New from Eagle Grips

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posted on January 15, 2014
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For 40 years Eagle Grips has used rosewood, ebony wood, mother of pearl, even some ivory and simulated ivory. But now the company is using a new medium called Kirinite in a certain line of grips. Sound like something from where Superman came from? Perhaps not, but Kirinite is a very dense material that doesn't dull or scratch and is available in a plethora of colors. Paul Huble explains it further in the video below. For more information, visit EagleGrips.com.

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