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Description

Grip it and rip.

The ESI Chunky Mountain Bike Grip delivers you a cush ride with excellent control in all conditions. The Chunky is constructed with ultra-grippy silicone, which not only secures your hold but also does a superb job of absorbing vibration. The silicone also gives you a custom fit by molding to the unique shape of your hand. ESI’s grips are offset (meaning they are slightly thicker on one side) to provide optimal vibration damping while still giving you precise steering. And with a medium thickness, the Chunky Mountain Bike Grip works well for most riders.

  • Made with silicone
  • Optimal vibration damping
  • Custom fit

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5 5

Compy and secure

I cut them to size and use them with SRAM grip shifters. They decrease hand fatigue, are comfortable and stay in place. They are a little fatter than typical grips which I find more comfortable. A big improvement in my enjoyment of riding at little cost

5 5

surprisingly good

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had seen these around on pretty nice builds and was curious as to why put on such a cheap grip. Well in this case cheap only applies to the price which makes them even cooler. They hold up well, they feel great even after some miles. And if you crash em out it won't break your heart.

4 5

Comfty grip

These grips are comfty. I used them on my main rig but ended up replacing them with Lock-ons. I change out my components a lot... Like a lot a lot. When I do that, it's painful to get them off to put in new shifters or brakes. Putting them on is butter if you use alcohol. Taking them off is a little bit of a pain, even when I'm using compressed air.

They last pretty long if you don't run into trees. If you're the type to just slap these on your bike and have them on for a while, I highly recommend them. If you plan on replacing components, or you crash into trees a lot (like me) then you might want to try lock-ons :)

5 5

Go To

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was skeptical that a non-locker would stick to the bar well enough to keep my hands in place. I've been on less comofortable lock-on grips since I got my first real mountain bike but after moving to ESI Chunky's a few years ago, I won't go back. These will be on every mountain bike I build for the foreseeable future.

5 5

Go To Grips

For XC and AM you can't go wrong with these grips. LIght and super comfy!

5 5

ESI Hands Down.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Get chunky, they are the best and don't get the gooey gunk you get from rubber grips.

5 5

BEST GRIPS OUT THERE

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have ridden and raced with these grips for several years now and have had little to no problems with them. They are super grippy with gloves no matter the condition, without gloves they can get a little slippery if your hands are wet. They are super comfortable, my hands never get sore down rough trails or get blisters. If instructions are followed to get them on they aren't super tough to get on and they won't move after that! Definitely my most preferred grip out there no matter what the ride or condition.

5 5

like holding baby angels' hands

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

^ Not sure how else to describe them. These grips are so comfortable!

5 5

Love These Grips

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these grips so much I prefer to ride with no gloves. My hands stick to them like glue and no issues with blisters after hours of riding. They are a bit of a pain to get on, but they do not move around on the Santa Cruz carbon handlebar. I only wish they came with a metal end caps that would hold up longer then the plastic.

Love These Grips
5 5

Grip

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Good soft material that stay grippy with gloves. Could be slippery when wet without gloves. Light enough. Maybe only the Lizard Skins DSP grips come close.

4 5

Good grips

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Grips are an easy way to soften up a ride, great comfort. Used to soften up a ride on a kids mtn bike that didn’t have a lot of travel/suspension. Easy install, not a lot of bulk so good for people with average to small hands.

5 5

Surprising

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It's obvious that these are squishy and absurdly comfy on long rides, but what surprised me was how grippy they are. I thought I'd be sacrificing some comfort at high speeds, but they do not move around on my bars at all and have insane grip with my gloves. I wound up in the rain recently with them, and they even stayed grippy when wet! Much more so than normal grips. Worth trying for sure, you just met use them the rest of your life.

4 5

Slipped these on my dropbars

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I slipped these on my Woodchipper drop bars (was kinda hard), and compared to bar tape, they are heaven.

5 5

You'll Never Go Back

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Once you try ESI grips you're hooked. Sure lock-ons are durable and easy to remove but those grips give up all the energy absorbing thickness to make room for the lock-ons plastic core. These have the perfect energy damping property. I tried another foam style grip from a competitor and they did not have the same high speed and low speed absorbing like the ESI grips do. And as an extra bonus, they're light.

2 5

Comfy and super light but...

...they WILL rip when you go down, and often that means they will fall of your handlebars. Try riding down a mountain griping only the naked bar...not fun. I learned, and now I stick with traditional lock-on grips that last ten times as long.

5 5

Best around

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

You can't find a better grip around. Great feel, density, and width. Also very light and cheap.

5 5

ESI grips

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Simplicity and perfection. They stick like lock ons yet feel like pillows ! I have them on every rig I own, XC, cx, all mountain, single speed. The only grip I use !

5 5

Very comfortable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been running ESI grips for almost four years now. I've tried lightweight foam grips and a variety of lock on grips, but none have the feel that the ESI chunky has. You can't go wrong with these!