There's a huge difference in grips when. like myself, one doesn't wear a glove! I only use simulated leather wraps like the Excel RF.
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After recently starting my own thread on grips (and the skyrocketing cost of corded) I decided to look into the PURE grips that iacas had mentioned. I have seen Hank Haney tweet about them and had also seen them while watching the PGA Merchandise show on tv. They offer a few different styles, and being a corded guy prior I wasn't sure which one I'd like best. They emailed me back and offered to send me a sample pack.
All I can say is "WOW". Completely sold and have already ordered two full sets. If you have not heard about them or seen the website, go now. Tapeless installation (no more solvent, tape, etc) and it really is as easy as it looks in the video. Grips feel outstanding (been to the range a couple of times). Granted, I haven't had the hot and sweaty hands since it's February but I can usually tell.
And, currently they're offering a heck of a deal: since Hank Haney now the spokesman for them, if you preorder his new book ($17 on Amazon) you can get 50% off your entire order of PURE grips. Even if you don't want the book you'll save money. That's the reason I ordered two full sets. Cannot beat that deal. And as a bonus, the grips are made in the USA.
I'm pretty particular about my grips and I honestly don't remember liking a product this much, this fast.
I use the Golf Pride New Decade Multi. Corded on top, but molded rubber on bottom. They are great. About 8 bucks a piece. Wipe them off after every round with a damp towel and then spray them with a light coat of fan belt conditioner. (bought at Autozone for about 5 bucks). Keeps them soft and tacky. I've had mine on for about 10 months and they are just like new, although if you buy the white ones, they will look dirty.