Lamkin unveils new i-LINE grip

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Lamkin has released its latest grips, the new i-LINE series, developed in partnership with Japan-based grip manufacturer IOMIC.

The new i-LINE series combines the low-torque and tacky feel of a thermoplastic elastomer with the proven performance benefits of the high-traction Crossline surface texture. This innovative fusion of technology delivers a grip that is both incredibly secure and comfortable.

“Golfers typically select a grip that offers either a comfortable ‘feel’ or a grip designed for high performance playability,” explains Lamkin President and CEO, Bob Lamkin.

“Our goal when developing the new i-LINE grip was to eliminate the age-old compromise between feel and performance, and provide golfers with an extremely comfortable, high-performance grip.”
golfers at every level can enjoy the benefits of a high performance golf grip without sacrificing a relaxed, comfortable feel.

The new Lamkin i-LINE grip series is made with a tacky and soft-feeling thermoplastic material that provides exceptional torsion-control to suppress harmful grip twisting at impact.

The grip’s distinctive Crossline surface pattern offers a high-traction texture that promotes additional gripping control and stability.  By establishing a secure connection between the grip and the club, players are able to hit more accurate and consistent shots.

With the new i-LINE series, golfers at every level can enjoy the benefits of a high performance golf grip without sacrificing a relaxed, comfortable feel.

Lamkin’s new i-LINE grips are offered in a broad colour palette

There are several vibrant neon options, and the standard size grip is available in traditional black with a grey cap, turquoise-blue with a navy blue cap. As well as yellow with a lime green cap, orange with a grey cap and lime green with a yellow cap.

The undersize model is offered in traditional black with a gray cap and magenta with a white cap, so there restyles to suit everyones pallet.

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