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Looking for Advice on Goggles and Grip

Published: 02 Jul 2010 - 11:30 by Mr. Glass

Updated: 05 Jul 2010 - 13:02

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Hi Everyone,


I have been really enjoying playing again! A friend has started playing with me and she picked up a pair of Head brand goggles from Walmart that were on sale for $4 USD.

Although they look almost identical (and the specs on the package are the same) as the $30 USD Head goggles that I got from Sports Authority, they distort her view and make her (and I) dizzy. It looks like you got what we paid for.

My question:

Is there a particular make/model of comfortable, clear, non-distorting squash goggles that you would recommend? (Preferrably the glasses-style as apposed to the elastic strap kind.)

Also, I have gone through two grips so far, the first one Feather brand, and the second, Harrow. I liked the Feather grip better than the Harrow, but wasn't terribly pleased with either. I think I may be looking for something with more of a tacky feel.

Any suggestions?



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From sloejp - 05 Jul 2010 - 13:02

 for goggles, why not try prince or black knight? babolat also has some nice tacky overgrips. dunlop's replacement grip is also super sticky

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