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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.
Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Pro Wrap® for Fishing Rod Handles
I have used these for several years. They wear and fade over time, but are a good way to protect my cork handles. They are fairly easy to apply once you get the hang of it. I do believe that they are overpriced.
April 27, 2011
This stuff is useless..it unraffles quick after a few uses....I will never buy it again.
March 30, 2011
I would recomend this product to everyone who owns a rod with a cork handle. This product provides great comfort and feel when casting for those big lunkers. I have played sports all my life and like the grip it provides when put on a rod handle. Only down fall is that there is not enough tape to secure the wrap to the rod in the pre-packaged wrap.
March 8, 2011
rod handle wrap
i love these things. I have a lot of rods with the cork handles worn or tore up and thes wraps cover the handle and make the rod look good adgain. Also they are soft and make the rod easer on the hand after using it for hours in a turnment.
February 21, 2011
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.
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.
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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