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Comments: It's called Volkl V-Tac, don't believe it! I thought these grips would be similar to a Yonex
Supergrap, Wilson Pro, or Babolat Pro Tour overgrip. They're more like Babolat's VS overgrips. They're dry and thin. By no
means am I saying they're bad grips, but I don't think it fits the description of tacky.
From: Anonymous, 4/16
Comments: To follow-up on other comments, my experience is that there seems to be a difference depending
on which color you choose. I have noticed that although the white and black overgrips are good (good balance of tackiness
and durability), the yellow over grips do not seem to have anywhere near the same level of tackiness. I do no know if this is
only a question of a bad "batch or if it is a question of the dyes that are used. Also, is this an issue only with Volkl
overgrips or other brands as well. Excluding the issue with the yellow overgrips, I can definitely recommend the V-Tac.
From: Emery, 12/15
Comments: I love Volkl V-Tac. I typically buy the white or green. I purchased yellow recently, and strangely
the yellow seem not to stay in place on my Babolat racquets. I'll stick to the white or green going forward.
From: Ross, 12/14
Comments: Don't waste your money. I always use Gamma grips and love them, but decided to try a different
My hands do not sweat and I don't grip my racquet too hard, but this grip only lasted about two hours before it started to
returning these and going back to Gamma.
From: Barbara, 4/14