Hesacore Pickleball Grips

Hesacore Pickleball Grips easily adapts to any paddle's brand.

Upgrade your paddle with Hesacore

  • Gel - The softest version

    Made from a gelatinous material, it instantly adapts to any hand and acts as a pad on every shot. Ideal for players who want absorb more vibrations and prevent injuries.

  • Tour Grip - Medium softness

    The perfect balance between comfort and efficiency for club players. It is designed to absorb sweat, vibrations and to offer a greater friction surface on the grip.

  • Carbon - The stiffest version

    If you love to play with a stiffer handle and a feeling of full control, this is the right grip for you. The exclusive blend of carbon filaments strengthens hold and is suitable for experts and professional players.

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  • Thomas Wilson

    Top 10 PPA Pro Player. Renowned for his power and remarkable athleticism he captivates audiences as one of the most entertaining players to watch on the court.

  • Hayden Patriquin

    Top-ranked PPA Pickeball Pro Player, currently playing for the Brooklyn Aces MLP team.

  • Jaume Martinez Vich

    Top 10 Pro Player, Silver Medal at the 2023 Pickleball Nationals Championships and player of the MLP New York Hustlers.

  • Jill Braverman

    Top 20 Pro Player and currently playing in MLP with New York Hustlers.

FAQ; find the answers to all your questions.

Questions?

What are the advantages of using Hesacore Grip?

Hesacore Grip reduces vibrations giving greater comfort, offers more support to the fingers by increasing control, and provides more friction by increasing power and spin.

Can I use Hesacore Grip with any Padel racket?

Hesacore Tour Grip is compatible with all rackets on the market, relative to the sport in which each specific Grip was designed.

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.

What's the difference between the Gel, Carbon and the traditional Tour Grip?

The Gel is the softest version of Hesacore grips and it is ideal for players who look for the highest comfort and want to prevent injuries. The Carbon grip is made with harder materials. If you love to play with a stiffer handle and a feeling of full control, the Carbon might be the right grip for you. Meanwhile, the Tour Grip offers the perfect balance between comfort and efficiency for club players.

What are the sizes related about?

The sizes are related to the final thickness of the installed grip. Some players prefer to play with thinner grips while others look for thicker ones.

What length should I choose?

We offer 2 different lengths. The regular one is 5.25 inches and the Elongated is 6 inches long.

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.

How to Install Hesacore Grip

Better Grip.
More Finger Support.
Less Vibrations

The multifaceted design of Hesacore expands the contact surface between the hand and the handle. As a result, Hesacore generates between 8% and 14% more grip, depending on the overgrip used by the player. This means that the player can hold the handle with less effort and finger contraction, while the handle does not slip from the hand.

The 8 edges of the traditional handles do not allow a functional alignment with the hand, because they are not developed in harmony with the finger joints, nor do they give any lateral support to the fingers. With Hesacore, each of its hexagons has two edges parallel to each other, which coincide with the interphalangeal joints of the finger. Two of the other edges of the same hexagon lie parallel to the finger, supporting it laterally.

The hexagonal concave surfaces were intentionally designed to accommodate the bones of the hand. The metacarpal and interphalangeal bones of the thumb and index finger rest in the depressions of the handle,which drastically reduces the transmission of vibrations through the bony parts of the hand before they spread to the rest of the body.