Every so often a pro scooter bar comes around that transcends all others; the Envy Reaper bars are that scooter bar! For several years running now, the Envy Reaper bars have been our hands-down best selling bar! Reaper bars gained massive popularity as soon as they were released due to their light weight and killer design. Reaper bars are the weapon of choice for every park rider looking for the lightest possible scooter!
Reaper IHC bars are 25.6" tall by 22.83" wide. PRO SCOOTER BARS that are 24-25.99" Tall are going to be perfect for the intermediate to pro riders who have a couple years of scooter riding under their belt. As a general rule, scooter bars should sit around waist height when standing on the deck. Envy 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 Reaper 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 bars come standard with a slit and are compatible with the following types of compression: IHC,SCS - with purchase of SCS adapter
Amazing customer support and got to me really fast
Great price and solid quality service. 10/10
Cool looking design, shiny aluminum looks good on with my Icon 3 deck. Very durable, good welds.
"I personally bought these in 2016 and after 3 years the hold up great. The bars look sick I really appreciate the design by flavio pasenti and there is a Scratch on the front that is because at the front if the bars hit face first it will scrape but that
"There really strong for aluminum bars"