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Uhm, why dont bike companies put these on from the factory. From the grips that came on my yukon, these are 100x better. They are thicker which keep my hand from cramping nearly as quickly (broken knuckles). Grippier (sp) so they dont slip, and they "drain" sweat apparently, but they really dont slip. all for under $20 with the locks, you cant beat that ...

http://tripxamerica.com/?p=69 wrote up a review and put some pictures of the grips on the site.... enjoy.
 

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Treybiker said:
Don't ever try the Oury lock-ons. You might think your grips are uncomfortable. :thumbsup:
ive had the rouges on my bike for a few years now.
they are in need of replacement.

so the oury's are alot better?
 

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I have used Rogues and Ourys. Now I stick to the ourys because I think they are better. Not clearly, just seems they suit me better. I don't have the biggest hands or anything. I just like them.

But I completely agree, OEM grips are for the most part, completely horrible.
 

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PimpinD said:
Uhm, why dont bike companies put these on from the factory. From the grips that came on my yukon, these are 100x better. They are thicker which keep my hand from cramping nearly as quickly (broken knuckles). Grippier (sp) so they dont slip, and they "drain" sweat apparently, but they really dont slip. all for under $20 with the locks, you cant beat that ...

http://tripxamerica.com/?p=69 wrote up a review and put some pictures of the grips on the site.... enjoy.
Welcome to the party, albeit a little late. A neat trick is to twist the grips a little between the lock rings to keep them from moving at all.
 
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