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Understanding Different Types of Pickleball Grips

A Comprehensive Guide to Selkirk Pickleball Grips

Pickleball is a sport that requires precision, control, and comfort. One of the key factors in achieving these elements is choosing the right grip for your pickleball paddle. Selkirk offers a variety of grip options to suit every player's needs. In this article, we will explore the different types of grips available from Selkirk and their unique features, helping you make an informed decision for your pickleball paddle.

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Five Types of Grips

1. Comfort Grip

The Comfort Grip is a standard grip preferred by most people, featuring a 4.25" circumference. This grip is the default option for Selkirk's Amped Series paddles. It provides a good balance of cushioning and control, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of players.

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2. Double Grip

The Double Grip is designed for players with larger hands, boasting a 4.5" circumference. Essentially, it is a Comfort Grip wrapped over another Comfort Grip, increasing the paddle's average weight range by 0.4 oz. This grip offers extra cushioning and support for those who need it.

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3. Thin Grip

Ideal for players with smaller hands, the Thin Grip has a 4" circumference. It provides slightly less cushion than the Comfort Grip and reduces the paddle's average weight range by 0.2 oz. This grip allows for better control and maneuverability for those who prefer a slimmer grip.

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4. Contour Grip

The Contour Grip, with its 4.25" circumference, features ridges that help players feel the paddle's position in their hand. This grip is especially recommended for beginners, as it aids in developing proper paddle positioning and control.

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5. Geo Grip

Exclusive to Selkirk's premium Vanguard Series, the Geo Grip offers supreme comfort, enhanced wicking capability, and improved traction. With a 4.25" circumference, this grip provides a stylish and high-performance option for those seeking the best in pickleball paddle grips.

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Grip Size and Performance

The grip size of a pickleball paddle greatly impacts both comfort and performance. A grip that is too small can lead to hand cramps, while a grip that is too large can hinder quick, precise movements. Selkirk's range of grip options ensures that players can find the perfect fit for their playing style and hand size.

Closing Thoughts

Selecting the right grip for your pickleball paddle is crucial for optimal comfort, performance, and equipment longevity. With Selkirk's variety of grip options, you can find the perfect match for your needs and play at your best. Take the time to explore these options and elevate your pickleball experience with a grip tailored to you.

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