Ergonomic handlebar grips
Ergonomic Handlebar Grips by XLC (perfect for electric scooter riders)

Ergonomic Handlebar Grips by XLC (perfect for electric scooter riders)

£12.00

  • Two-component material
  • Gel cushioning
  • Kraton surface
  • Weight: 85 g
  • Material: 100 % silicone
  • Length: 130 mm
  • Available in Black/Red, Black/Blue, Black/White, Black/Green, Black/Pink
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Description

Need more comfort during your scoot? Feeling discomfort while on a ride? Time to go ergonomic with these Ergonomic Handlebar Grips by XLC

Struggling with the orginal grips for your Kugoo G-Booster, Kugoo M4 Pro, M365 or M365 Pro, look no further than these easy to install ergonomic grips.
With a super modern and striking look, these dual colour grips are made from a strong durable dual compound.
They are ideal to replace fading or dull-looking handlebar grips.
Slide on and ride.
1 pair per set.

Designed for both electric scooters and bikes. 

Electric Scooter Handlebar Grips Package Includes:

1x Ergonomic Grips (Pair)
(Available in Black/Grey, Red/Grey, White/Grey.

Spec:

  • Dual compound
  • Shock absorbing gel grip
  • Body optimised ergonomic shape
  • Length: 135 mm
  • Diameter: 22 mm
  • Available in different colours

Ergonomic handlebar grips

Who are XLC?

XLC is not just a brand, it’s a lifestyle. In almost every aspect of cycling, XLC has everything you need to be physically, safely and carefree on your bike (or scooter in this case). They are committed to continuously expanding and already proven range, with innovative and high-quality products. 

They put their products through their paces, the certification according to international standards is a matter of course and they are committed to an always exceptional value for money.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 13 × 3 × 3 cm
Colour

Black/Grey, Red/Grey, White/Grey

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