The simplest, lightest, most affordable stick, with the smallest basket & SKINNIEST GRIP IN THE WORLD!!!
Skinniest 22mm soft foam grip in the world
Lightweight 6,000 Series Aluminum
Adjustable 20mm strap webbing
Smallest 50m diameter baskets
Point is pointier than the grip
175g of dankness (105cm/40" length)
Need to cut them down? Just unscrew the strap & cut right through the grip.
REVIEWS OF THE TAC
Reviewed by 3 customers
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- Good grip
- Good straps
- Small Basket
- Super Light
- Baskets Come Off Easy
the pole is great and light the grip is great for catching fish. this is my honest opinion if you want a trusty ski pole that will catch you big fish with no problem go with the line tacs....NO but the grip is super skinny and easy to do grabs with i think that they should have put grab tabs on these considering there park poles. jus my opinion go with the ins if anything
- Was this a gift?:
The poles themselves are great but Line really needs to re-think their wrist strap assembly/design. They always get loose no matter how tight you screw them down. So I just took them out completely and just use the poles without the wrist straps. It works out fine I just expect things from Line to work like they should or they should just make them cheaper. In their edits this year so far I even see their pros using them without the wrist strap assembly in.
- I can never drop my poles
- A little bit too light
i mostly use these in the park but when i get air it feels like there gonna fly out of my hands
EASY TO HOLD!
From bike grips, to golf clubs and even baseball bats, since the beginning of time we counted on a skinny, round, grippy grips for the best performance, so why should ski poles be any different? Our revolutionary skinnier, grippier grips make it way easier to get your hands around. So stop fumbling with traditional, bulky, oversized, forced finger placement ski grips, we’ve got the skinniest, grippiest grips in the world!
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