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The non-adhesive tape sits underneath your bat grip and ensures that the grip does not rid up the handle. This new tape removes the need for sticky electrical tape at the bottom of your handle. 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.
Made for optimal comfort, the specially designed grip allows you to have better control and more power when making your shots. Durably constructed using thick rubber to provide long-term strength and use, this grip allows you to strongly grasp and comfortably hold your cricket bat for lengthy periods of time.
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Our bat grips are manufactured by world-class English cricket brands such as Kookaburra, Gray Nicolls, and Gunn and Moore among others. We offer cricket bat grips in a variety of styles and colors. Please choose the one you like most. Our cricket grips are designed for maximum comfort and make it easier to hold the bat for long practice sessions.
Grip Grip Pro is a highly flexible and stretchy rubber tape, that when applied correctly to a cricket bat handle will stop the grip moving. Free shipping within Australia for online orders over $75 & under 10kg (cubic weights apply). CLICK HERE for details.
To secure the grip at the top of the Bat Handle, you need to follow a similar process. Simply roll down the grip from the top about 2 to 3 inches. Then, apply the tape on the thread. About 2 to 3 wraps of the tape around the bat handle should be good enough. Next, roll up the grip back in to the original position.
One why that I use to make sure that my grip doesn't slip up while I'm batting without using Grip Grip. Using cricket bat tape I rap it around the binding wi...
Step 1, Remove the old grip. This will require strength, as it can be secured quite tightly. If you don't want to keep the old grip, then tear it. Start tearing from lower end. When torn in half, remove the other part of grip by pulling it.  X Research sourceStep 2, Secure the new grip onto the bat cone. Hold the bat cone firmly with one hand. Pass the new grip onto the thin end of the bat cone while pulling it to full extension. Hold the bottom edge of the grip between the thumb and ...
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