December 13, 2016
It seems rod builders settle for cork or EVA because it gives them a simple choice between two classics, but Winn wants anglers to cast on the wild side and try their new weatherproof fishing grips and handle wraps. Whether building a new rod or fixing up an old favorite, Winn has the tactile technology to help you outlast the weather in comfort and style.
Introducing their superior polymer technology to both salt and freshwater fishing, Winn brings anglers a grip that literally puts comfort and control in the palm of your hand. Winn Grips outperform any weather conditions with their tacky, texturized polymer technology that gives you a secure grip for fighting those big fish.
Winn Grips Weather the Competition
Adapting a superior technology from their already popular tennis and golf grips, Winn became the first manufacturer to bring premium polymer grips to anglers. Winn constructs the fishing grips with multiple polymer compounds that create a feel tackier and more comfortable than any traditional rubber.
To satisfy each angler's preferences as well as their fishing application, Winn structures each grip with multiple polymers that provide countless benefits while on the water. Each polymer within Winn's fishing grips are formulated to create variations in firmness, texture, and weight. These tactical variations help anglers keep a secure grip without adding any stress to their hands or body.
This multiple polymer method is derived from Winn's experience with golf grips. Winn learned that the more slip-resistant and comfortable their grips can be, the less stress will be exerted on the participant. Winn's conclusion translates to their fishing grips to dramatically increase the angler's performance over long periods on the water.
Using Winn grips, anglers lighten up their grip pressure which leads to increases in stamina, control, accuracy, distance, and sensitivity. Reducing fatigue while boosting important factors of casting and hook setting, Winn grips bring a high-performance fishing experience few can rival.
MHX Winn Grips
MHX recently decided to design a new line of grips that could outperform weather's harshest conditions. This design route quickly led to a partnership with Winn and their patented WinnDry polymer. MHX and Winn then took their grip prototypes to MHX pro anglers to perfect their design.
Throughout the prototype process, MHX and Winn aimed to harness a consistent grip that had it all. Their design intentions revolved around the three key factors of performance, comfort, and style that needed to withstand any weather. From the WinnDry polymer and MHX Professionals' feedback, the MHX Winn Grips were born.
MHX Winn Grips provide a tacky yet comfortable texture that boldly stands up to rain, snow, sun, and everything in between. These grips add elements of comfort and control that give any angler the will to fight those big fish and confidence to win.
Boasting the signature black and green colors of MHX, the MHX Winn Grips don't sacrifice an ounce of style no matter the environment or fishing application.
Winn Wraps Revive Worn Handles
Every rod builder and angler alike experience the decline of their fishing rod grips. Whether using cork or EVA, the time will come will that handle has little grip and life left. But don't retire your favorite rod just yet, revive it with Winn's handle wraps!
Winn's Spiral Wrap brings the identical polymer technology as the grips except in the form of an additive wrap that can create a grip or save a worn down one. Choose Winn's Spiral Wrap see your worn handle come back to life.
The most popular of handle wraps, Winn's Spiral Wrap is their original technology and method of installation. In comparison to the complete Winn Grips, the Spiral Wrap is a narrow strip of polymer that is wound around the handle itself. Done by hand, Winn's Spiral Wrap provides the ultimate contoured feel with their signature tackiness and comfort.
So if you're in the market for fishing grips that can do it all or a handle wrap that can salvage an old favorite, Winn Grips available at Mud Hole have you and your rod covered.