Joystick Binary Single Clamp Lock On Grips

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With names like Loic Bruni and Finn Iles behind them, Joystick are a brand focused on providing fantastic value for quality. This is especially true with their Binary series of components. 

Designed for any type of bike, the Joystick Binary Single Clamp Lock-On grip has been designed with two grip patterns and a half waffle to provide the best hold! The central grip area is knurled which has the perfect amount of resistance when twisting and turning your handlebars, and the outer and innermost sections of the grip have wide, deep grooves that offer plenty of friction for your hands to grab on to. On the underside of the grip is a half waffle pattern for the fingertips to hang onto. The Binary single side lock has a combination of all the best grip patterns for an unrivalled hold on your bike so you can focus on riding.

Features:

  • Soft and durable low profile rubber
  • Single sided locking collar
  • Central knurled pattern
  • Channelled side patterns
  • Waffle pattern for the fingertips
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