PRO Ergonomic Grips

PRO Ergonomic Grips
PRO Ergonomic Grips
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Ergonomic Grips by PRO
Bring the fun back into riding without the numb, tingly, or sore hands with the PRO Ergonomic Grip. This lock-on grip helps alleviate hands and numbness with its ergonomic shaping. The dual compound is extremely grippy, delivering plenty of control in a wide variety of trail conditions.

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SKU: PRS001O
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