These grips feature a clever locking mechanism—the aluminum clamps don’t directly clamp onto the carbon bars—and elastomeric polyurethane is used in place of Kraton for increased comfort and durability.
The aluminum clamps are concealed by the grip which gives these grips a sleek appearance and further boosts comfort. Easton Lock-On Grips are available worldwide this spring in 30- and 33-mm diameters.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Farse89 Buon grip sul manubrio
Sono manopole eccellenti, ti assicurano una presa salda sul manubrio e un buon confort nelle discese. Unica pecca i tappi si graffiano facilmente.
22 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Striiker Great comfortable grips
Always used Oury locks on grips before these. Just love these grips, I prefer the thick ones and find the contact really comfortable and the lock on section is covered by the grip so it helps protect your hands if you like to use the full width of the bars
23 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sacrafire Great looking, great performing grips
Previously used Silverback slide-on grips, WTB Tech Trail and Specialized Grappler, and these are the best I've had so far. Clamps very securely on handlebar.
The side with the larger text is supposed to be where your palms are placed, and are slightly softer than the other half of the grip with smaller text, which are raised to provide your fingers with more grip. Great combination of comfort and grip. Rubber has not been damaged by crashes and brushes with undergrowth.
The metal end caps are also a great improvement over the plastic push in end caps of most grips, very durable. Crashed several times and the edges of the circular pieces are scratched and worn, but fully intact and sitting snugly on the handlebar.
12 April 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Antgreen Nice looking grips, but compromise durability
The grip features a thin strip of rubber, designed (assumably) to conceal the lock collars. This looks nice, but will wear off pretty soon, looking much worse than if it didn't have this detail.
The end caps double as the outer collar. These are prone to being knocked off and I will eventually loose them. A dedicated collar and regular push in end caps would be better.
24 March 2014
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