Extralite NeoGrips Grip

NeoGrips

  • Plug ends
  • Rounded edges
  • Laser etched graphics
  • Ergonomically shaped

User Reviews (2)

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Cliff   Cross Country Rider [Sep 16, 2006]
Strength:

Desent grip, clean looks and cumfy.

Weakness:

After 3 months of use the grips are cracking [drying out??] and becoming loose, almost stretched. 15 years of XC racing and this sort of lack of durability is a first.

I will not buy them again.

Going back to 'ol reliable - OURY.

Similar Products Used: Various ODI, Bontrager, Pedros, YETI, OURY and other "stock" grips
OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
2
$mokeyJoe   Cross Country Rider [May 12, 2006]
Strength:

Light(4g for the caps + 36g for the grips).Quite thick,so good grip on the grip.Even when wet,they stay fixed on the bar.

Weakness:

???

A good,thick,light(even if there are some lighter ones,but actually also thinner ones)foam grip.These foam grips are a very cost effective weight-reduction on a bike.They fit perfect on my XC bike(i also use an Extralite bar)With some foam grips i had some hand fatigue,but these(thicker) ones are perfect for me.

Similar Products Used: Foam grips of several brands
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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