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Brand: Oury



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  • NoLoTeks
    ****

    I bought two pair in powder blue for kids's bikes. One pair has for some reason become really soft, gummy and sticky all over. The only reason I can think of is I washed bike with small amount Dawn dish detergent but that should not be an issue. The second pair is staying like new and is just properly tacky. I'm discarding the gummy pair to landfill. These seem to be a great good looking grip for the price if you like the size & feel. (I run Ergon GE1 MTB but I'd guess these Oury are great on BMX.)

    Pros
    Shape/size feels great. Nice tack feel. Reasonable price. Very cool color choices to match/contrast bike or kit.

    Cons
    Can attract dirt. Material may have issues with cleaners (or was it just one production batch? See recommendation). Kids drop bikes cutting holes in end caps so ended up having to buy plugs (for safety) anyway.

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  • Ray Southwick
    *****

    These grips are excellent. I have ridden with and without them, and they dampen trail vibration better than any other type I've tried. Really helps my wrists. They are big, soft, and very grippy. Some claim that they are best for those with large hands, but my hands are pretty small, and they have still worked fine for me. I have had both the lock-on and regular versions. The regular versions are a little softer, because they don't have the plastic tube inside them that locks on to your handlebars. That said, the lock-ons don't move, and are plenty soft, so I still prefer them.

    The lock-ons are Odi, so they are compatible with Odi grips too, which is a plus if you should decide to use one of their grips instead down the road. Both the lock-ons and grips come in many colors (I have always had black) and even though I don't have a dropper post, I believe some dropper post levers are odi lock-on compatible, which can save you space in your cockpit.

    Pros
    Soft. Grippy. Inspire confidence. Lock-ons never move while riding, but are easy to remove if you need to. Works with Odi systems. Look great.

    Cons
    A little pricier than some, and heavier, but well worth it in my opinion.

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  • coltonpalmer
    *****

    Would recommend these, low cost high value!

    Pros
    Soft, Sticky, feel really comfy. Great value.

    Cons
    Got what I expected for the money.

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  • iliketexmex
    *****

    I just took a ride with these on my local. The fatigue in my hands decreased and I have no numbness (which I typically have after a hard run at my local trail). I did not expect any noticeable difference but the difference is stunning. I LOVE OURY GRIPS!

    Pros
    Soft, Fat and grippy

    Cons
    Colored ones show dirt.

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  • eddyz9   ✓ supporter
    *****

    Pros
    My hands don't slip off the ends of the bar. Very affordable...and they're an awesome color.

    Cons
    None

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  • bastian
    *****

    YES!

    Pros
    Everything. These grips are the The TITS! They are phat and firm, Are pretty hardy, cheaper than dirt. For AM, DH, FR they are the ones!

    Cons
    GTFOH

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  • mtberik
    ****

    Pros
    grip
    look
    durability

    Cons
    slippery when wet

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  • jtorlando25
    *****

    Your hands will love you

    Pros
    -Super affordable
    -Really fat and grippy
    -I still do not see any signs of wear after a year of use

    Cons
    -None

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  • Northstar94
    *****

    Fantastic grips overall. I ride downhill and these are the most comfortable grip I have used. Great grips for a good price.

    Pros
    look great,good price, very comfortable on long ridesof any kind.

    Cons
    none that i can find and i have ridden with these grips for years

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  • Dyno_Don
    *****

    I've used these since the 1970's when they came out for Motocross bikes, they were great then and still are, I don't see why you couldn't cut them in half and take a slice out of another oury to make them wider if you wanted, they hold the bars well as long as the bars and grips are dry when you put them on. To remove lift the end and squirt windex, dry good before reinstalling.

    Pros
    Looks, comfort, price, good for big hands, lots of color choices,

    Cons
    use end caps under the grips or you'll get holes in the end of the grips.

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