The WSSK216 and 17 are rear grips for Fuji's SK2 Spinning Seat or TVS16 Spinning Seats using split grip layouts. Measures 2.5 inches long with an 8mm trimmable tenon. Design features a “hint” of Japanese styling.
Inside Diameter: 0.375"
|Inside Diameter||0.375" (3/8")|
WINN ROD GRIP BENEFITS
WHAT IS BEHIND WINN'S WINNING ROD GRIP PERFORMANCE?
Winn’s superior polymer grip technology puts control and comfort quite literally in the angler’s hand and provides tacky sure-grip security even in cold and wet conditions! Winn pioneered polymer grip technology for the sports world, revolutionizing golf, tennis, and bicycling with grips that reduced fatigue, enhanced control, and reduced injuries due to repetitive motion.
Winn has developed patented multiple polymer compounds that are tackier, more shock absorbent, and more comfortable than traditional Cork and EVA Foam. Its patented polymers are uniquely formulated to achieve a wide range of firmness, texture, sensitivity, weight and design options sure to meet every fisherman's needs!
Advanced Integration (AI) technology enables Winn to deliver mixes of firmness and texture along with unprecedented comfort, performance and design capabilities.
WINNDRY POLYMER MATERIAL
FEATURED IN ALL WINN ROD GRIP CATEGORIES
WHAT IT DOES
- Provides tacky, non-slip performance in all weather conditions including rain, snow and sub-freezing temperatures
- Provides comfort and control; varied textures provide support and grip comfort where they are needed most!
- All-day comfort
- Supreme control
- Longer, more accurate casting
- Control when fighting big fish
WINN ROD GRIP CONSTRUCTION
A TECHNICALLY ADVANCED BUILD
Winn rod grips are two-piece designs comprised of an underlisting (inner layer) of lightweight EVA foam and an outer layer of one of our advanced polymer materials.
WE BOND OUR PATENTED ADVANCED POLYMER MATERIALS TO AN EVA UNDERLISTING.
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