Lamkin announce extension of grip range

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Lamkin has announced a mid-season extension of its high performance UTx range of grips with the introduction of new solid colour options.


Hot on the heels of the early season release of the Lamkin UTx wrap, the solid colour UTx provides a third option in this unique all-weather grip.

The aesthetic of the original UTx and the UTx wrap allows a glimpse of the three functional layers of the grip while the solid colour option will showcase a more traditional look while retaining all the performance attributes of its counterparts.

UTx-Solid Blue

Each of the UTx grips features Lamkin’s proprietary Tri-Layer Technology, which is made up of three functional layers that, when blended together, create a grip that feels and performs like no other.

The foundation of the grip is made of a super tacky and softer ACE 3GEN material to provide enhanced comfort, while the middle layer is a moisture-wicking fabric weave that delivers surface traction and tremendous grip control in all weather conditions. Finally, the outer layer is a firmer ACE 3GEN compound designed to limit torque and minimize shot dispersion.

UTx-Solid Red

Lamkin UTx solid colours are available in blue and red, UTx wrap in black and blue and UTx original in black, red and blue. All UTx are available in standard or mid-size and retail at £9.99 per grip.

For more information, visit the Lamkin website or follow @LamkinGrips on Twitter.

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