I just wear a leather glove like a golf or batters glove. Works for me.
See? This is what makes archery interesting....we can all have different takes on things and they can all still work. In this instance, I feel the exact opposite. I want and look for the smoothest grip I can find. One reason I like Hoyt grips (and the angle fits me well). I want my hand to slide up into top of the grip area since when it does it plants itself into the same spot time after time. And if it wasn't smooth enough I've used a billiards shooter's glove, the thin and slippery black one. Rubbery or sticky grips, for me anyway, just mean I can't just let it happen and I have to put my hand into the same place everytime, and sometimes I miss. :lol: Plus it's just another step to add to my shot sequence and something else to think about. For me, thinking and shooting my best don't go hand in hand.Grip tape from a skateboard works better than anything I've found; shooting without nothing on the grip is actually much more inconsistent if you think about it...because your hand will tend to slide differently depending on the conditions (whether or not it's humid outdoors, or whether or not you're in a tournament situation and sweating more than average). For me, having the grip take ensures that I'll grip it the same every time.