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Lamkin’s 2013 Portfolio Refects Golf’s Colour Trend

10.03am 30th November 2012 - New Products

Lamkin Corporation, a leading manufacturer of premium golf grips, announced its 2013 collection will include a significant expansion to the very popular R.E.L. 3GEN grip line.

Leading golf’s current colour trend, Lamkin Grips will release several additional colour options in the R.E.L. 3GEN Standard, Midsize and Oversize models.

The expansion of the R.E.L. 3GEN line will include a neon pink option in a standard size model, as well as a red, blue, orange, gray and electric blue option in both the midsize and oversize models.  Golfers who play with non-standard size grips will certainly celebrate the addition of more colour options in such a popular golf grip.  The R.E.L. 3GEN grip has already earned rave reviews from golfers for its amazing feel, tackiness and durability.  With more colour and size options than any other golf grip in the market, the R.E.L. 3GEN expansion will undoubtedly lead to even more glowing reviews from golfers around the world.

“With the R.E.L. 3GEN line of grips, we’re able to offer a product that feels even better than it looks,” explains Lamkin President and CEO, Bob Lamkin. “Initially, it was the broad assortment of colour choices that generated excitement and buzz, but consumers quickly learned that there’s much more to this grip than the bold colours.  It’s truly a better feeling and performing golf grip!”

Combined with a comfortable and no-slip surface pattern, the R.E.L. grip is manufactured with Lamkin’s patent-pending 3GEN technology that provides unmatched vibration dampening and extraordinary grip durability.  The design of the grip was created to maximize surface area contact with a golfer’s hand to ensure a confident, controlled connection between the golfer and their club.

Lamkin Grips www.lamkin.co.uk

       

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