Lizard Skins Peaty Lock-On Grips

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Almost as good as Ruffians

Rating:
The Good:

Durable, hard-wearing and solid looking grip

The Bad:

Not quite as comfy as half waffle Ruffians (in my opinion)

Overall Review:

If you have not ridden with lock on grips yet, you are really missing out, as much as I like to feel like I am riding a moto, twisting grips suck and lock ons fix that issue. Lizards skins has always been my go to choice for frame protection (downtube and chainstay) as I feel like they are pretty thick and durable, but until recently I had not tried their grips.

Now that that is out of the way we can get to the grips. In terms of look and feel, they have the same lock on clamps as ODI (think they are made by ODI in fact) which have yet to give me issues as long as I do not overtighten them. I like the laser engraved Peaty logos though Read More »

Overall Review:

If you have not ridden with lock on grips yet, you are really missing out, as much as I like to feel like I am riding a moto, twisting grips suck and lock ons fix that issue. Lizards skins has always been my go to choice for frame protection (downtube and chainstay) as I feel like they are pretty thick and durable, but until recently I had not tried their grips.

Now that that is out of the way we can get to the grips. In terms of look and feel, they have the same lock on clamps as ODI (think they are made by ODI in fact) which have yet to give me issues as long as I do not overtighten them. I like the laser engraved Peaty logos though and the fact that it says peaty on the rubber part of the grip itself. The man is a legend and so sporting his name is fine with me, maybe some of his DH prowess will wear off on me (doubtful).

Grips have been comfortable thus far, they are not a super plush or thick grip, but I like thinner grips so that was fine with me. These grips have been back and forth between my commuter bike and my enduro bike, and thus far show little wear aside from some scratches on the endcaps which is normal. Rubber compound feels tacky enough, and even riding in wet conditions I have not had issues with the grips. Although very similar I do prefer the look and feel of my half waffle grip Ruffians, but I do like these better than the standard Ruffians. Overall a solid buy, especially if you are a fan of Peaty’s like I am.

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Lizard skin Peaty grips

Rating:
The Good:

rubber grip, longevity, lock on

The Bad:

I can not think of anything

Overall Review:

There is a reason why a legend would put his name on something because it is simply awesome. I have a few pair of these hell I even put some on my wife's beach cruiser, helps her so she doesnt fall down, and every pair has worn just fine. The way I use these is I start by putting them on my "enduro" bike and by the end of the season I could still use them but I just put them on my demo to give them a new fresh start so this means i usually get minimum 2 seasons riding them.

I like the width of these and I do have gorilla hands, I run carbon bars and they lock on just fine with no spinning or special paste needed. You wont be Read More »

Overall Review:

There is a reason why a legend would put his name on something because it is simply awesome. I have a few pair of these hell I even put some on my wife's beach cruiser, helps her so she doesnt fall down, and every pair has worn just fine. The way I use these is I start by putting them on my "enduro" bike and by the end of the season I could still use them but I just put them on my demo to give them a new fresh start so this means i usually get minimum 2 seasons riding them.

I like the width of these and I do have gorilla hands, I run carbon bars and they lock on just fine with no spinning or special paste needed. You wont be disappointed in these.

A perfect grip for some

Rating:
The Good:

Lots of grip, tacky feel, nice diameter, lock on tight.

The Bad:

You can't open a beer with them, or maybe you can?

Overall Review:

For me these things are nearly perfect, but I would prefer if they came with ODI type end caps and were 150mm. If you find a Ruffians a bit narrow, these are certainly worth a try.

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Specifications

Product Lizard Skins Peaty Lock-On Grips
Riding Type Cross Country, Dirt Jump / Urban, Downhill, Freeride, Trail, Other
Length 130mm x 30.5mm diameter
Material Rubber
Colors Black, white, graphite, electric blue, fire red, neon, tangerine
8 customizable lock ring and plug colors
Weight 0 lb 4 oz (112 g)
Miscellaneous Steve Peat inspired Signature lock-on grips.
Lock-on grips include the grips, clamps, screws and plugs.
Custom lock ring engraving +$2.99
Price $29.99
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