Odi Grips Rampage Grip

DESCRIPTION

ODI Rampage

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 09, 2002]
Andrew

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

They rule, great grip. Look cool.

Great grips, they rule.

[Sep 30, 2001]
Luke kingston
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

comfortable, long, slow wearing

Weakness:

myn did not stick well don't use puncture repair glue
also started to get dirty quickly .

nice grips start to look quite shabby quickly though .

Similar Products Used:

cheap ones

[Jul 20, 1999]
Nick Cuta
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

EXTRA LONG!! STICKY!! SOFT! DURABLE

Weakness:

NONE

THESE GRIPS ROCK! THERE REAL STICKY YA HANDS NEVER SLIP OFF. I'VE CRASHED ALOT STILL IN GOOD CODITION. OH AND THERE REAL SOFT!

Similar Products Used:

MONGOOSE AND SOME OTHER CRAP

[Jul 02, 1999]
A.S.
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

Soft, durable, good looking, thick

Weakness:

none

great grips, soft, long, not too thick (like the profiles) but not too thin either. The perfect grip for me....although the ODI with the aluminum collar looks nice too

Similar Products Used:

Gripshift, profile

[Jul 02, 1999]
Chris a.k.a. Stinky
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

Soft, sticky, durable, extra-long, they look sweet!

Weakness:

None!

What can I say? These are definately the best grips I've used. I've crashed lots, and they still remain in one piece! They're really long and sticky, so your hands naver slip off.

Similar Products Used:

Answer Logo grips, Kona grips, Klein Death Grips.

[May 15, 1999]
Art
Cross-Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

--Long & sticky!(I know what yer thinkin', so just fergit it)...

Weakness:

--Nada.

Excellent feel and grip. I keep 'em on for everything from downhill bombing to street riding. Good looks. These are about 5 and a half inches long, so I didn't have to trim down the Monkey Lite to make everything fit = more control, less hassle. The closed ends are great too, 'cause I don't use bar-ends. But 'em if you need this type of grip.

Similar Products Used:

--Coda's: (2 different kinds of regular grips, forgot the names).

[Jan 29, 2000]
Thom
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Very good grip
Good ends keep it from breaking

Weakness:

Very long. Too long for some bars

These are very good, strong, hard grips. They will keep your hands on the bike in any weather. Just make sure you have enouth room for them!

Similar Products Used:

Culb roost, azonic

[Apr 05, 2002]
Dave
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

long, thin but very soft, dual compound (harder rubber ont he ends) solid end (no end plugs to fight with and lose. raised bumps on the ends to prevent hands from slipping off the bars.
they stick to the bars (no slipping yet even though ive had the same pair off and on 6 times and on different bars.

Weakness:

zip, they are the perfect grip

I love the width, ive always felt cramped ont eh bars with all the controls in the way even with thumbshifters (rapid mis-fire is even worse). the long grips work very well with my braking style (1 finger, index only).
they really make it hard to ride with any other grip, everything else pales in comparison.
the bumps at the ends of the grips have saved my neck a few times (youll know what i mean if youve ever slipped off the end of your handlebar!!!).

Similar Products Used:

nothing compares

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