Product DescriptionThere are many components that a complete a bicycle, but only one provides a tactile experience to a rider -- the grips. And, while there are plenty of options out there, only a few of them provide the style and comfort of genuine leather like the Portland Design Works Bourbon Grips.The full-grain leather is sourced from Italy and it's tanned and conditioned with natural oils. This gives the durable leather rich colors and a soft texture. The Bourbon Grip features polished lock rings with the brown finish, while the dark finish is complemented with anodized black rings for subdued class.
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