Lizard Skin Charger Grips review£15.00

New grip on the block

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If we were to dream up our perfect grip, it would be similar to the ODI Tomac Attack, a basic mushroom model with radial rubber fins that bended and flexed under your weight. 

Unlike the ODI, though, it would lock on to our bars, and have longitudinal grooves to stop sweaty hands or wet gloves from slipping front to back.

Someone at Lizard Skins must have had the same idea, because that describes the 130mm long Charger grips exactly.

It'd be nice if they were a tenner rather than fifteen quid and if the lock-on grip lock rings were rubber-coated for comfort. Nevertheless, a treat for your hands.

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