Specialized Enduro Grips

 
4.0 stars
 (9 Reviews)
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Description

Specialized's Enduro Grips feature multiple densities of rubber for vibration damping and comfort. Outside there's softer rubber and a textured pattern for a non-slip grip, while the inner cores sport harder rubber, which keeps the grips in place on the handlebars.

Consumer Reviews

 
4.0 stars

(9 reviews)

66% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy To Install  (7)
  • Does Not Slip  (7)
  • Comfortable  (5)
  • Durable  (4)
  • None 

Cons

  • Rubber Wears Easily  (3)
  • Causes Numbness  (3)
  • Has no grip 
  • Rips easy 
  • Slips On Bar 

Best Uses

  • Mountain Biking  (6)
  • BMX  (3)
  • Sitting in a garage 
  • Road Biking 

 
5.0
Jul 04, 2014

awesome

Pros:
Durable, Easy To Install, Comfortable, Does Not Slip
Cons:
Best Uses:
BMX
These grips are great grips and work great on a BMX or stunt scooter. They are very comfortable on your hands and you don't have to use gloves. You should deffenetly buy these grips they are awesome.
by Cam from Nova Scocia, Canada

 
5.0
Jul 24, 2010

Good Grips

Pros:
Comfortable
Cons:
Best Uses:
Mountain Biking, BMX
Comfortable, affordable, no frills grips. What more do you really need?
by Sir-biffs-a-lot from Guilford, CT

 
4.0
Aug 13, 2009

i would put this on every bike i own

Pros:
Does Not Slip, Easy To Install, Comfortable
Cons:
Slips On Bar
Best Uses:
Mountain Biking
mostly used on cross country trails while wearing gloves. your hands will never slip off. they provide great control and comfort simultaneously. great product
by wing ching from Westchester, NY

 
4.0
Jun 03, 2009

Ok

Pros:
Does Not Slip, Easy To Install, Durable
Cons:
Causes Numbness
Best Uses:
Mountain Biking
pretty good, bought them cause stock grips riped, not bad for ther price
by sunshine from colorado springs, CA

 
1.0
Jan 12, 2009

These suck!

Pros:
None
Cons:
Has no grip, Rubber Wears Easily, Rips easy
Best Uses:
Sitting in a garage
yah they r cheap but they suck! dont get these invest [$] in good quality grips!
by Azonic rider from Santa cruz

 
2.0
Sep 05, 2008

too hard

Pros:
Easy To Install, Does Not Slip
Cons:
Causes Numbness
Best Uses:
Mountain Biking
you may as well use old tubes and wrap them on your handlebars, these leave little cushion. they look nice but feel lousy
by fatcat from los angeles

 
2.0
May 06, 2008

Stay away

Pros:
Easy To Install, Does Not Slip
Cons:
Causes Numbness, Rubber Wears Easily
Best Uses:
Mountain Biking
Although cheap in price compared to Ergon MP1 grips(Enduro) they are far worse. If you are planning on riding alot, especially rooty trails, I'd suggest staying away from these grips unless you have top of the line gel gloves(full hand).
by Truth Be Told from Morristown, NJ

 
5.0
Apr 22, 2008

these are one of the best grips ive had

Pros:
Comfortable, Does Not Slip, Durable, Easy To Install
Cons:
Rubber Wears Easily
Best Uses:
BMX
these grips are good they help slip but ware somewhat quick but are still my favorite
by ty from mesa,az

 
5.0
Jul 20, 2007

I like'm!

Pros:
Comfortable, Easy To Install, Durable, Does Not Slip
Cons:
Best Uses:
Mountain Biking, Road Biking
I've used'em on dirt drops and on flat bars.They install easily and stay on.they're nice and spongey but have lasted well.I will order another set for my new touring rig...
by Pistol Pete from Az!