Troy Lee Designs ODI Grips

Troy Lee Designs ODI Grips
Troy Lee Designs ODI Grips
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ODI Grips by Troy Lee Designs
The Troy Lee Designs ODI Lock-On Grips delivers comfort and slip-free stability in style. The ODI Grips features grooved channels to prevent mud and water buildup, and the overmolded flap offers added protection. The soft rubber blocks are designed to absorb vibration and offer a comfortable feel with maximum grip. Finally, the lock-on clamp ensures that the grip won't move. The ODI Grips come with the clamps, hardware, and end caps.

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SKU: TLD0275
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