a lot of sweat, it's going to
slip off you. I let my friend borrow it and she accidentally let go of it. Luckily it landed in the net. Overall great grip for non-sweaty
From: Kevin, Carrollton, TX, USA. 06/10
Comments: YES! Finally got it together and came out with a proper comfort grip - ordered a thirty pack of these -
very similar to Prince Microtac and Kirschbaum Touch IT, only a bit thinner - feels incredibly comfortable, not spongy like Wilson
grips and gives great, firm grip unless it gets really wet - for hot conditions Original Tourna Grip is still the way to go.
From: Anton V, Staten Island, NY, USA. 04/09
Comments: I seriously have used every grip out there; if you play somewhere that isn't too hot or you play inside or
your hands just don't sweat-then this grip will treat you right. It is soft and tacky yet it absorbs a moderate amount of sweat-not
like the regular Tourna Grip though. The white tacky Tourna is actually a little softer than the tacky O.G. color of blue-purple (like
on Sampras racket), and it lasts longer. I will continue using this grip indoors and as long as the temperature stays moderately
cool, but once the warmer weather comes around I will switch back to the O.G. Tourna Grip or the Babolat VS Grip, which are both
the most sweat absorbing grips I have tried.
From: Joplin, Longview, WA U.S.A. 2/09
Comments: Great grip...love the tacky feeling!
From: Mario, Chicago, Ilinois. 1/09