PROLITE offers a variety of grips with specific comfort levels and desired levels of tackiness. From super soft to extra tacky, perforated and absorbent to vibration dampening, PROLITE has the grip that suits your needs.

No Sweat Diamond Grip

  • Designed for ultimate tackiness that channels sweat away from your grip

  • The best grip for the most sweaty and hot conditions

  • Aggressive, diamond shaped traction designed for maximum control and less torque in hand at ball impact

  • Cushioned surface offers comfort and a firmer feel

  • Rubberized texture increasing your firm hold of the paddle

  • No grip on the market comes close to the comfort, strength, and durability of the No Sweat Diamond Grip


SofTac 32 Grip

The PROLITE SofTac 32 Cushion Grip is designed to prevent overgripping and decrease the possibility of tennis elbow with its soft texture and comfortable cushioned feel. It’s composed of an exclusive tackified material allowing a firm hold without any slippage. The 3 to 2 dimple ratio on the grip adds extra texture and comfort for various grip pressures. Lightweight and highly absorbent, the SofTac 32 Cushion Grip will stay dry and tacky for a longer period of time than many grips on the market.

  • Soft, cushioned feel decreasing overgripping and possibility of tennis elbow

  • Comfortable padded feel

  • 3 to 2 ratio of dimples

  • Tackified surface allows a firm grip without any slippage

  • Lightweight and easy to put on any paddle type
    Highly absorbent staying dry for longer periods of time


Contour Comfort Grip

PROLITE’s Comfort Contour is a popular grip among the tennis to pickleball converts who find themselves looking for a more secure grip. It’s raised, cushioned ribs are set deeper allowing your fingers to settle in nicely. If you change positions between your backhand and forehand, you can return to neutral quickly. A great all around grip for any player looking for a little more security and less slippage.

  • Raised, cushioned ribs follow a spiral contour around your pickleball handle while your fingers settle in

  • Quick maneuverability if you change positions between your backhand and forehand

  • Great all around grip for any player who likes a little more security and less slippage


No Slip Thin Grip

PROLITE’s No Slip Thin Grip is highly tacky and wicks away extra, unnecessary moisture. It can be used to build up your pickleball paddle handle adding extra cushion and thickness. No Slip Thin Grips are highly comfortable and durable and come in a variety of vibrant colors.


Grip Bands

Hold your grip down with the PROLITE Silicone Grip Band. Loose tape will never be a problem again!

  • Hold overgrips or replacement grips in place

  • Silicone material that is both flexible and durable.

  • Made to fit over almost any size grip


Grip Sizes

There are two general ways to determine your proper grip size.

Physical Fit: Hold the paddle by the handle as you would while playing. Insert your non-dominant index finger in the space between your palm and the tip of your ring finger. If your index finger is snug, then the grip is sized correctly. If you need to move the tip of your ring finger to accommodate the inserted finger, then you need a larger grip. If it is not snug, or there is space, then you need a smaller grip.

Ring Finger Measurement: A player can measure his or her grip size with a ruler. Your palm has three creases. Measure the distance from the tip of your ring finger, down to the middle crease in your palm as shown in the photo.

Between Sizes: If you are between grip sizes, then go with a smaller grip. Reducing the size of a handle is not an option. However, you can always increase the size of a handle by using a different grip, or an overgrip. An overgrip is approximately .023" thick (about .6 mm). An inexpensive overgrip is used to preserve your original grip, keep your paddle from slipping in your hand, and/or thicken a handle that is a little too small.

  • Small 4 1/8"

  • Medium 4 1/4"

  • Large 4 1/2"

Grip Performance

Re-gripping: How often should a paddle grip be replaced? A grip needs to be replaced anytime it shows wear or loses tackiness. Remove the old grip and inspect the handle for any damage. If no damage is present, place the new grip on the paddle starting at the end cap. Keep the grip taut while overlapping the revolutions and working towards the head of the paddle. Trim the grip if it is too long, and apply the finishing tape.