ODI Dread Lock Lock-On Grips

ODI Dread Lock Lock-On Grips
ODI Dread Lock Lock-On Grips
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Dread Lock Lock-On Grips by ODI
ODI's Dread Lock Lock-On Grips are ready to get shreddy, and maybe even a little dready thanks to the signature style of Juarez embedded into the rubber. They are built with a little more padding for the control you need on longer rides, damping harsh vibrations to keep your mitts from going numb when you've still got miles of daylight to burn. The Dread Lock-On Grips are built with ODI's A. I. R. E. compound, which is ideal for its lighweight properties that feel ultra-soft, so you can get the cushion you need for the ride, without the feel of a bulky grip. TPE on the ends offer additional support when you're hammering into turns, and help protect the grips from impacts. A V2. 1 single-clamp lock-on system secures your grip to the bar on the inner edge, helping to prevent slip ups when you're wrenching on the bars while you weave through tight trees.

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SKU: ODIA04A
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