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Yakgrips - Kayak Paddle Grips

MSRP:  $13.99
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Yakgrips - Kayak Paddle Grips
MSRP:  $13.99
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ACK Review: Insulates your hands from a cold or hot paddle shaft and they stay where you put them. Easy to install and easy to remove, but they won't come off by accident. Also a great way to differentiate between you paddle and your buddy's.
Customer Rating: 4.5 of 5
Rating Stars

Customer Reviews

Reviewer:
Pete A
Rating:
4
Date:
8/16/2011
Review:
Good product - we have Aquabound stringray paddles which are 2 piece, but the adjustable connector is quite large on one side so getting the 2 piece yakgrips on the one side was difficult - the 2 sets we got seemed to be a bit different and one wouldn't go over the connector. If you have these paddles I would recommend the one pice paddle yak grips that velcro on - unfortunately they only come in black
Reviewer:
Coyote4
Rating:
4
Date:
8/3/2011
Review:
Yak grips. I bought the velcro grips for a Aquabound Stingray TLC paddle and the slide-on grips for a Werner Skagit two-piece. I recommend using the velcro grips for all paddles now (unless you just HAVE to have color). They are 5 star. They are easy to put on, have some elasticity for fitting, and easy to adjust by un- velcroing them. They don't slide, and the joining seam is not noticeable when paddling. One slide-on grip went on quickly and easily. One slide-on grip took a long frustrating time to get into position. Have not used that paddle yet; so don't know if the easy to put on one will slide around when if it gets wet. Also don't know if the hard-to-install one will be difficult to adjust once it cooks on.
Reviewer:
Sarah
Rating:
4
Date:
8/1/2011
Review:
Great product, really helps with hand sores. The only issue is that they are a pain to get on. Be sure to wet them and paddle in order to get them slide on.
Reviewer:
David
Rating:
5
Date:
7/20/2011
Review:
I love the Paddle Grips, no more blisters on my hands ACK is also outstanding on everything
Reviewer:
Beginner
Rating:
4
Date:
7/6/2011
Review:
Nice padded grips. As a beginning kayaker these grips help protect my hands on paddles plus the added bonus of keeping my hands in the correct position.
Reviewer:
bulldog1935
Rating:
4
Date:
6/24/2011
Review:
they're not going to stay. I bought some more of these. They're so comfortable that the slippy part is easy live with.
Reviewer:
Paddleman
Rating:
5
Date:
6/22/2011
Review:
must have item...makes it so much nicer for paddling, with less fatigue on hands, and more comfort...if you have a small handle diameter, don't get the one piece yakgrip...get the velcro wrap around one,so you can tighten around the smaller diameter shaft better..
Reviewer:
Kayak Chris
Rating:
4
Date:
6/20/2011
Review:
Great paddle and rod holder. Only down side I could find so far is you can't use it with a skirt.
Reviewer:
Yakaddict
Rating:
5
Date:
6/16/2011
Review:
I buy a set of these for every paddle I own...they work great and come in perdy colors too!
Reviewer:
Jim Crocker
Rating:
5
Date:
6/9/2011
Review:
They work great - will order more for other paddles.
Reviewer:
Big D
Rating:
5
Date:
6/3/2011
Review:
AWESOME product love it have recommended the grips to everyone I know that kayaks.
Reviewer:
stay, thing
Rating:
4
Date:
6/2/2011
Review:
I like them better than a glove - my daughter won't wear a glove and really likes them. But, they don't stay put - the harder you work, the more they move around, and this frustrates her. Adjusting them can become a distraction. And yes, they improve comfort.
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