Description

GET A NO-SLIP GRIP WIH THE WORLD’S #1 TACKIFYING TOWEL. 

Improves grip even in the rain.
Eliminates slipping and over gripping.
No smell, mess, or build up on hands, grips, gloves or balls.
Gorilla Grip is safe for your hands, gloves, and grips.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
1. Press cloth onto hand, glove or grip. Lightly for slight tackiness; harder for more.
2. For best results, apply to a dry surface.
3. To keep fresher longer, store in a resealable bag.

Ideal for:
Baseball
Softball
Golf
Tennis
Football
Basketball
Handball
Track & Field
Lacrosse
Disc Golf
Hockey
Pole Dancing

Each pack contains one cloth.

Please check your local rules for approved use.

Made in the USA.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is Gorilla Gold?
It’s a towel that’s impregnated with a solution that allows you to “tack up” your grip to meet the conditions of the day you play.

Why use Gorilla Gold on my bat?
Gorilla Gold is the clean alternative to pine tar. It doesn’t mess up your bat, dissipates from your hands within minutes, and it won’t stain your uniform. It also allows you to better control the amount of tackiness by how hard or how light you squeeze the towel in your hands, on your gloves, or on your bat.

Is Gorilla Gold approved for pitchers?
Gorilla Gold is approved by several softball organizations for pitchers to use on the mound. These include the NCAA, ASA, NFHS, ISF, and the ISC*. It is also approved for baseball pitchers by the NFHS. (Gorilla Gold is gaining wider acceptance, so check back for more additions to softball and baseball.)

*National Collegiate Athletic Association, Amateur Softball Association, National Federation of High Schools, International Softball Federation, International Softball Congress.

How can pitchers use Gorilla Gold?
Gorilla Gold may be kept in a pocket or wrapped on the wrist. The pitcher’s hand must be wiped off before taking the ball from the glove.

How much Gorilla Gold should be applied?
Although personal preference may differ, most pitchers relate that just lightly touching fingers to Gorilla Gold is sufficient.

Can Gorilla Gold be applied directly to the ball?
No.

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