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Anyone have any better suggestions than using a sharpie to blackout the white Wilson writing on the mask pads? Maybe a fabric pen?  Thanks. 

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A Sharpie - and a sun visor - always worked for me.

If no visor, then I used a Sharpie and kept writing over it, letting it dry, then going over it again.

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I used black tape over the W on the front of my Wilson memory foam pads. It was hardly noticeable, or at least a lot less noticeable than the ugly gold W. It might look alright on your top pad.

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1 minute ago, Young_Ump said:

I used black tape over the W on the front of my Wilson memory foam pads. It was hardly noticeable, or at least a lot less noticeable than the ugly gold W.

A seam-ripper and about 2 minutes will remove the "patch" with the Gold W completely.  It is neat and clean and can be done quickly.

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1 hour ago, NicNag said:

Anyone have any better suggestions than using a sharpie to blackout the white Wilson writing on the mask pads? Maybe a fabric pen?  Thanks.

Yes.  Leave it.

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16 minutes ago, noumpere said:

Yes.  Leave it.

I don't understand the reasoning behind  removing manufacturers from gear.

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1 hour ago, umpstu said:

I don't understand the reasoning behind  removing manufacturers from gear.

A clean, logo free look...

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2 hours ago, wolfe_man said:

A seam-ripper and about 2 minutes will remove the "patch" with the Gold W completely.  It is neat and clean and can be done quickly.

Okay, I'll try that on my leather pads (I replaced the memory foams with those, I found them to be too soft.)

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