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evo2man Thursday, December 30th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 4 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Marker Setup: dye dm5, 88/4,500 pure energy carbon fiber wrapped nitro tank, a titanium dye boomstick, blade flat trigger, a eVLution II, and a dye rhino tank cover.
Strengths: It's comfortable and never rips, slips, or fits bad.
Weaknesses: There are non!!
Review: DYE’s original sticky grip was the first rubber grip developed specifically for use in paintball, and has become the most popular grip on the planet. Now DYE has taken grip technology to the next level with the Sticky 3. The Sticky 3 utilizes a combination of injected materials in two different durometers to give you the ultimate in comfort. The Sticky 3 also offers full wrap design giving your frame a back strap cushion and filling your palm completely. This advanced molding technology provides you a secure anatomically correct fit with a soft shock absorption material that your hands will love. Like the original DYE Sticky, the Sticky 3 will fit all standard 45 frames and is offered in a variety of colors to match your marker.
Conclusion: It is worth the money, not that expensive either for a good quality grip. BUY IT!!!!
10 out of 10

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