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Lizard Skins
Northshore Lock-On Grips

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Lizard Skins' Northshore grip is Lizard Skins' thickest lock-on grip, featuring a series of large, textured, block-shaped shock-absorbing sections which help provide a comfortable and controlled ride. Their patented lock-on design provides a stable ride, eliminating slipping or any unwanted movement.

Features & Specs:

  • Lock-on grips.
  • Length: 130mm.
  • Diameter: 33mm (medium).
  • Weight (w/ plugs): 125g.
  • Includes: 2x grips, clamps, screws, and plugs.
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My new favorite! Vibrations absorption and grip at its best!
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by Alainzen
Cycling Enthusiast
San Diego, CA

These Lizard Skins grip replaced my worn out ODI Rogue grips on my full suspension mountain bike. I tried many grip styles, shapes, and it was always a compromise for comfort or performance. These Lizard Skins are so good! Grippy even with sweaty hands, no more numbness from vibrations, and hold solid on the handlebars.

I recommend them. Just one thing, they fit big hands better.

Reviewed 3/21/2019
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