What is the 'anti-slip palm pattern' and the 'lifeline ridge'

The anti-slip palm pattern

For additional traction on your grip, you can add a pyramidal, hexagonal or rubber texture on your grip. 

A texture can be added on all plastic, glass or wooden grips. The available combinations are: 

  • Plastic grip: Pyramidal pattern.
  • Glass grip: Pyramidal or Hexagonal pattern.
  • Wooden grip: Hexagonal pattern or Rubber patch.

Note on glass grips, if your hand is not very sweaty or greasy, it is preferable to leave it smooth as it sticks very well. To get an idea of how sticky the glass grip is, you can try sliding your palm on a window glass.  

Plastic grip with pyramidal pattern

Glass grip with pyramidal pattern

Glass grip with hexagonal pattern

Wooden grip with hexagonal pattern

Wooden grip with rubber patch

The lifeline ridge

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A life-line ridge is a bump on the left side of the palm area of the grip. This helps with precise placement of the hand as it “pops” into place. 

The main idea is that the ridge is high enough to make its presence noticeable when placing your palm. With only 0.7mm height, you will feel it when it “snaps” in your palm’s lifeline. When on full draw, the lifeline disappears, as it is much thinner than your skin tissue thickness. 

The life-line ridge is available for all plastic, glass and wooden grips.

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