Lizard Skins DSP Dual-Color Bar Tape - 2.5MM

Lizard Skins DSP Dual-Color Bar Tape - 2.5MM
Lizard Skins DSP Dual-Color Bar Tape - 2.5MM
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DSP Dual-Color Bar Tape - 2.5MM by Lizard Skins
If shock absorption and style are your jams, the Lizard Skins DSP Dual-Color Bar Tape should be your tape of choice. It provides a plush 2. 5mm of cushioning to cut out numbness and fatigue, and makes the peloton swoon with a zippy dual-color design and embossed Lizard Skin logos.

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SKU: LZS0023
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