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Lamkin Grips News, Advice and Buyers Guide
The Chicago-based Lamkin Company is a pioneer in the manufacture of golf club grips, starting out with the use of leather in their grips and since using a variety of advanced technologies to create superior grips, including the use of injection molding techniques to create a rubber and leather compound for increased accuracy and the introduction of synthetic compounds to enhance their durability while giving them a more comfortable feel. Its flagship Crossline grips were first produced in the 1995 and have since become the company’s best-selling product.
Here are some of their latest releases that can be found on the Golf Shop Online:
- The N Dur grip uses Lamkin Company’s new 3GEN material technology to reduce impact on the hands by minimizing the vibration of the club, which helps to cut down on player fatigue during a game. In addition, the 3GEN also has anti-slip properties to help the golfer maintain a tighter grip on the club while still being comfortable to hold. In addition, the grip’s tapered shape helps you set your hands in the proper position for the optimum swing. Available in three color styles: White-Red, White-Blue and White-Black.
- The Lamkin Pistol Putter has a thinner profile than other Lamkin putters to provide users with a better feel and improve their performance. In addition, the 3GEN synthetic rubber material helps reduce vibration of the club to make them gentler on the hands and cut down on fatigue, and has an attractive, stylish look. The Pistol Putter is available in Grey-Black.
- The Crossline grip is one of Lamkin’s earlier releases but still remains popular with pro golfers due to its classic design. The Crossline features the company’s patented M2 rubber compound that adds durability and tack while the distinctive full cord pattern increases traction for a tighter grip while reducing torque to ensure maximum performance. In addition, the cord material helps the golfer maintain their grip when playing during rainy weather due to its rough texture while still feeling light to the touch.