These handle shape descriptions are merely guidelines to help you find your perfect baton. Any of the shapes can be altered and changed to meet your needs. I am limited only by your imagination and certain laws of physics. If you would like to discuss your design ideas with me, I welcome your phone call or e-mail.

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Teardrop Shape

The basic Teardrop shape is a classic design that has withstood the test of time. It is suitable for almost any hand size and is ergonomically shaped for comfort, balance and control. An average Teardrop shape is about 2 ¼ inches long and about 7/8 of an inch at its widest diameter.

Narrow Teardrop Shape

The Narrow Teardrop is more slender than the classic teardrop and a little bit longer. An average Narrow Teardrop shape is about 2 ½ inches long and about ¾ of an inch at its widest diameter. The extra length of this handle provides room for 3 fingers to grip the handle.

Pear Shape

The Pear shape is similar to the basic teardrop, but is a little shorter and more round. An average Pear shape is about 2 inches long and about 9/10 of an inch at its widest diameter.

Tapered Cone Shape

The Tapered Cone is approximately 2 1/4 inches long and 7/8 of an inch at its widest diameter. This handle shape is slightly wider where the middle finger tends to wrap around the handle and fills the hand nicely.

Maestro Shape

The Maestro handle provides a comfortable, secure grip. By design, it is a little longer than most other handle shapes. An average Maestro shape is about 2 ½ inches long and about 7/8 of an inch at its widest diameter. The extra grip at the front of the handle is typically ½ of an inch wide.