Serfas Grips Grip

Serfas Connectors grips feature a Dual Density DesignThat provides added comfort and stability. Dual Density Design Open ended for easy installation

User Reviews (103)

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Bryce   Cross Country Rider [Aug 18, 2003]
Strength:

sticks to the bar like crazy! nice and plush, and best of all, cheap...anybody who spends over 20 bucks on grips is a major sucker, even for lock ons

Weakness:

kinda wide but they'll wear down

great grip for not much moneys, of course theyre gonna slip if you use hairspray and crap on them, cause you really shouldnt do that. when putting on grips, best be using water or better yet, quick evaporating electrical cleaner works best (isopropol alcohol)and they will never slip. just spray and slide em on, the stuff evaporates in like two seconds and voila, theyre stuck on there forever.. the rubber is designed to stick by themselves with out using any kinda glue or spray. work great with my axiom bars. PS if you can, get bartender grips they rock

Similar Products Used: azonic waffle, bartenders, race face good/evil (crap), stock
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Dust Dog   Cross Country Rider [Jul 10, 2003]
Strength:

Very plush grips, they stick to the bar and to your hands. All the better if you are wearing gloves.

Weakness:

The wear quickly.

These are really nice. I'm a bit disappointed that I'll have to replace them soon, they have some flat spots. They never move on the bar and they never move on my hands, especially with my Fox Digits on. These are a great grip.

Similar Products Used: All kinds
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Derek   Weekend Warrior [Jun 23, 2003]
Strength:

Great feal, stays on, doesnt chew hand for gloveless riding.

Weakness:

The only problem is that I think the bar ends schould be metal. Just go out and buy some bmx ones though.

Great grip. It felt the best, so i bought it. And so should you.

Similar Products Used: Specialized stock grips
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Zac L   Downhiller [Jul 13, 2002]
Strength:

good grip in all condishons, soft compound ruber, dule densedy ( hard iner shell, stops them twisting )
and there esiy to get on the bar's.
thay stop some of the garing.

Weakness:

I have not found one uet

thes grips are aseme, and are a very desent price.
It gust shose that you dont have to pay a heap to get good producs.
I cant belive how neny IDEOTS there are out there how don't now haw to pot grips on there bikes, and then complain at how they dont stik.
use motho and it will avaperate within 24h and I garenty that you wont have a problem.

Similar Products Used: orey - NOT AS GOOD
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
frumpstir   Weekend Warrior [Mar 23, 2006]
Strength:

Colors

Weakness:

They fall apart and ended up ripping. Great grip if you only plan to keep them a few months.

Im going back to Yeti or Profile Design Grips. My gut said to stay with what was working and I was in a pinch for grips.

Similar Products Used: Yeti (very pleased with), Profile Design (very pleased with), Specialized (no good)
OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
3
Dipper   Weekend Warrior [Mar 12, 2002]
Strength:

really grippy nice fat feeling

Weakness:

not as grippy when wet or get sweaty wear really quick without gloves

really nice grip in the dry
and buy yaself some gloves

Similar Products Used: mongoose
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Dan   Racer [Dec 10, 2001]
Strength:

long, good diameter

Weakness:

seem to wear fast

These are awesome so far. On the cheap end of good grips, but the best nonetheless. Longer than most-good for big hands. As soft as ourys, but without the sticky crap and outrageously huge size, and besides, Ourys weigh as much as Marlon Brando (that's about a ton). They seem to wear pretty quick, but even if they only last a year or so it will be worth it. Mine are't even the lock on kind, put on without adhesive, and they are stil in the exact spot that I installed them. Maybe it's because of the powdercoatad enduro bar, but they haven't moved at all.

The bottom line? When shimano released the current XTR, these grips were shown in all the ads (secret agent ads)-portraying the ultimate bike. That's because this is the best grip you can get, and they're cheap, too.

Similar Products Used: titec, oury
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Vic   Cross Country Rider [Oct 30, 2001]
Strength:

soft, very sticky on top, cool pattern, cheap

Weakness:

slide all over the bar

serfas might as well slap some crisco inside these things; can't be any worse.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
Cameron Wallace   Weekend Warrior [Oct 30, 2001]
Strength:

Comfy

Weakness:

Have had no problems yet

I got Somthing that looked like Serfas Fastener grips.They are serfas but the diamond pattern is smaller.

Oh yeah don't listen to the reveiw guidelines

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Chris Lopes   Weekend Warrior [Dec 30, 2003]
Strength:

Extremely comfortable and slip proof.

Weakness:

The lock on feature is kind of cheesy but, works.

These are the best grips I've ever used. I currently have a pair of ODI lock on's that came with my bike and look better than these but these are so much more comfortable. I plan on buying another pair of these very soon. If the company put a new lock on mechanism on these they would be perfect!

Similar Products Used: ODI Lock on's, schwinn.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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