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Discussion in 'Bowhunting forum' started by Southernfryedyankee, Sep 13, 2007.
during practice and on the field? my grip gets really slick when my hand starts sweating.
I use hockey tape (black) on my grip and on my BT release. Works great.
hmmm...I just continuously wipe my hands on my pants :noidea:
haha goodluck trying to solve your problems. for some reason i dont sweat. Either playing ps2 or shooting. my hands dont sweat.
all the companies sell crying towels, even gander mountain sells them......
I with wheels on this one!!!!!!
If you put hockey tape on your grip. You can sweat all day and it wont get slick. Try it....
after my buddy shoots, i just keep patting him on the shoulder and telling him good shot. i get a dry hand, he gets an ego boost:biggrin1:
Actulay a moist palm is good fer your hand form on tha handle.
It allows it to slide into tha proper place.:biggrin1:
Hockey tape may promote torquing.:tape:
That's what I was thinking :rockon:
I just learned to shot with a sweaty hand.:frusty:
i dont sweat either. and it helps wearing gloves.
I don't know, I had girlfriend break up with me because I had sweaty hands when we were roller skating. As you can tell this still bothers me. She was a hottie and still is a hottie 16 years later. I just wipe my hands on my pants.
Yeah, I was thinking the same...
I never heard that a slippery palm was good!:laugh:
if you have a correct grip you dont have to worry about torquing.
my hands dont sweat much but i have heard using antiperspirant works...
i was playing in a golf tournament once and it atrted raining, one of the guys on my team pulls out this stuff called dry hands....
took the glove off and put it on like lotion and it shed water even though your glove got wet your hand stayed dry.... reading the info on the web site it seems it works great for sweaty hands as well.. here is there web link and what their 1st page says
The non-sticky gripping
or rainy conditions.
What is Dry Hands?
DRY HANDS is a performance enhancing solution that alleviates grip problems caused by perspiration or rain. So effective, it actually repels water. Feel the difference with DRY HANDS, the most natural and comfortable grip available in sports today. What does Dry Hands feel like?
The advantage to DRY HANDS is that it is not sticky or greasy. And since it leaves no powdery mess, you won't even realize you have it on. Best of all, it's long lasting and economical so you can concentrate on the game at hand.
Who uses Dry Hands?
DRY HANDS is used by anyone whose performance is adversely affected by wet hands from perspiration or rain - golf, tennis, bowling, baseball, football, basketball, gymnastics, weight lifting. How do you apply Dry Hands?
Clean and dry hands prior to application. Dispense a small amount into the palm and spread evenly across the surface. Allow to air dry for approximately 15 seconds.
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