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ODI produces the most highly regarded grips on the market today and the Elite Pro grips are no exception.
If you have ever experienced hand fatigue or arm pump, one of the best ways to remedy that is to consider new grips. The Elite Pro grips offer a half waffle design for control and feature ergonomic patterning and compounds to conform to your hand. These grips will certainly make your ride more comfortable.
Ergonomic design conforms to hands and provides padding without the extra bulk.
Half waffle grip supplies extra grip.
Single clamp design clears up extra bar space.
Variable patterns reduce irritation.
Reinforced end prevents grip blowout.
These grips are NOT compatible with KS Seatpost Dropper Remotes. Only the grips with clamps on both ends are compatible.
Least favourite feature?Flare on the end is very delicate
Great grips, terrible build quality
Setup was great, had no issues at all, the grip is second to none, and the single clamp is great. But that is also the downfall. I bought these hoping that the flares on the end (Where the second clamp normally is) would actually be somewhat strong and not fail after the first ride. Had to put the bike down through a rock garden (On my first ride with the grips...) and nearly tore the entire flare on one of the grips off completely. A few rides later and the flare on the other grip had started peeling as well. Quite tempted to grab another pair to make sure that it wasn't just that pair, but I'll most likely be moving back to a double clamp design next unfortunately
Single clamp is progressive and a great feature if you tend to grip the edge of the bars. Clamp doesn't slip, although i wouldn't want to over tighten it on carbon bars. I run alloy bars so this is not an issue. Grip diameter and texture feels just right. Really gippy and takes some vibration out. Colour is holding up. All in all very pleased. I'll grab another set for sure.
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