Outtag (1pack/2pcs,3D Surface Non Slip, Ergonomic Design,4.7” L,7/8” Inner Dia) Comfort Soft Rubber Bicycle Bike Cycling Handle Bar Handlebar Grips MTB Mountain Bike

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    • Anonymous
    • March 31, 2016
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    These grips are pretty good, because the rubber is soft and they have traction to keep your hands from slipping.They are designed for 7/8 inch bars, so make sure that they will fit on yours. They are 4.7 inch long and again, check your size. I’ve had to cut some and I’ve had some a little short, and you can make any of these fit any length, but it’s easier to get the right length in the first place.If you’ve never done this before, I usually use a knife to cut off the…

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    • Anonymous
    • March 31, 2016
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    Nice comfort and design. These will fit any style handlebar that needs a grip with normal dimensions. They measure: approx. 4.7” x 1.2”. Inner Diameter size is approx. 0.87” (that's standard 22mm). The grip is comfortable yet sturdy - it feels secure in your hands. The groove design helps cancel out sweaty hands slippage.I don't like grips that totally block the road vibration and these seem to fall mid-way between the cheap hand shudder variety and those…

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    • Anonymous
    • March 31, 2016
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    Good grips for the bike, but make sure these are going to fit first. If they’re too long, you can always cut them, since they’re rubber. However, check out the way your brakes are set up with the factory handlebar grip, and also your gear changer. That’s where you might have problems. These are well made, so other equipment around the house, from wheelbarrows to tillers, might be able to adapt to these grips. (just in case they dont fit your bike.) Sweaty hands causing slippage are the big…

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