Classic style grip.
Convex grip surface with higly rounded edges. Will work for proper and not so proper bow grip.
Most of traditional bows are made with same or similar style grip.
Flat grip surface, slightly inverted with disctinct life line indicator.
Flat, slightly inverted grip surface. Prety much the same Jager style grip but without lifeline indicator relief.
Best grip shape for traditional bows acording to "SOLID Archery mechanics" teaching course.
*All grips are hand shaped so there might be some small variances in shape,size. and they might not look exactly the same like grip in fotos.
Slightly convex, almost flat grip surface with just slightly rounded grip edge.
Low, medium and high grip options for recurve bow models. Medium height is standard and recommended option
Angle from horizont
Low ~58 degree
Medium ~53 degree
High ~48 degree
Grip stippling - grip surface is covered with tiny hole pattern that creates more traction.
Stippling can be done for aesthetic and also practical reasons. Under adverse conditions in which one's hands may be slick form sweat, dust or blood , stippling will provide better grip on your bow.