Affinity already makes some of the best PRO SCOOTER BARS in the world but really stepped it up with the Affinity XL T Titanium bars. If you are looking at these bars, you know what they are. Titanium bars offer the perfect cross between aluminum and steel. They are as light as aluminum but as durable as steel. Following the formula for success of their Classic XL T bars, the titanium version of the bars remain 24 inches wide by 28 inches tall. With other manufacturers pricing titanium bars at over $300, the XL T titanium bars are a steal at just over $200.
Affinity Ti bars are 28" tall by 24" wide. Pro scooter bars that are 28+" Tall were designed for a select few riders who are either very tall or true pro riders. As a general rule, scooter bars should sit around waist height when standing on the deck. Affinity titanium bars are 24-25.99" Wide. Although bar height and width are highly influenced by personal preference, as a general rule, bar width should be similar to the rider's shoulder width.
Affinity titanium bars are a T-Bar that Affinity designed for park and street riding. Your riding style determines the bar material that you should purchase: aluminum, steel, or titanium. Titanium scooter bars offer the best of both aluminum and steel bars but are extremely expensive and usually reserved for pro riders who need both light weight and durability to compete. Scooter compression plays a very important role in deciding which pro scooter bar to buy. The Affinity XL T bars do not have a slit and are compatible with the following types of compression: SCS
What could be better than riding Affinity XL T bars? Riding Affinity XL T Titanium bars, of course. If you haven't heard, titanium bars are the rage these days for a couple of reasons. They are as light as aluminum AND as strong as steel. If you haven't picked up a pair of titanium bars, go to your local shop and pick up a pair of steel bars, then these titanium bars. You'll be amazed - they're insanely light and just as strong. Are they worth the $220 that you'll have to plunk down to own a pair? We sure think so. You may never have to buy another pair of bars again.