Clutch

¥6,500

Dimples for the palm, waffle for the fingers.

The Clutch grip combines traction and comfort. The waffle tread is specifically shaped to the fingers and oriented for traction in varied conditions.  The diameter is narrow at 30mm, with an extra wide 150mm overall platform.  The Clutch is built from our special 20a durometer compound.  Weighing in at 100g /pair.

Chromag grips feature our unique ‘Split-Teardrop’ end clamp which effectively covers the bar end while still utilising a true pinch-clamp for the best purchase to the bar.

Durometer // 20a
Length // 150mm
Diameter// 30mm
End Clamp // Split-Teardrop
Weight // 113g/pair

Click here to view the grip user guide.

Customer Reviews

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katie h.

Clutch

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Hannes F.
Awsome grips

Good stuff
I´m a part of the extended family of chromag.
These grips are so good, great for Freeriding and Dirtjumps.
So good to have a long grip to catch barspins with.
Those ones never disappoint.
Cheers
Shred hard

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Eoin
Great grip

I run Squarewave grips on any bike that sees rough terrain but I decided to try the clutch on my dj bike and love it. It's a great length and offers really good grip both gloved and glove less.

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KCGC
Great grips

Excellent grips and priced fairly. Ive had two other Chromag grips on my previous bike. My new build I added a Chromag BZA carbon bar and went with the clutch grip after some recommendations. These grips are now my “go to” grips. Ive put a good chunk of riding in this year even with covid and the grips probably have another season in them, thats impressive! Feel awesome and look good too! I dont mind the extra width.

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Mike R.
Great wide grips

I love chromag grips - they are good and wide, wear well, and the teardrop bar end is super solid, prevents the grips from moving and ensure you don't take earth core samples with you on your rides.

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eric m.
Chromag Clutch grips

This is my first pair of slip-on and tighten down grips. Love them! The grip are long, which allows me to take my fingers off my shifters and and get a "all fingers grip" on the handle bars when I'm riding the open roads. This allows my hands rest as well. No more hair spray or wrestling with other grips for me, I'll never go back to the non-slide on type again. They may be a little more cash but they are worth the added convienence and ease of removing and installation.