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"TOGS provide a handy place to hook your thumbs"


Control - Comfort - Climbing

Control - Togs thumb grips add a
control point to the top of the bar. 
Control the bar with your thumbs
and conveniently index shift and
brake from the Togs position. 
 

Comfort - Togs give your hands
and wrists a change of  position
This means less wrist flexing and
hand clenching, making an overall
happier ride. Great for hand issues.
 

Climb - 
Togs excel at climbing both
in and out of the saddle. Gain climb
-ing leverage on top of the bar, w/o
grabbing it.

Matt Behrens (Competitive Cyclist) Tog climbing with one lap to go Pro XCT.
 

USERS

Togs are great for commuters, recreational bikers and racers alike. They fit nearly all handlebars and grips, including lock-on grips (standard 22.2 mm diameter). Togs are not ideally suited for grip-shift setups.  

 

Togs in use (30 seconds)

 

Construction

Togs are made in the USA from reinforced nylon resin.  Carbon Togs are made from 40% Carbon Fiber and are hinged for easy install on the bar without removing grips. 

   

Installation


Togs Installation (1:49) with Payson McElveen 2017 USA MTB Marathon National Champion


Hinged Model 




Ring Model


Installation Notes

  • If you don't have it already, make space for Togs between your grip and components. Consult BikeRadar's cockpit setup guide, for general component setup advice
  • Lightly tighten Togs until snug. Togs should rotate on the bar when forced. Move Togs while riding, to find your desired position(s). 
  • Most riders find that Togs function best with shorter grips (~115 mm). Shorter grips allow for quick transition into Togs without sliding your hands inboard while also freeing up space on the bar. Custom ESI 115 mm grips are available in the Togs store. OURY, Ergon and other companies also make shorter grips.



Race Proven

Some 1st place results using Togs 2017 season

1st Pro Fat Bike NationalsAmi Stuart (Hyperthreads)
1st Pro Palo Duro MTB Marathon, Carson Lange (Competitive Cyclist)
1st Pro Discomfort Marathon, Payson McElveen (Orange Seal, Trek)
1st Pro Sweaty Yeti, Justin Lindine (Apex, NBX, Hyperthreads)
1st Pro Snowball Special, Chris Stuart (Pivot Cycles, TRP)
1st Pro ICUP Cactus Hugger, Ami Stuart (Hyperthreads)
1st Pro True Grit Epic, Keegan Swenson (Cannondale 3Rox)

1st Pro UCI Bonelli Park STXC, Christopher Blevins (Axeon, Specialized)
1st Pro  XTERRA Renegade Off Road, Lesley Paterson (Liv, ENVE)
1st Pro Austin Rattler, Tristan Uhl, (Ridebiker Alliance)
1st XTERRA SE Championships, Heather Horton 15-19
1st Whiskey Off-Road 30 proof, Paul Fabian (Pivot Cycles)
1st Pro UCI TechDev ProXCT, Keegan Swenson (Cannondale 3Rox)
1st Firebird XC, Quinn Simmons (Whole Athlete, Specialized)
1st Pro USA MTB Marathon Nationals, Payson McElveen (Orange Seal, Trek)

1st Pro TMBRA Overall Marathon Championship Series, Tristan Uhl, (Ridebiker Alliance)
1st Pro UCI XC & STXC Missoula XC, Keegan Swenson (Cannondale 3Rox)
1st 17-18 UCI XC Missoula XC, Kevin Vermaerke (Whole Athlete)
1st Pro XC Root66Justin Lindine (Apex, NBX, Hyperthreads)
1st Jr UCI XC & STXC Angel Fire, Quinn Simmons (Whole Athlete)
1st Pro UCI XC & STXC Angel FireKeegan Swenson (Cannondale 3Rox)
1st Pro Telluride 100, Ryan Petry (Scott)
1st Pro US Cup Eastern Grind, Christopher Blevins (Axeon, Specialized)

1st Jr XC USA Nationals, Quinn Simmons (Whole Athlete)
1st 17-18 XC USA NationalsKevin Vermaerke (Whole Athlete)
1st U23 XC USA NationalsChristopher Blevins (Axeon, Specialized)
1st SS XC USA Nationals, Pete Karinen (509 Cycles, Broken Spoke Bikes)
1st Pro US CUP Series Title, Christopher Blevins (Axeon, Specialized)
1st Pro Park City Point 2 PointKeegan Swenson (Cannondale 3Rox)
1st SS XC NUE Series ChampionGordon Wadsworth (Pivot, Blue Ridge Cyclery)
1st Pro  XTERRA Pan Am ChampionshipLesley Paterson (Liv, ENVE)


Associations

TOGS is proud to be associated with the following groups

          


         NICA Riverton High Team

About TOGS

TOGS, LLC was founded to bring the Thumb Over Grip System (TOGS) product to market. We are located in the Salt Lake valley at the foothills of the Wasatch mountains. Togs have been designed and manufactured with the help of a dedicated USA team including:

Jibe Media     Maschoff Brennan      Curvature    DuPont    Wasatch Container     Fast Plastic Parts




Availability

Togs are currently available online at togs.com and in local bike shops.  Checkout the wholesale page If you'd like to carry Togs in your shop. Togs are also distributed through Quality Bike Products (QBP).

 

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