Our Grips are thin in style, have a throat with rounded edges, the sides have slight indentations for the thumb and finger placement and a "nose" to help in a consistent hand placement. The sides of this grip have been shaped to provide the most detail in the wood grain providing a little showier grip. Every piece of wood is different and no two grips will look exactly the same.
See and Feel the difference of going "TorqueLess"
The Mathews Bow Grip looks great and feels great in your hand. BUT, it does little to help provide a consistent, torque reducing hand position. The "Nose" is not long enough to provide a repeatable hand position, so it relies on what I call "Torque Protrusions" (wide areas at the top of the grip on the sides) to position the hand. Those two upper protrusions help provide the hand position on the grip but do so by introducing torque into the setup. The torque produced by these small differences in hand position can cause those left and right shots that you know should have been dead center.
The TorqueLess grips nose allowing the hand to slide into the center line of the grip. The throat of the grip is narrow and rounded, providing a very repeatable hand position. By eliminating the "torque protrusions" and providing a grip throat that is narrow and rounded we have produced a very repeatable hand position, that we call "TorqueLess".