Supacaz Super Sticky Kush Silicone Gel Bar Tape

Supacaz Super Sticky Kush Silicone Gel Bar Tape
Supacaz Super Sticky Kush Silicone Gel Bar Tape
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Super Sticky Kush Silicone Gel Bar Tape by Supacaz
The bar tape of choice for three-time World Champion, Peter Sagan, Supacaz's Super Sticky Kush Silicone Gel Bar Tape brings you an insanely smooth ride and tacky hand feel thanks to its silicone gel-injected design. A Super Sticky PU top layer provides an unbelievably supple hand feel that remains tacky even in wet conditions while also proving resistant to UV rays, weather, and sweat. Then, the Kush Foam middle layer maximizes dampening and shock-absorption for improved handling around corners, downhill, and through rough and rowdy conditions. Going the extra mile for comfort, a silicone gel backing adds even more vibration dampening and overall comfort. An embossed Supacaz pattern rounds things out with unique style and moisture-wicking performance for a glue-like grip. This set includes two tape rolls of Super Sticky Kush Silicone Gel, two aluminum laser-etched Star Plugz, and two high-end rubberized finish tapes.

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