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Tioga Mushy Grip

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Tioga Mushy Grips. Grips. Tioga grips mushy Dual density grip with firm inner sleeve and comfortable fine ribbed gripping surface for a lightly cushioned ride. Features: ?120mm ?End plugs included ?Various Colours available ?Dual Density Grip ?Firm Inner Sleeve

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