Odi Grips Cross Trainer Lock-On Grip

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Cross Trainer Lock-On

ODI CrossTrainer Lock-On bonus pack has an excellent blend of grip, comfort and stability. Includes Lock-On grips, clamps, and new snap cap end plugs

User Reviews (4)

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Helmetless   Weekend Warrior [Oct 02, 2012]
Strength:

Very reliable, light, beautiful, appart from amazing grip, nice cap ends which don't wear easily as the others!

Weakness:

None so far, after 6 months

Buy these, you won't regret unless your hands are somewhat too wet

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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RoyalFlush29er   [Sep 10, 2012]
Strength:

Super soft, Locked in place, Somewhat durable

Weakness:

Shallow grooves

I would suggest this product to someone who doesn't ride for long amounts of time. Like all odi grips, the rubber is extremely soft. But the grooves are very shallow. If they made these grips a 16th of an inch thicker they'd be 10x better.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
Pedaldown   Cross Country Rider [Feb 19, 2012]
Strength:

They don't slip at all! I was meeting some buddies for an am ride and my grips were slipping all over the place so I need a set of locking grips for the ride. Grip was comfortable and sticky. Weather was colder so no sweat (not sure how they hold up when the sweat is on).

Weakness:

My hands were kind of sore after riding. There is not a whole lot of cushion with these. Now that I have the lock rings, I will probably get the ODI Rogues. The cross trainer was all the LBS had so I got them to ride with my buddies.

These would probably work well for someone who rides smooth trails. It was really bumpy and rocky where I ride and my hands were sore with these.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
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Heckler1   Weekend Warrior [Aug 09, 2011]
Strength:

Super Tacky, good feel

Weakness:

Durability, holds sweat and water

I noticed there were no reviews on this grip, so thought I'd chime in.

A pretty good grip overall, as are most of the ODI lock-on products I've tried. Super sticky, as in you have to pull your hands off when the weather's hot and humid. Also comfortable with the unique grooves in the grip pattern, feels like your hands sort of float on the grip. My problem is that I sweat a lot and the grooves tend to hold water and get a little slick. Not something you want on this area of the bike. I have had my fair share of crashes, too, and the ribbed grooves have torn off some at impact. In saying that, I do feel they have held up well overall during the past year.

I used these grips because they came with my bike, and they have been OK, but I probably wouldn't strongly recommend.

Similar Products Used: Ruffian, Peaty, Oury, Salsa
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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