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My wrist band and constant towelings just aren't enough to keep my " moisture absorbent " grip dry enough for me. Has anyone tried a glove or perhaps another method that they would like to share?

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Try over grips. I'm a fan of Yonex Supergrap. I've heard good things about Tourna Grip too.

But, I would try a rosin bag before a glove... you'll look cooler this way... unless you were going for the Michael Jackson look. ;o)

Thanks for the rosin bag idea. I already use durazorb over grip by Prince. I am hoping to hear from people who use a glove for the purpose of staying dry. I'm willing to put up with the jokes if they work well!
Hi Justin, have you tried the TournaGrip by Unique Sports? It works well for me.
I own a Prince O3 Speedport Red Tennis Racquet and the original grip on this racket has lasted longer than any after market grip I have ever tried. I sweat like a pig when I play so I am not easily impressed. I only towel off my soaking hands on change overs. The grip has stayed in my hands for about 6 months before I had to replace it with the factory grip again. I'm a big fan of Prince factory grips.

My partner uses the Tourna Grip by Unique Sports like Mark de Mayor suggests but he still changes the grip out after every 3 matches with him (about 6 hours of 4.5 NTRP playing).

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