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ESI Grips
Extra Chunky Mountain Bike Grips

5 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
$23.99
Color:Blue

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Extra Chunky Mountain Bike Grips

If you like your handlebar grips how you prefer your peanut butter, saddle up with the ESI Grips Extra Chunky Mountain Bike Grips. They provide a beefy 34mm diameter for sure handling and a comfortable ride and are made of 100% silicone for slip-free purchase in rain or shine. The Extra Chunky grips are latex free and resistant to severe temperatures, which means they'll be protecting your hands for the long haul.


Details

  • Plush grips for cushioning the trail
  • Thick cushion takes the sting out of rough singletrack
  • 100% silicone construction keeps your grip slip-free
  • Severe temperature resistant to stay in it for the long haul
  • Item #ESI0007
Material
100% silicone
Lock On
no
Width
34mm
Claimed Weight
2.8oz (80g)
Manufacturer Warranty
30 days

Overall Rating

5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 2, 2024

Extra Chunky Grips for the Win!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
XL
Height:
5' 11"
Weight:
205

I bought a pair of the extra chunky grips after trying many other grips. I am 49 and ride my mountain bike on desert terrain trails. My hands start tingling and going numb and being very uncomfortable after about 3 miles of riding. I have tried about 6 different pairs of grips and nothing has helped. These bad boys did the trick! No numbness or discomfort on the 8 rides I have done and up to 12 miles per ride. I will buy these again and again!

William H
5 out of 5 stars

January 18, 2021

My go to Grips for all my flatbar bikes

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've been using these on my bikes for years now. I prefer the Chunky over the Extra Chunky, but for rigid bikes or hardtails the Extra Chunky has a little more cushion. The hand feel is better to me on the regular Chunky version. These are so much more comfy than rubber grips and keep the hands feeling good after a hard day of riding. I have fairly large hands (glove size L) so I can use either thickness comfortably. However if you have smaller hands the Extra Chunky might be too much. I get a pretty good amount of life out of these but they do tear easier than some harder rubber grips, especially around the bar end areas. I don't get any throttle after installing these with some rubbing alcohol which can't be said about other brands like Oury. The only downside is that riding gloveless if you get sweaty hands these start to become a little slippery after some time on the bike.

Tyler P
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

5 out of 5 stars

October 28, 2020

Only MTB grip I use

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I switched to ESI Chunkys on a friend's recommendation after suffering sore forearms for a week from riding the LPS with normal rubber grips. I haven't used anything else since. Recently stepped up to the Extra Chunky and love the extra volume. If you happen to forget your gloves at home, the Chunkys will save your hands. Good gripiness even with sweat and no blisters. I've had one or two grips split from falls where the handlebar end hit the ground and a rock must have pierced the grip. Otherwise, they've been durable and I'll take a grip I have to replace every now and then for the superior grip and comfort.

Jared Z
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com