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  • TuckerUK
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    I use ODI Rogue Lock-Ons, thinking they might not be padded enough for you?

    LoCo
    Member

    ODI TLD ones, however, have had a couple of sets on back order for months though can’t find any in anything other than purple locally 🙁

    ODI Intense here. Nice shape, a bit Goldilocks (Not too thin, not too thick, etc.) and then have a semi-flange. Which is nice.

    Rob Hilton
    Member

    ODI Yetis & Rogues here – Yetis very squidgy.

    Burls72
    Member

    Ruffians here, do wear quickly tho.

    Luminous
    Member

    ODI cross trainers here.

    Only problem I had was that the lock rings on two of my sets were made of cheese and I had to drill and re-tap the screw holes and use oversized screws.

    But I still like them.

    Premier Icon brassneck
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    Cheap ass Superstar ones have been just fine for me

    Premier Icon GavinB
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    For uber-amounts of padding/comfort the Oury lock-ons are really good. In fact I may have a set kicking around you can have for a few quid, in good nick, as I’ve found that I prefer a narrower profile.

    Drop me a line if you like.

    rewski
    Member

    Hi Gavinb – I’ll take you up on that, will email you.

    Thanks all.

    Android
    Member

    I like the Specialized BG ones with the flats on them.

    rewski
    Member

    I’m after a lock-on, not too thin with decent padding to absorb some downhill shock, had a wrist operation back in Jan and finding the stock zesty ones a little harsh, was thinking ODI Ruffians?

    loving these at the moment

    Really like the ODI Troy Lees – I have soft office boy hands, and they usually blister a lot on DH trips, but with the ODIs, I didn’t suffer at all in Finale Ligure recently, despite four solid days DH

    I use odi Ourys…tho they may be a bit to much squish for some

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