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Lucky 2.0 Vice Grips

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  • Grips are grips you might think, but Lucky feels grips are the connection between you and your scooter. Some grips are grippy but ugly, some look good but get sweaty easily. Some are too long, some too short. Well the Vice grips are here to save your struggle. The 2.0 ViceGrips are not only super grippy but they are soooo comfortable. Lucky took their original Vicegrips and made them more durable, more comfortable, and more stylish. The Vicegrips 2.0 are the best scooter grips in the industry, hands down! The 2.0 ViceGrips™ are not only super grippy but they are soooo comfortable. We took our Vicegrips and made them more durable, more comfortable, and more stylish. The Vicegrips 2.0 are the best scooter grips in the industry, hands down! Hey, they’ll even fit your bike! of their wildly popular grips and there is even more to love in the new version of the grips. They are now 7 inches long, super comfy and grippy, have killer graphics, and come with 2 sets of bar ends, one for aluminum bars and one for steel bars so they will work with any PRO SCOOTER BARS on the market. Lucky Grips are 6" PRO SCOOTER GRIPS. Lucky 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. The Lucky Vice Grips have the best of both worlds - durability and a super soft and comfortable feel.

  • Lucky 2.0 Vice Grips Specifications

      • Length: 6"
      • Bar Ends: Clover logo bar ends included
      • Sold as a pair
      • Weight: 0.2lbs (91g) - for two
      • Available colors: BLACK, BLACK/BLUE, BLACK/GREEN, BLACK/TEAL, BLACK/WHITE, PURPLE, RED/BLUE, RUSH, TEAL, WHITE

          - 5% DISCOUNT APPLIED AT CHECKOUT!

          - 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.