Power Pads for Tennis – Part II

In a follow-up video to one I posted last week (How to Make and Use Power Pads for Tennis), I show some other options for power pads – plastic power pads and show a comparison between leather power pads and plastic power pads. Please check out the following video.

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  2. Tuan says:

    Hi David
    Thx for the vid. Could I get some of those leather pads pls, let me know how much, thx!
    Would like to try them for the feel, not really for the cool factor. Great vid.

  3. David Henry says:

    Hey Tuan – thanks for the message. Just give me your address, and I’ll get a small amount shipped out to you. Let me know how you like using them.


  4. MikeC says:

    Great information David. I had never seen anything other than the leather ones. I do like using the leather ones with my gut strings. Thanks for the great info.

  5. Prasad Mane says:

    Hi David,

    Thanks for all the great videos you post about stringing! I recently started stringing myself and wanted to try on the power pads. Do you still have some of these? It would be great if I can get some from you.


  6. David Henry says:

    Do you live in the U.S.? If so, I’ll be happy to ship you some power pads. I’ll invoice you for $4.00 through PayPal – to cover material and shipping. Once I receive your payment, I’ll get them shipped. Take care. DH

  7. Matiss Libietis says:

    Hi David,

    Where could I order those leather strips online?
    I live in Hong Kong at the moment and looking to try out and see how it feels.

    Thanks in advance,

  8. David Henry says:

    Hey Matiss – I used to buy these leather strips from Grand Slam Stringers. Unfortunately, I don’t think they sell them any longer. Your best bet might be to go to a leather supply store and see if they can sell you some thin strips that you can then cut into power pads. Thanks. DH

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