- “Trail” grips…?
My tried and trusted for years was always the ODI Rogue. There wasn’t anything else with reasonable girth for years, but now there’s a lot more options. Here’s some other grips I’ve run (or am running now) over the last few years that have compared favourably…
-Whyte Trail-V (these come OEM on lots of Whyte full sus bikes)
Anything sub 31mm I’ve found to be too narrow and cause lots of hand fatigue, none of these have caused me problems.Posted 1 month ago
Large grips are for people with big hands. Not everyone is born a carney…….. 🙄
If you have big hands then large grips mean you grip less tightly. It is almost like size of hand correlates with size of grip. But feel free to shout your baseless, illogical and poorly justified opinions at the Internet if it makes you feel better.
Edit – xl/xxl gloves are not large hands. That is marginally bigger than the average male (l/xl) according to endura rep.Posted 1 month ago
XL/xxl gloves here 🥱Posted 1 month ago
The same hands that do more than press keys on a keyboard for most of the week. 😉
Nice edit there. 😂
Make whatever justification you want up for wanting big soft grips.
No one cares.
Some people like big grips and some people don’t
Personally they make arm pump worse
Even with my small XL/XXl hands.
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