The Mighty Grip Powder ensures you don't slip as you grip the dance pole.
With this new Special Formula, you will maintain a good grip even
Follow up the warm-up process with a clean, dry application. As a result of your body and hands heating up, Mighty Grip becomes active.
Use on hands and body with no risk of infection. The pill or transfer will not take place.
It is a useful tool for any type of ball or racquet sport. After washing with soap and water, blot dry.
Selected User Reviews For Mighty Grip Special Formula for Pole Dancing in Cold Climates
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The gel grips and wax grips just don't withstand my sweaty hands as well and they leave horrible residue on the pole. I have been using this grip for the last 6 years and I highly recommend it! It doesn't tack up at all, so I can't use it. I have sweaty hands, and I tried Dry Hands, but it has no tackiness. Using Mighty Grip, I am able to absorb sweat from my hands and it is easy to activate by tapping The reason I like this is that I may have it on my hands for a couple hours and I don't want it to be sticky if I'm not using the pole at that point. Pole grips do not get better than this! There is a tendency for my hands to get exceptionally sweaty on days when I need to use more. The best way to do this is to do a light layer and then let it activate before adding a second! If you have sweaty hands, get it between your fingers because it helps a lot. found it a bit inconvenient that it was only $7 when I first purchased it. You have £100! There is still a small amount left for you after it doubled in price Is it because a tennis player would pay $7 for the same exact product we use, but a sticker targeting dancers would cost twice as much? One of the biggest problems I have with this company is that. in general, I love this product and it is the only thing I can use to clean the pole without leaving all the mess behind.
| Nov 27, 2020
I don't use any other grip! Only a slight amount of sweat escapes from my body due to my dry skin
As a new pole dancer, I tried dry hands at first. People use it all the time. The problem actually got worse for me as a result. My first experience with this stuff came after trying many different kinds. What an amazing piece of work! Using this tip even when the pole isn't quite warmed up is effective. The type of grip works best for the skin type This should help you if you have dry skin! There is a limitation to it, as it does seem to help only with hands, at least for me. If you want to make sure your body is properly hydrated, use Dew Point or something similar. you can do it yourself There are a lot of easy, DIY recipes online that are far cheaper than buying them).
| Oct 22, 2020
You should be careful if you decide to buy
An extremely small bottle that wasn't even filled all the way to the top. They get 1 star for taking advantage of people.
| Jun 08, 2021
My favorite grip is this one
Definitely the best grip I've ever used! This is a powder that you rub on your hands and you can feel how tacky it is. On super sweaty hands, it doesn't work too well but for my hands that sweat a little, it works well, especially for using a Especially on sweaty days, I will layer this over dry hands in order to get the tackiness I need to do.
| Oct 30, 2020
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When I was a kid, I used to pole, and have recently come back to it, but my grip isn't what it was. When I got a sample of this at pole expo, I was blown away by it. This product is expensive, but well worth the cost. You can get a lot of mileage out of a little! Those are the only grips I will ever.
| Oct 30, 2020
I did not find this useful
Because my pole was in the garage this winter and I have been having a lot of trouble with grips, I decided to get this one. This product is a powder, which I thought was odd. It is hard to work it into the sticky consistency that I want, and it probably requires more energy than it is worth (you must rub your hands together a lot to get it this way). You can feel it pilling up a little bit on your hands, and after a few months it gets cakey and hard in the tube and isn't even usable anymore.
| May 26, 2021
For a short period of time, it helps with grip
There is no warmth provided by this. It lasts only a few seconds for the grip to become sticky. The information provided is of absolutely no help.
| Apr 23, 2021
The temperatures are not warm
I love this powder to give me a little extra support, but I always read the directions and make sure to keep my pole clean. Also, always keep in mind that your hands have to get used I never realized it was supposed to warm my hands, but I didn't feel any warmth at all.
| Jul 22, 2020