Often overlooked, the value of a good set of grips should not be underestimated. It is one of the three important points of contact between you and your bike. A good set of grips will offer you more control and lessen hand fatigue while riding. Features: • Compatible with the Lock-On Grip System • 100% slip free performance • Narrow but comfortable grip profile • Proprietary dual-surface texture for complete control
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous But why screws are not packed in? Do Race face think everyone has lock ons? Amazing!
By the way, these grips looks good, but they are quite hard, rubber is thin.
26 May 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Better then more expensive grips
these grips replaced more expense grips i purchased.so far they are better then
(The The brand) grips and black spire grips if fact i am replaced a pair of new black spire grips with these even thought they are used on my old bike. very very comfortable very grippy even when wet no hand pain and they are just long enough for bigger hands. I am surprised at how good these are. Highly recommended.only bad thing is plastic end cap.
15 May 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Medium width grip
I been through loads of different models of lock-on grips from the main manufacturer's over the years. ( raceface / lizzardskin / ODI / gaint etc ) i have average sized hands, large size gloves. i found these grips to be a little bit chunkier than i wanted or iam used to ( that might be cos i,ve been used to ODI ruffans for a while now ) they do feel comfortable but nowhere near as grippy as the ruffans though . the best bit is that they use ODI clamp locking system so my snap caps off my last grips fitted. AS U MIGHT OF GUESSED I WILL BE GOING BACK TO RUFFANS A.S.A.P
11 November 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous They are really comfortable. If you want to have nice grips, just buy them.
01 December 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Good grips
These Raceface Snipers are excellent - the most comfortable grips I've owned in 20 years of MTBing. I'm a large guy with big hands and I don't find these narrow at all - just normal.
One thing to consider: The locks can go one of two ways round and depending on how you want to position the grips/logos you might want to give this some thought because once the locks are pushed onto the grips they are really difficult to get off again! If you don't care where the little allen bolts end up then just ignore this advice.
20 November 2010
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