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Get a grip on sustainability

The XR Trail Comp grip features a unique finned texture that conforms to your hand to keep you comfortable all day while you ride. Plus, a lightweight nylon CoreLock clamp holds the grip securely in place for confidence on even the most technical trails. You and your hands will both feel good knowing that the grip's core is made from recycled ocean-bound plastics.

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  1. Finned texture pattern conforms to your hand for supportive grip
  2. Rubber compound and tread design are optimised for control and comfort
  3. Grip core made with recycled ocean-bound plastic
  4. The single-clamp design maximises grip surface for secure, predictable performance
  5. Nylon CoreLock clamp offers dual clamp strength
  6. 3 mm M4 bolt increases hold and resists stripping
  7. 31 mm diameter

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A more sustainable grip

Thanks to our partnership with clean-tech recycling company Plastix, all Bontrager XR Trail MTB Grips feature a recycled core made from end-of-life fishing nets, ropes and other rigid plastics that could otherwise end up polluting our oceans.

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Conforming comfort

Conforming comfort

The grip’s unique finned texture conforms to your hand to keep you comfortable even on all day rides.

Partners for a better tomorrow

Partners for a better tomorrow

Trek is a founding member of NextWave, a cross-industry consortium of partner companies that are committed to keeping plastics in our economy and out of our oceans.

Specifications

Length 130 mm
Outer diameter 31 mm
End Type Closed
Lock-on No
Material Rubber
Weight 88g
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