Selle SMP Bar Tape Grip

Selle SMP Bar Tape Grip
Selle SMP Bar Tape Grip
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Bar Tape Grip by Selle SMP
Many of our customers have experienced the remarkable comfort that comes from riding a Selle SMP saddle and the brand has recently expanded its touch point offerings to include bar tape. Here we have the Bar Tape Grip designed with a micro-perforated finish. In addition to providing impressive grip in wet or dry conditions with or without gloves, it also provides impressive breathability. This made in Italy tape is uses a durable High Performance Polymer material that is 2. 8mm thick for soaking up road chatter and vibration. The tape barely troubles the scales at 20-grams and comes with tri-color bar end plugs, extra strips for behind the levers, and finishing tape. It's ideal on any drop bar bike, especially if you're running a Selle SMP saddle and it comes in the colors Black and White.

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SKU: SLL001N
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