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OneUp ComponentsGrips

$25.00

Item # OUC0015

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Item # OUC0015
Description

Grips

We've been thoroughly impressed with OneUp Components' pedals, chainrings, tools, and dropper posts, so when we heard that they started making grips we had high expectations. Thankfully, the OneUp Grips do not disappoint, thanks to an ergonomic shape that's designed to reduce arm pump and hand numbness. This is achieved by replacing the hard outer clamp of dual sided lock-on grips with extra rubber that serves to cushion the heel of your palm, improving comfort on long rides and chunky descents. The diamond knurled texture with saw tooth finger ramps provides plenty of traction without needing to death-grip the bars, which ultimately means less arm pump and fatigue. Plus, they're available in six different colors so you can add a touch of flare to your steed.

  • Low-profile grips designed to reduce arm pump and hand numbness
  • Tacky compound and refined texture provide a boost of traction
  • More traction means less death-gripping and less arm pump
  • Extra rubber cushions your palm on long rides and rough descents

Tech Specs
Material20A durometer rubber
Lock Onsingle-sided
Width136mm
Recommended Usemountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty1 year
Weight

Actual Weight

Green, Set
95g
3.35oz
Orange, Set
95g
3.35oz
Red, Set
95g
3.35oz
Turquoise, Set
n/a
n/a

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[pair] 3.4oz
97g

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

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Only Grips I'll Use!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought
OS
Height
5` 3"

I’ve been using these grips for about a year and I’m already on my 2nd pair! (I should add I ride minimum 3x a week and I also crash semi-frequently. So they don’t wear out super fast, I just use them a lot!) I can also comment that they hold up pretty well in a crash. They are super grippy but still give a good bar feel, and I feel like they reduce my hand fatigue. The single lock-on is nice and simple, but there’s a plastic lining inside the grips to make them a little stiffer like a dual-sided lock-on. I wear a size L glove if I’m buying women’s gloves or a size M if I’m buying men’s, so I have a pretty average-sized hand (some of my smaller handed friends say these are a little too big for them, but I don’t have personal experience with that). Pair these with the OneUp Bars for a fire combo that has enough flex to reduce hand fatigue, but still has a grippy and confident feel.

>Rating: 2

Not what I hoped for

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Height
5` 6"
Weight
126 lbs

I got these for more comfort on longer rides. I've used them on two rides now first was only 5 miles of gnar and I already noticed they gave me hand fatigue I didn't have before but the grip is amazing. The next ride was 12 miles and my hands were super uncomfortable. Normally up to 16 miles without any hand discomfort. So I think they would work for someone else but just not for small hands.

>Rating: 3

Small

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

Theyre very small. I wear a size large fox glove (like my gloves to run a little small), and my hands were done after using these. They seem like awesome grips for small hands, but if you've got bigger hands I would suggest Deity knuckledusters.

>Rating: 3

Decent grips

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

These are decent lock on grips. Easy install. The grips have raised ridges on them for, assuming, better hand 'grip-tion". The rubber isn't all the stiff/thick and with light abuse, may not hold up for the long term (vs. Oury lock ons), but will prolly do the job.