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      Wilson Premium Leather Replacement Grip

      Preferred by touring pros for an enhanced, natural firm feel.
      average rating 4.7 out of 5
      Based on 3 reviews
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      3 Reviews
      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted


      Replacing leather grip on my Jack Kramer Autograph wood racquet. Ready to play old school tennis with buddies.

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      Rated 4 out of 5
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      Great... Once it's on.

      A real pain to apply, but great once it's on. Please note that it is quite thick and will increase the overall size of your grip. Deadens vibration for a soft feel with enhanced touch. Leather is heavy and will alter the balance and weight of your racquet.

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      Rated 5 out of 5
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      Quality Grip

      I enjoy this grip. I put it on my Wilson Blade. As the new blade has the Amplifeel technology with the synthetic grip, it felt very mushy. With a leather grip, it is just what i personally like. it has enough feel without deadening it too much. of course, when you add on a leather grip, it changes the balance of your racquet. i enjoy a more head light racquet and this helps augment the specs just enough. perhaps the one downside of this grip or any leather grip is that the color comes off. I use the Pro Overgrip and the backside is always orange. no biggie since at least it's not on my hands. in comparison to other leather grips, i prefer this one to the Head and Tennis Warehouse branded ones because it is slightly thicker than those other ones.

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