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Race Face
Sniper Slide-On Grip

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Improve your ride with the Sniper Slide-On Grips from Race Face.

Manufactured for Race Face by ODI, these grips have a narrow profile but still provide a good deal of comfort. For maximum grip and control the Sniper has a proprietary dual surface texture. Installation is a breeze, so slide on a pair and enjoy the ride. This slide-on version fits most handlebars without breaking a sweat.

The Sniper Slide-One Grips are sold as a pair and are available in a variety of colors.

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by Anonymous
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Not worth the price the handlebar grips have great grip but no cushion at all. Need to use a little wd40 to able the grips to the handlwbar. There are in the garbage after two trail rides. Spead the money for a allen head clamp grips. This was my fault i needed to add to my purchase for free shipping. Shame on me.

Reviewed 12/8/2017
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very nice grip for the price
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by sarah
Casual Cyclist
eagleville, pa
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Bought a pair of these in black for my son's 20 inch bmx bike. He loves them, I like the feel of them.

Reviewed 9/17/2015
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