We typically think of fading in the saddle as a bad thing. With Supacaz's Super Sticky Kush Star Fade Bar Tape, that's not the case. Necessarily. You might still find yourself pedaling squares while trying to hang on in a finale, but at least your tape's fade won't be a negative. The tape's not all style, of course. It has a uniquely tacky face material and a thin layer of cushion that absorbs more road noise than it has any right to do. 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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