Lizard Skins Charger Evo Lock-On Grips - Limited Edition

Lizard Skins Charger Evo Lock-On Grips - Limited Edition
Lizard Skins Charger Evo Lock-On Grips - Limited Edition
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Charger Evo Lock-On Grips - Limited Edition by Lizard Skins
Represent Competitive Cyclist on your next ride with the Limited Edition Lizard Skins Charger Evo Lock-On Grips. Not only do these ultra-plush grips come with a custom-engraved CC logo, but they also pack in more technology than Lizard Skins has ever used before, with rubber that soaks up chatter from the trail, and dual-patterned textures that help improve feel while absorbing shock. Checker-board pattern throughout most of the palm holds you to the bar securely, while a flexible zone where your fingers meet the bar adds elevated grip and tactile feel. To top it all off, the grips secure for a slip-proof fit with lock-on rings to keep you secure when you're getting a bit rowdy on the bike.

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SKU: LZS000V
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