Lock in the Perfect Line with NEW Wolf Tooth Echo Lock-On Grips
We're thrilled to introduce our newest product—Wolf Tooth Echo Lock-On Grips. These grips are designed for mountain biking in any and all forms, from XC to downhill to enduro. Echo Lock-On Grips have a 22mm internal diameter and are compatible with any standard mountain bike handlebar, whether carbon or aluminum.
An anodized aluminum collar secures the black grips to your handlebars. With eight different collar colors to choose from, you can easily match your Echo Lock-On Grips to your other Wolf Tooth accessories and components—including headsets, seatpost clamps, ReMote dropper levers, bottle cage bolts, and more. Easily tighten or loosen the collar with a 3mm hex wrench. The Echo Lock-On Grip collars are machined here at Wolf Tooth HQ and are meticulously checked for quality and precision.
Echo Lock-On Grips come standard with a set of Wolf Tooth plastic bar plugs; however, the grips are also compatible with our Alloy Bar End Plugs (pictured above) and the EnCase System Bar Kit One (pictured below).
We've specifically selected durometer 20A rubber for its softness, durability, and effective vibration damping. This soft, tacky rubber utilizes a molded, alternating diagonal pattern designed to keep riders' hands in place no matter the terrain. The center of the grip features stripes in one direction, while the inner and outer ends feature alternating stripes to prevent your hands from moving away from the center of the grip.
These are the first grips we've made that have specific sides for left and right. Echo Lock-On Grips say "WOLF" on the left side and "TOOTH" on the right. Additionally, these grips are the first to expand our existing Wolf Tooth grips product category. We first announced silicone grips in 2016 in four sizes, two shapes, and 10 colors. These include Fat Paw Grips, Karv Cam Grips, Razer Grips, and Mega Fat Paw Grips (the thickest foam grips on the market!).
Lock in the perfect line with NEW Wolf Tooth Echo Lock-On Grips, available now.