The Envy Reaper V3 bar is simply the most popular aluminum bars of all time and now it gets even better for the taller riders. The new XL Reapers are 28 inches tall, making them perfect for the tall rider who wants aluminum bars but didn't have an option for tall enough bars...until now. Unlike the OG Reaper bars, the XL Reaper bars don't have a slit and are compatible with SCS compression so if you're a tall rider looking for a super light aluminum bar, look no further than the awesome new Reaper V3 XL bars!
Envy Reaper Bars are 28.34" tall by 22.83" wide. PRO SCOOTER BARS that are 28-29.99" 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. Reaper bars are 22-23.99" 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.
Envy scooter bars are a Y-Bar that Envy designed for Park riding. Your riding style determines the bar material that you should purchase: aluminum, steel, or titanium. Aluminum scooter bars are the choice of most park riders due to their extreme light weight. However, what you need to know about aluminum bars is that they usually only carry a 30 day warranty due to them being prone to crack at the weld when ridden aggressively. If you are going for the lightest possible pro scooter and don't care about durability, aluminum bars are for you. Scooter compression plays a very important role in deciding which pro scooter bar to buy. The Reaper V3 bars come standard with a slit and are compatible with the following types of compression: SCS. If you are looking for the ultimate Park bar, the Reaper Scooter Bars are the scooter bars for you!
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These bars are just right for me. I’d call them medium flex in the down tube and ridged in the top bar. The flex coming from an Affinity oversized steel T bar is noticeable, but I’m light and they feel great with a 4” scs and a 1 and 1/8” wooden dowel hammered in:) The back sweep is also significant for me, my hands and grip position and how my arms leverage for my manual stance. It’s hard to find backswept bars that allow for a more narrow grip like these.