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    Anyone using ODI Yeti grips?

    I'm looking for grips and saw that ODI makes a Yeti branded lock-on. I have heard RAVE reviews about the ODI Rogue and the Yeti grip looks similar.

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    I have them in black and love them.

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    Yep- great set of grips.
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    I am keeping mine on my new non-Yeti team build. They give me the best confidence.

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    Got them on my Yeti and love them

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    Yeti Hardcore Grips > Components > Handlebars and Stems > Grips | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop

    I just put those on my bike, haven't ridden yet but like the way they feel, thinking about ordering some ODI lock-ons for the end of the bar, just to be sure. and because the lock-ons look cooler than the end cap they came with

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    I have several sets on various bikes. They are great!

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    I use these along with SRAM grip shift

    ODI Lock-On Grip - Yeti Hardcore Twist > Components > Handlebars and Stems > Grips | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop

    Look cool, feel good.

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    Yes and DOIT

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    Got a white set - they feel great.

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    Man get the griops,...Are amazing i dind't know until i bought my Yeti ..before i had a lot of callus and pain in my hands ..I tried the specialized girp but nothing.
    They ODIS are a little expensive and no too light but they will put a smile in your face

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike87 View Post
    I have several sets on various bikes. They are great!
    Same here. Starting to look for a new set, looks like Jenson has them? Would love to find them in red, or any other color than black, tho.
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    Best grips out there. Grippy, comfortable... and SWEET looking!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by LCW View Post
    Best grips out there. Grippy, comfortable... and SWEET looking!!

    I agree with LCW - i have both black and turq on our Yeti's

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    Don't like them myself. Too big, bulky and harsh on the hands. I actually prefer the thinner Yeti own brand grip that comes stock with the bike. I think they now do these in half lock on.

    I run ESI chunky grips. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rael View Post
    I use these along with SRAM grip shift
    Do you use them with the newer Grip Shift models, the 2x10 or 1x11, or with the older models?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofbiscuits View Post
    Too big, bulky and harsh on the hands.
    I like them beCAUSE they are bulky, I have large hands (and you know what THAT means!). And they are the cushiest grips out there, I can't see how they would be harsh.
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    Got them on my AS-X - great grips. Got ODI for my Trek as well.

    Here is a pic of them:

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