Sensus The Swayze grips review



Sensus/ODI The Swayze grips by Cam Zink

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70.0 out of 5 stars

"Freeride-friendly grips that are thin, comfy and stay where you want them"

Wednesday, November 2, 2011 12.00pm By

Designed with help from freerider Cameron Zink and made by ODI, these grips from Sensus are super-thin, and the wavy pattern is great to hold with or without gloves. They’re not too slippery when wet either.

The flanges have cut marks for use with a shifter, which we used and were perfect. You can completely cut the flange off if it’s not your thing. The grips weren’t easy to get on, but once on the bars, they stayed there surprisingly well, considering they're not lock-ons. The end caps included are super-long and fit into the bar well, so a simple scuff won’t just pull them out.

This article was originally published in Mountain Biking UK magazine.

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* Ribber pattern for comfort and control * Constructed of ODI's proprietary grip compound for comfort and durability * Includes ODI 2-color Push-In Plugs * Black, Red, Puple or White

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