Onza Grips Grip

Grips

Onza Grips

User Reviews (20)

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bill   [Oct 04, 2006]
Strength:

durable, good wet

Weakness:

can slip on bar

these grips have been used on two bike and many incarnations of those bikes and are still my favorite. work well for racing, in dirt, rain or even just a road ride when needed. have used them since sometime in the 90's and have not been replaced even when replacing bars or other parts.

Similar Products Used: various grips on other bikes
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Kimbus   Weekend Warrior [Apr 13, 2003]
Strength:

Cheap, grip, looks good, black!

Weakness:

Really hard to get on and off the bar. Wearing.

These are cheap, have superior grip, they feel nice, soft. With such a low price, they are the BEST!

Similar Products Used: WTB & Clash Ohlson (cheap!)
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Larry   weekend warrior [Sep 25, 1998]

OnZa Porcipaws-i love these grips. have tried most. coda thin lizards are
good too, but i prefer the onZa's. especially when you consider the
$2.50 cost from Cambria (mail order) buy these. they never slip. if you
can't find these, try the porc chops. have heard good things about these
grips from friends.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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Agent Orange   racer [Jul 27, 1997]

I had a pair of porcipaws grips, those were the best grips ever, much better than the pedro's slimwalls, i have now or the scott's i won at a race

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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Guy   Weekend Warrior [Aug 02, 2000]
Strength:

Porc Chops: great grip with or without gloves, choice of colors, look cool

Weakness:

Could be a little thicker

Man, your hands just melt into these grips. Very soft with great grip. I'm not sure how long these will last, having the soft compound, but who really cares? At 6 or 7 dollars a pair, replacing them after 3 months or so is no big deal.
4 chilies for questionable durability, 5 for value. Try a pair today!!

Similar Products Used: cheap stock grips, Specialized s-works
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Adam   Cross-Country Rider [Nov 14, 1999]
Strength:

firm
sticky
colors
Porcupines!!

Weakness:

none so far

I have the Porc Chops. These grips work just fine in performance, like many others around. However, what truly sets them apart are the porcupines molded into the grip. Get the red ones. I admit it is mostly an inside joke about porcupines, but come on, how cool is it to have them on your bars? Go buy a pair or two.

Similar Products Used: stock Schwinn grips
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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Alex   Weekend Warrior [Jun 16, 1999]
Strength:

LIKE A GLOVE
nice and cozy
looks snazy

Weakness:

staying on the bar can be quite a pain
stays on with hairspray

Pretty good stuff.

Similar Products Used: S-works (trash)
Coda (to lumpy)
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
Mikko Mellin   Weekend Warrior [May 26, 1999]
Strength:

None really

Weakness:

doesn`t stick to the bar at its own,needs hairspray or similar!

Quite crap,needs allways when i wash my bike a hairspray lubrication to stick in the bar!Wears fast when compared to ATI tomac grips and have definetly a too large diameter.These two chilies are from the price because they are not really that exspensive in my country :)

Similar Products Used: ATI tomac,Answer logos,Gripshift logos + other none good ones!
OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
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Patrick Wullaert   Cross-Country Rider [May 06, 1999]

The Onza Ules provide good grip whether wearing gloves or riding bare-handed (which I don't recommend :) ). They look and feel good too, and don't slip much. Five chillies !I didn't like the Onza Porcipaw grips very much because after long rides my hands started to hurt, even when riding with gloves (but then again I guess I may have fragile hands :-)) ). Onza Ules are much better for me, although the Porcipaws do their thing ! Two chillies for those.

Similar Products Used: Ritchey, Kona
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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Neil Anderson   cross-country rider [Oct 16, 1998]

Onza Porcupaws - Great grips with just the right size for my small hands. Lovely shaping stickyness. Only downside, just needs a little hairspry to stick to the bars! Work well with or without gloves, and are not too harsh on the hands like those YETI grips with the huge lettering. I can't ride those without big padded gloves! A small yet vital contribution to the sweet ride of my machine. So cheers to the guys at Onza.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
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