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Wilson Shock Shield Hybrid Tennis Racquet Grip - Dick's Sporting Goods

Wilson Shock Shield Hybrid Tennis Racquet Grip

Item Number: 13185568
Price: $8.99
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Don't let arm discomfort keep you out of the game- the Wilson® Shock Shield Hybrid Tennis Racquet Grip helps to ease your pain on ball impact. The IsoZorb Gel layer lessens shock and vibrations caused by ball impact and the tacky PU layer makes it easier to grip your racquet. Includes one grip.

FEATURES:

  • Perfect grip for athletes with arm discomfort
  • Gel layer of the grip reduces shock and vibrations on impact
  • Hybrid material comprised of IsoZorb Gel and a tacky PU
  • Length: 1100 mm
  • Width: 27 mm
  • Thickness: 2.0 mm
  • Material: IsoZorb Gel and Polyurethane
  • Includes one grip
  • Model: WRZ481300
  • Wilson


Country Of Origin: Taiwan

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great tape Wonderful product. The tape sticks well and the gel padded tape is very comfortable. I would definitely recommend this product. January 22, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Needs to be longer - lefties need grips I haven't used it yet, but on installing I found it to be a little on the short side for a normal wrap. also, I would have appreciated a few inches extra length so that I could have wrapped it for left-hand use (it does make a difference) Which I would need to re-cut the tapered start, that I could not do due to the length. July 16, 2012
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