An accented ridge for your palm’s life line, which makes sure that your hand sits correctly and the applied force goes straight into the center of the bow and does not create any torsional forces.
Remotely based on the KSL grips, the KTEENOS (Greek for beast) provides you with a thumb positioner on the top of the grip, so you never forget the 45° knuckles placement.
The palm rest is wider than the “Standard’s” and as usual comes in Low/Mid/High.
A standard no-torque grip, with a slightly pronounced life-line ridge to place your palm correctly each time.
Based on the great grips that Spigarelli BB and Zen come with but with the addition of the above features.
Great palm placement, due to the life-line ridge. But enough area to rest the base of the thumb.
Best for archers with not-so-skinny hands.
Designed for olympic recurve shooters, the Caerus borrows elements from Hoyt’s great grip designs and adds details that make the hand sit comfortably on one position only.
The throat of the grip is reinforced on the thumb side and skinny on the index finger side, to “fill” the webbing properly and give you a hint on the correct angle, while the palm pressure area is flat at the bottom, curving towards the top.
The YEO grip represents the culmination of years of grip design by Olympian Patrick Huston and his Coaches in Great Britain.
It comes in two versions: Ye0-Lo and Ye0-Go and the combination of those two versions (available as a bundle and as separate grips) facilitates the technical progression of the archer and assists him in developing optimum recurve technique.
The Bumblebee is a slim grip that you can apply force in different ways and still get a good, solid result.
The lifeline is rounded, non-intrusive, with soft curves and relies more to pressure to set the correct position.
Due to its shape ,it also fit smaller hands.
It’s developed by Maria Olesen, winner of Kings of Archery 2019.
Make your own, totally customized grip easily and safely.
Re-mold it to your liking even after shooting with it. Make your ideal grip shape after as many iterations you may need.