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Serfas Silicone Grip

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Silicone grips mold comfortablyTo your hands while riding, and dampen vibration for comfort on longer rides. EasyTo install Waterproof GetsTacky when wet 13 cm long Includes end caps Just 96 grams a pair! (without caps) order QTY "1", you will receive 2 grips (enough for one bicycle)

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