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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Pro Wrap® Handle Grip Wrap

   

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Product Color Size Quantity Price & availability

Black

M-16"

Blue

M-16"

Red

M-16"

Black

L - 24"

Blue

L - 24"

Red

L - 24"

Black

XL - 30"

Blue

XL - 30"

Red

XL - 30"

  • Easy to apply
  • Thin and tacky
  • Provides a non-slip grip and enhanced feel

Thin, tacky, and easy to apply, the Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Pro Wrap® Handle Grip Wrap provides a non-slip grip in any weather. Just wrap over your rod handle, bow grip, or golf club for an enhanced "feel" and superior performance. 16'' size for standard spinning and casting rods; 24'' size for rods 7'' and up; 30'' size for salmon/steelhead, muskie, and saltwater rods. Imported.

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointed! I purchased this product online, even after reading the negative reviews from other readers. After reading the instructions,I attempted to apply to the wrap to my rod handle. The product doesnt stick well to the cork on my rods - ended up using super glue to adhere the wrap-it doesnt wrap evenly - the product needs revised- May 15, 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by rod wraps Have used for 3 months too flimsy,thin and the RED IS PINK. April 26, 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by XPS Rod Wrap I am 13 years old and a future bass pro. I bought this to make my Extreme's old worn out cork handle look better. Even for this petty use, I was kinda disappointed. It doesn't go on very easily and it looks nowhere near as good as in the picture. But it did help with my grip on the rod and thats all that really matters. Though I did take it off after about a week because I liked the cork grip better. Still, I would recommend it for fishing in the rain. April 16, 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disappointed I thought that the red would be red, and it appears to be closer to pink. And it does not sit anywhere close to as nice as in the picture. The idea is good, I just thought it would look better March 15, 2008
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No it won't. Get tennis or golf grip.
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Yes, but don't bother.
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It doesn't work very well on anything. Save your money. Go to your local sporting goods store and buy some tennis racket handle wrap. It's much better.
2 years, 2 months ago
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i left the plastic on the cork to save the cork and i was wondering if this will apply on the plastic.
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It should,but I don't know if the plastic will crack or create problems down the road. When I removed mine and scrubbed it, I didn't see any effects on the cork. It cleaned up very well, so I don't see a problem with just removing the plastic.
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Sure, should be fine for that.
2 years, 1 month ago
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I believe it will because it's not sticky but as you wrap it ,it grips to any surface and itself.
2 years, 3 months ago
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It will work ,if you took the plastic off the cork would still be protected and not harmed.
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I wouldn't recommend it as with time the plastic will loosen and compromise your wrapping.
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take the plastic off... it will inprove the feel of ur rod ....
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No. It will fit on the base of the rod leading from the cork. Fits a rod about the same size a your index finger.
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No, too squishy
2 years, 1 month ago
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2 years, 3 months ago
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It will work fine if you wrap it tight
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I have used these wraps on cork and foam grips with no issues.
3 years, 2 months ago
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It doesn't work well for anything. Go to your local sporting goods store and buy tennis racket wrap. Much better quality, and easier to use. Better price too
3 years, 6 months ago
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don't waste your money its basically non-stick tape......Do not buy....highly unrecommened
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Would this work on any type of rod to? such as closed face and spinning?
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3 years, 2 months ago
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they come in 3 different lengths. order the longest one you can always trim it off shorter. They only wrap the rod handle so you can use them on any kind of rod with whatever reel you want.
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These wraps are a plus on any fishing.
I've even put one on my fly rod.
3 years, 6 months ago
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the hardest part is removing the adhesive strip on the ends. The wrap itself leaves a residue that I use soap and water and a soft scrub brush to remove. Let it dry, then put on the new wrap.
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How easy to remove? Are you kidding? Just use it and it will remove itself.
2 years, 1 month ago
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Yes because it's not sticky.
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Very easily, depending on how you secure the tag end. I used electrical tape sometimes to secure the tag end. The wrap itself is not that sticky, how it stays secure, don't know, don't care, it just works. I have been using them for years.
3 years, 2 months ago
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comes right off
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Very easy, it does not stick to the cork. Yor wrap it similar to a bicycle handlebar and use the small piece of backing tape (provided) at the end of the handle. When you want to remove it you only have the backing tape that is sticky.
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Yes, and tennis grip is much better, but you have to tape the ends with electrical tape.
2 years, 2 months ago
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I'm not sure how well this product would stand up to the continuous stress and torque involved with a tennis racket but it stuck to my cork rod handles real well!
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I have used tennis grips on wood but not cork. Work well on wood overlapping the tape. Also longer than the fishing handle tape/s which makes the grip long enough for longer handles. Plan to use more tennis grips on other rods.
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