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Does your grip move up your bat handle?Do you find yourself trying to adjust a grip during an innings?Do you get fed up with needing to sort out your grip before you bat?Would you like to have a grip that is secure on the bat handle, allows no movement, no twisting during a shot, and is totally reliable and secure?
GripGrip tape is simple and easy to apply, in just a couple of minutes and at minimal cost, GripGrip stops the grip moving whilst improving the feel of the bat handle. Supplied in a 1.5m roll.The benefits are:
What is GripGrip?GripGrip is a highly flexible and stretchy rubber tape that when applied properly to a bat handle, will stop the grip moving. GripGrip has no adhesive, it simply binds to itself, making it easy to remove leaving no sticky residue.GripGrip is not however a cure all, in some circumstances it might fail to hold the grip. Perhaps your binding is unstable or dirty or the grip might be old.
* In some playing conditions such as extreme heat or players fitting multiple grips, apply another band of GripGrip further up the handle. Some batsmen prefer GripGrip applied to the top and bottom of the handle, this provides an extra secure grip.
|John C. on 08/02/2017||Grip Grip is awesome - my grips now dont move a millimetre, let alone the 2 inches every time I used to bat!|
|Grippy grip grip|
|Stuart P. on 16/02/2017||A bit tricky to get right first go but once got the knack it's straight forward. Grip hasn't budged in course of 4+ net sessions so I am well pleased.|
|Warburton - Sussex|
|Clive W. on 03/03/2017||Wow this really works!|
|Ian M. on 09/06/2017||Excellent product. Grip doesn't move at all, would highly recommend for people with problems with moving grips|
|Really good product|
|Joanna E. on 12/06/2017||My daughter's used her bat a few times since putting this on. The grip has probably moved about 1cm in three matches and 2 training sessions. A massive improvement on using tape, but I don't yet know how many times you'd be able to reposition the grip over the GripGrip before it has to be replaced.|