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Deity Dirty30 2010 Handlebar (discontinued)

Average User Rating: (Spectacular)
Discontinued
Deity Dirty30 2010 Handlebar deity_Dirty30

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“own two pairs”

The Good: They have an awesome feel, width and are strong. The anodized red is amazing and doesnt scratch up, still looks brand new after a summer of being on my 951

The Bad: The white is still powder coated and with scratch off really easily.

Overall Review: 5 out of 5 for the anodized ones, 4 out 5 for the powder coated white ones. Rounded up and gave them 5 stars.

“best bar I've ever owned (last years model)”

The Good: the weight, it's so light. The bend, its PERFECT! the width, is amazing,

The Bad: paint is easily scratched

Overall Review: this is honestly the best set of bars I've ever owned. I came from riding a 28" bar, and it totally changed my riding, bigger jumps, bigger whips, bigger confidence. get these bars, you will not be disappointed

“These bars fundamentally changed me as a rider...”

The Good: After a few rides with the 30'' you'll never go back. Seriously. They made me such a more confident, controlled rider. Now when I hop on a friends bike, the typical 26-28'' bars feel like a wobbly unstable mess.

The Bad: Nothing! The older generation had powder coating that scuffed up quickly, but that was fixed with the new ones!

Overall Review: If there is any product I'm adamant about, these bars are it. Like I said, it changed me as a rider. If your running anything less than 30'' on your xc/trail/DH bike, do yourself a favor and try these out!

“Amazing bars”

The Good: perfect width and ride height.

The Bad: nothing - order these bars and they'll get to your door lickedy split.

Overall Review: Light weight, great FR/DH bar. I bought these to put on my dads Rune. His riding instantly got better. The great ride height and width made him way more comfortable and confident on his bike. I'm building another Rune and I wouldn't think of buying anything else.

“Raddest bars out.”

The Good: They've stood up to some big drops to flat, some huge impacts, and a lot of ditching and bailing. Light as hell and decent angles.

The Bad: Mine were the old generation, which had a powdercoated and pretty weak finish.

Overall Review: That a light-weight DH bar can stand up to abuse and bails on a street hardtail for one season and counting says enough. Five stars.

“Great bar from and Idaho Based Company”

The Good: Great feel, nice and wide, appealing graphics, great company to work with.

The Bad: Notta, Zilch, Zip...

Overall Review: First I gotta give props to Deity for making fantastic components at great prices. They're doing a great job. The Dirty30 is exception. It looks great, has modest price, and the angles are spot on. I'm currently using this bar on my Santa Cruz Nomad Carbon, which I feel must be a winning combo because I feel the bike can be ridden anywhere. Sure it can't be all the bars doing - but, it is where my hands go, and they like it. Otherwise, the bar looks great and attracts a lot of attention. Which is good or bad depending if you need attention I guess. Definitely adds value to any bike. Five Stars.

Specifications

Riding Type Trail, Freeride, Downhill
Material Custom Drawn 7075 T6 double butted aluminum
Clamp Size 31.8mm
Width 30" (760mm)
Rise 25mm
Upsweep 5 degree
Backsweep 9 degree
Colors Black Ano, Red Ano, and White Powdercoat with black ano
Weight

0 lb 10.2 oz (289 g)

Miscellaneous
Price $68.00
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