Supacaz Super Sticky Kush Galaxy Bar Tape

Supacaz Super Sticky Kush Galaxy Bar Tape
Supacaz Super Sticky Kush Galaxy Bar Tape
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Super Sticky Kush Galaxy Bar Tape by Supacaz
If you're thinking the Supacaz star emblem on the Super Sticky Kush Galaxy Bar Tape looks vaguely familiar, that might be because you've seen it on the bars of a certain three-time world champion (we'll call him "Sagan") in the start line photos from cycling's biggest events. It enjoys such lofty status because the tape has a uniquely tacky face material and a thin layer of cushion that absorbs more road noise than it has any right to do. Those little star emblems make it look pretty damn good, too, but bar feel is the real--ahem--star here, and Supacaz excels in that regard. The tape stays tacky for a confident grip, even when wet, and the padding doesn't create obtrusive bulk under gloves or bare hands.

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SKU: SZZ0003
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