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Portland Design Works
Whiskey Ergo Leather Grips

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Class up your ride.

Portland Design Works' Whiskey Grips aren't meant for drinking, but will get you to and from your favorite watering hole in comfort and style. The gorgeous Italian leather outer is vegetable tanned and conditioned with natural oils and waxes. Just like a favorite baseball mitt, they'll get better looking and even more comfortable over time. The ergonomic shape perfectly supports the palms, and alloy lockrings prevent rotation.

The Whiskey Grips are available in Black with high polish Silver lockrings. 138mm length. Claimed weight is 187 grams per set. Priced per pair.

  • Full grain leather construction breaks in over time for personalized comfort
  • Vegetable tanned and conditioned with natural oils and waxes
  • Rain safe
  • A great match to leather saddles
  • 128mm (5") length
  • 115 grams/set.
  • Sold in pairs

Ergo Brown

Mfg PartNum: 118 

Ergo Black

Mfg PartNum: 119 

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Easy to Install, Provide Great Comfort and Control
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by Spokes Man
Cycling Enthusiast
Orange County, CA
1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I installed the Leather Grips on my Trek District commuter bike, and find that the ergonomic shape is very comfortable. They also provide added control when standing and pedaling up grades. My hands and fingers rarely go numb on long rides with these new grips. It's important to install them so the flared ergo shape supports the heel of your hand, and helps straighten the wrist.

Reviewed 4/1/2013
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