HANDLES & MAINLINES SHAPES

Our first impulse as a brand ten seasons ago was to create a better handle for the rider. We have expanded our line and grown into a greater company than we could have imagined, but our dedication to producing the best quality handle in the industry is still there.
Our Pro Handles are still the handles our team uses today. Calibrated for performance, quality and capability, our pro handles are not just as stylish as they come, they are also as hard working as you need them to be. Custom end caps and injected foam-filled bars give you the assurance you need that every Follow Pro Handle is a powerful ally along for the ride.

NARROW CIRCLE SUEDE GRIP
A secure, leather-inspired suede finish and a classic handle feel, with a narrow diameter of 1” allowing for a fully comfortable hold without feeling like anything is stuck in your way. Sure, you could spend months thinking about it, but why? This time-honoured setup has ridden with the best and never let them down.
NARROW HEXAGON SUEDE GRIP
Same-same, but different. Some riders prefer the hexagon-shaped handle, because it indicates the orientation of the handle in their hands, giving them one extra sense of understanding while out the back. As with the circle shape, the hexagon features a secure, leather-inspired suede finish with a narrow diameter of 1” allowing for a fully comfortable hold without feeling like anything is stuck in your way.
INJECTED FOAM FILLED BARS
This ensures that the bar will float for its lifetime – not just while it’s new. As far as we know, we are the first to do this.
CUSTOM END CAPS
We still strongly believe in soft end caps for multiple reasons. It allows for the end caps to naturally flex in perfect harmony with the riders movements. Stopping the movement in the end caps instantly transfers all the movement of the handle to the grip, making it harder to hold onto in certain situations. But more importantly, it’s safer.
TREATED DYNEEMA MAINLINES
Stronger and with less twisting due to an even number of Dyneema strands. The internal Dyneema is also DWR treated to reduce weight from water absorption.
PU COATED MAINLINES
There may be cheaper alternatives that look the same, but they won’t last the same. This is the most expensive material because it’s the best. Soft and smooth. All mainlines go to 50ft. Don’t tie a knot in your mainline while your mate learns to clear the wake.