Services & Pricing
|Overgrip and Installation|
|Grip Resizing Increase||$9.90|
|Racquet Stringing Lessons||$50.00 per hour|
Then, what is the difference between replacement grip and overgrip?
A replacement grip can be applied directly onto the handle of a racquet, they have a sticky backing and offer a reasonable amount of cushioning. An overgrip, on the otherhand, does not have a sticky backing and is typically much thinner.
Considering this, can you use an overgrip as a replacement grip?
Many players are curious whether or not they can use an overgrip without a replacement grip. The short answer is yes. … If you remove your thicker base grip and only use an overgrip, your racquet handle is going to be smaller, which can make it difficult for you to maintain control of your racquet.
Is it worth restringing a tennis racquet?
To this player, we’d recommend re-stringing every three months. While you won’t break your strings, the tension of your strings (how tight or loose they are) will change dramatically in that time. Your strings begin losing tension the moment your racket is taken off the stringing machine.
There’s no rule of thumb, players can usually tell when their overgrip needs to be changed by the look and feel of it. Still, it’s probably a good rule to change your overgrip as many times a month as you play in a week. So, if you play twice a week, you’ll want to change your overgrip at least twice a month.
Using an overgrip preserves the original grip and is much more cost effective than having to replace it altogether. … Overgrip is generally very affordable, so budget shouldn’t be much of an issue for most people. At an average price of just $1-3 per grip, it is well worth it to keep the original grip underneath intact.
Notice that all pros use overgrips. This is because overgrips are essential part of their tennis gear and they always have a bunch of spare overgrips in their tennis bag. New overgrip provides you with an amazing feeling, like you just bought a new racquet.