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Lizard SkinsMachine Lock-On Grips


Item # LZSA03B

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  • Olive Green, Pair ($31.99)
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Item # LZSA03B

Why We Like the Machine Lock-On Grips

Lizard Skins' classic upper patterned Machine Lock-On Grips are improved with a waffle finger hold for better grip, and we love that for riding rough trails and getting some jumps in. They're lightweight at 101 grams and perfect for whatever we're throwing at them.

  • Lizard Skins' lock-on mountain bike grip for getting sendy
  • Single-sided lock-on design for more usable purchase
  • Classic upper pattern with a waffle finger hold offers better grip
  • Perfect for rough trails and getting after big air

Tech Specs
Lock Onsingle-sided
Recommended Usemountain biking
Manufacturer Warrantylimited

Actual Weight

Olive Green, Pair

Claimed Weight

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Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?



Will these grips fit a 31.8 mm bar on my specialized sirrus x2.0?

>Rating: 5

1/2 the collars = twice as cool

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Been rocking other "normal" lizard skins grips for years with the clamping collar on both ends. Having the collar only inside and just nice soft rubber all the way out to the edge on these is nice! More comfort and room for your hands, less carnage in the parking lot when you zing your car door. And what you can't see on here is that instead of an open ended grip and a plastic plug, the whole end of the grip is finished and sealed off around the handlebar. Not only is that quite a bit safer for the rare impaling incidents, but I think it looks way better. All very nitpicky things... but if you need a fresh set of grips or are building up a new bike these are a very cool option. The thickness is medium I would say. I used to rock the Moab grips from Lizard skins, and these are slightly chunkier but still don't feel too thick to me.