The Hesacore FAQ: find the answers to all your questions
What are the advantages of using Hesacore Grip?
In which sports can I use Hesacore Grip?
At the moment Hesacore is available for Tennis, Beach Tennis, Padel, Badminton, Pickleball and in general for all racket sports. However, versions of grip for all sports are being studied where it is necessary to increase the hold between the hand and the tool. If you want to keep up to date with Hesacore news, sign up for our newsletter.
Depending on the sport, are there different Hesacore Grips or are they all the same and I can use them indifferently in Tennis as in Padel, in Beach Tennis as in Pickleball?
Can I use Hesacore Grip with any Padel racket or do I need to have a racket with specific characteristics?
What Hesacore models exist (or how do I choose the model)?
How do you put Hesacore Tour Grip and Hesacore Pro Grip on?
How is Hesacore Grip held?
It is always important to grip the tool correctly, both to obtain maximum control and the best performance during competitive activity, and to avoid / minimize injuries to the limb. Watch the video to understand how.
Where can I buy Hesacore Grip?
From dealers in our international distribution network or in online shops. Look at the map here and find your nearest dealer. If there is no dealer in your area or you cannot find Hesacore online, contact our customer support and we will help you.
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I have seen other similar products, does Hesacore Grip get inspiration from an existing product? What makes it different from others?
Hesacore is the first and only patented grip, designed to give more hold to the fingers of the hand. Its design is the result of years of research and experimentation in sport, moreover it is 100% made in Italy manufactured with the highest quality materials. Its design is protected by an international patent. Any other grip on sale that replicates its qualities is an imitation and as such violates the patent.