Product DescriptionGreat for riders with larger hands or those who prefer larger diameter, cushy grips, Lizard Skins' Northshore Grips fit the bill. The textured design is styled to resemble wooden planking and stones -- just what we love about the trails on the North Shore.They work great with or without gloves. Offered here as the Northshore Lock-On Grip, this package includes the two grips along with the clamps, screws, and end plugs.
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I've received some good help here around the site and figured I could give back just a little bit... I have a set of Lizard Skins Northshore grips with lock-on's that are brand new in the package, never used or even opened. Free to the person to send me a private message. I won two ebay auc ... Read More »
Heya, I am looking for a chunky grips for my hands with freakishly long fingers. I am now riding Lizard Skins North Shore, their thickness is OK. What I do not like on them is their looks, the fake wood pattern. Entire bike has a mechanical/synthetic look to it, and this fake wood pattern is j ... Read More »
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