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WTB DC Trail Grip

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The Dual Compound’s plush outer gel features aTight base materialforTwist resistanceThat is perfect for XC, ATB and comfort riding.Thelinked, diamond-shaped WTB logos and slightly raised center provide anergonomic feel and maximum grip in nearly any condition. 125mm x 32mm Dual density

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