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Comments: Interesting grip. I'm not a huge fan of Wilson grips because they tend not to hold up very well
(cushion-aire), but this one seems very different. The gel seems like it has enough cushioning without being to soft like
most comfort grips. Heavy and on the slightly thicker side with almost a dry rubber like feel. I will update when I complete
a full playtest.
From: William, 4/16
Comments: I love this grip. Outstanding combination of supreme comfort, dry feel and durability.
From: Srikanth, 5/15
Comments: Nice replacement grip. Makes my racquet a little bit more head light. It is also durable. I use this
Steam 99. I am a 4.5 player who hits flat groundstrokes.
From: Mario, 7/14
Comments: I have this on one racquet and a Comfort Hybrid on the other. I noticed that one of the racquets
became more head heavy than the other. I then found out that this is about 15 grams heavier than d Comfort Hybrid. I
prefer this one over the Comfort Hybrid. I will buy this one instead. Best replacement grip I have ever used. Very
very tacky. Like! Like! Like!
From: Arvin, 7/14
Comments: Love it, recommend putting overgrip over it, but it is great! Absorbs vibration so much better while
From: Justice, 3/14
Comments: I really like this grip a lot, I've tried different brands of other so-called cushion grips like Babolat,
and Wilson's Cushion Air Sponge grip, but this grip by far beats them all in terms of squishiness, texture, and softness. It
provide a heavy damp feel to the racquet though and a muted feel, so if you don't like that, then it is just based on
Personally, I like the dampened feel on my racquets. It really does help with shock, definitely recommended it for keeping
and wrist injury free based solely on the grip.
From: GJD, 9/13