The Ardent Pro Rod Overgrip is a true innovation that provides an angling benefit never before realized with cork, EVA, or golf style grips. This product reduces stress caused by rod split grip designs, reel seats, and reel foot irritation on spinning reels.
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Installation for Spinning Rods
I bought 3 of these and they weren't as easy-to-use as the video showed. I soaked them greased up the rod and it still wouldn't slide over the trigger. I ripped one before I got a crochet needle to help slide over trigger. And they need to be a little longer, my little finger and base of my palm are on the edge of rod and corkWilliam Howe
I got 2 of these in a promotion for purchasing the Edge and Tournament pro rods, 1 each of casting and spinning. They weren't as hard to put on as most people have stated, and yes my casting grip did rip at the bottom. Overall my hand when using the spinning reel felt much better after 8 hours of almost constant use! I'll order more for sure!Justin Radford
Not a bad idea just hard to put on the rods. Wish it was more of a Winn wrap instead of rubber piece. A little bulky but it does help with grip and I have never been a fan of foam rod handles so I have one on all of my edge series rods. I give it 4 out 5 because it does it job but could be improved.Mattcoots
They are difficult to put on but if you watch the video you will see how to install them quickly and proficiently. I purchased four of these and absolutely love them. When cranking or setting the hook on a jig I know that the rod isn't coming out of my hand. One of the best purchases to upgrade my rod's I have ever made.Fogleman
Makes the grip better but is a poor design. Ripped when putting on two different poles. Will not spend the money on a 3rdMichael Korbel
I tried the spinning over grip as Jay demonstrated on an Edge rod. The hook keeper located behind the reel seat ripped the grip trying to slide on. Would have worked better if I bent down the hook keeper to avoid ripping the sleeveJames Heller