Chunky / fat grips recommendations please!
Easton lock-on’s come in thick 33mm size.Posted 11 months ago
I’ve got a set on my HT to add some comfort. Early days, but they are big! Feels like riding a motorbike without gloves. They are bigger than the fat ESI’s I had previously. Also really nice quality with the integrated end cap. At £10 they’re a bargain!chakapingSubscriber
I like thick-ish grips and just picked up a pair of DMR Deathgrips in thin/hard – I love them and they are neither thin or hard really.
The thick version was too fat for me, but may be just the ticket for you. I’d go for the hard compound, the soft felt like it’d wear very quick.Posted 11 months agofunkmasterpSubscriber
If you’ve got big hands Chromag do a wider grip. I have a pair that I’m taking off my current bike tomorrow (I don’t have big hands). End caps are scratched to buggery, but other than that they are in great condition. If you cover the postage I’ll send you them if you want?
The ones in the below link. They are great grips, but surface area is just a little big for me. If you’re interested my email is in my profile and I can forward pictures.Posted 11 months agoNorthwindSubscriber
DirtyLyle – Member
So ESIs are squidgy, and not foamy comfortable? I was envisaging some nice cheap shock absorption. Is that not the case? Why are people so keen on them then?
The fat ones are. I love the slim ones, they have just the right amount of give but the chunkies and extra chunkies are thick and soft.Posted 11 months ago
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