Envy has just dropped another fresh rider collaboration. Envy teamed up with Pro Scooter Rider Will Scott to create a premium range of hand grips for all riders, whether you're beginner, intermediate or advanced. Combining Will's aesthetic with Envy's quality manufacturing to create the perfect premium Handgrip. The new Will Scott grips use Envy's unique thermoplastic rubber compounds and boast durability, distinctive design, and ultimate comfort. As with all Envy hand grips, the Will Scott signature grips are also specially designed for longevity, as they are thicker and longer - 170mm long and 7mm Thick. Envy has upgraded the bar ends with their interchangeable halo bar end design utilizing nylon plugs with alloy rings. The combination of light weight nylon with the alloy rings are sure to be durable enough to take a beating. Envy Grips are 6.7" PRO SCOOTER GRIPS. Envy Scooter Grips are a 6 inch grip, which is a pretty standard grip length that will fit just about every scooter bar on the market. As bars get wider, so do grips. If you have 24 inch wide bars or wider, you may want to pick up the Envy Scooter Grips, as they are a little bit longer than your standard 6 inch grip and will give you more to grab when you are perfecting that bar spin. The Envy Will Scott Grips have the best of both worlds - durability and a super soft and comfortable feel.
Envy Pro Scooter Grips - Will Scott Signature Specifications
6.7 inches long
feature Envy's new interchangable Halo bar ends
offer soft feel and the ultimate grip
bar ends included for both steel and aluminum bars
Sold in pairs
Available colors: BLACK, BLACK/TEAL, CLEAR, GREEN/TEAL, PURPLE/TEAL
- TEMPORARY SALE PRICING IN EFFECT THRU 9/28/2022 - 8% OFF RETAIL!
- SAME DAY SHIPPING (when ordered by 2pm CST)
When purchasing grips for your scooter, make sure that new grips have bar ends that are compatible with your bars - aluminum or steel. Steel bars have a wider inner diameter in the cross bar than aluminum bars. Unless you have an air gun to remove and install the grips, you will most likely need to cut off the old grips and install the new ones with a little bit of soap and water. Alternatively, your local scooter or bike shop most likely has the proper equipment to remove and install your new grips.
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