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helps numbness I thinkI got these to help keep my hands from going numb...There is more material toward the ends to help spread the pressure..I think it helps but I didn't do a real before and after study...I have gone on a few rides with them and younger people were complaining of numbness more than I was. They had grips that come on their pretty expensive bikes. So I think it helps and they look pretty good....especially on my cheap bike4Very good feel to these handlebar gripsVery good feel to these handlebar grips. When installing them I used ordinary rubbing alcohol. You must have something to lubricate the handlebar to enable you to slide the grip onto the handlebar. Once they are installed they are firmly anchored. It would be very hard to get them off once the alcohol dries. Likely you would have to cut them off.5Good gripsI thought they would be softer on my palms. Firmer than I expected. My hands tend to get numb on longer rides. I was hoping these would help. I still like them and they are probably fine for the serious riders. I'm just trying to get in a few days of riding a week for exercise.3Excellent upgrade to replace round hard rubber gripsExcellent upgrade to replace round hard rubber grips. The palm pad really takes the strain off your wrists. Ignore the advice of using hair spray or soapy water or WD-40. Use isopropyl alcohol to remove old grips and to install the new ones. The alcohol acts as a lubricant but then dries quickly leaving no residue. If you use any kind of oil or soap you will have grips that are prone to rotate. Hairspray is also a no-no. Over time hairspray gets gummy and again will allow the grips to rotate5Spit is the secret to installationI tried installing these on my bike after I made the poor decision of letting my bike sit outside for a year. After removing the old grips, I went to slide one of these bad boys on only for it to get stuck less than an inch in. How the flip are you supposed to get them on? So I googled it and somebody recommended just spitting on the bare metal handlebar and rub it around evenly before sliding the grips on. Tell you what - worked perfectly. Got those badboys on quick!5Got A (Good) GripThere's not much for me to say regarding these Schwinn grips other than the fact that this is the 2nd set I've purchased; the first one wearing out after a longer than expected use, many miles. For me, these provide a secure, comfortable grip for my MTB and add to that they're somewhat adjustable (in terms of rotation) on the bar to accommodate the most efficient and comfortable position, it all makes for a good buy in my book5Easy upgradeThe size was perfect. I used calipers to measure the diameter of my wife's bicycle's handlebars (22 mm) and these grips fit perfectly. I used pliers to pull off the old grips and used a little Windex to help get these on.My wife seems to like them. The funny thing is that she had me turn the grips 180 degrees so they're backwards. She says they're actually more comfortable to her that way.4Easy application and total comfort.Replaced the useless stock grips on my cafe bike. Rode 12mi with no hand numbness or other discomfort. With the stock grips, my hand would go numb within 2mi. Installation was simple drizzling rubbing alcohol down the grip then placing on handlebar and twisting to proper position. So far I love them!5Get a grip, dude.These grips, when positioned "just right" are very comfortable. They not only have a nice palm flair, they also are shaped to allow extending the fingers. They are made of some sort of high quality vinyl that does not disintegrate from summer sun nor turn your hands black and are "grooved" to greatly reduce "sweat soaking".5Way better than stock GT grips and a great priceGT grips that came with the bike were just about worthless, they kept your hand from moving on bars but had no padding and the logo/design caused me to lose circulation to hands after a while. Got these and put them on (with great difficulty but that is the nature of the beast with grips) and they are WAY better. The narrow front edge allows you to grip with fingers and not as much with thumb giving you a more balanced feel and keeps from cutting off blood circulation. Also this design allows you to hang back off bars with more confidence for steep hills. Padding is not very thick but smooths out the ride significantly. So far these are a great improvement and even if they don't last too long I will be happy with this purchase (although I see no reason why they won't last, don't seem flimsy or brittle or anything)5
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