Stunt Grip comes in a little black bag. You tap the bag onto your hands. You can use it dry OR you can use a spray bottle of alcohol to set the product (which is why a little sweat doesn't hurt...and maybe if you are sweaty, you don't need the alcohol, as your sweat will be enough). I find that the delivery system helps keep the clumps (which happens with chalky tacks) from falling into your hands and only allows a fine dust to cover you. Over the last week, I've asked several people to try it and give me their feedback.
For myself, I found it to work well. It is a chalky powder but it didn't get everywhere. Since you do use liquid to help set the product, sweaty hands isn't an automatic death warrant. However, for my *super* sweaty-hand friends, they did sweat through it (remember, I sweat from my head, not my hands). It might be a good product to layer over something like an anti-perspirant or Tite Grip (or Dry Hands, or whatever product you like to get your hands to stop sweating). I feel like Ginger gave a great assessment. It gave her more stick than Mighty Grip, and I would add, but less grip than iTac2. It would be a great medium grip product to add to your arsenal (you know, trying to avoid that "cooter squeak" by not over-tacking yourself).
So if you're still looking for that perfect product to stick you to the pole, give Stunt Grip a try. You can check out their website HERE. You can also find them on Facebook HERE. They have a deal on the price if you purchase before November!
Check out Steve in action below:
Have you ever tried Stunt Grip? If not, pick some up and let me know your thoughts!