Flex Togs ® provide a better grip to the top of the bars.
Add superior control, comfort and climbing leverage to improve your ride.
#changeup #gothumbsup #ridetogs
* Rubber tips for comfort and shock absorption
* 17° Tog rotation for ergonomics
* Raised hoods work with all grips
* Flex legs for easy install w/o removing grips
* Made in the USA
* Stainless Steel Hardware
* Fits all standard 22.2 mm bars
* 2.5 mm wrench included
* 18 grams per set
Strongly flex legs outward and press onto the bar. Use the 2.5 mm wrench (included) to lightly tighten Togs until snug. Togs should rotate when forced. * The nut spins if over tightened *
Not a game-changer, but they often provide a comfortable change of hand position. They can be rotated on the bars to provide several good positions. I have them on both of my MTBs.
Only one of the two Togs worked out of the box. As others have said, the nut is not fixed into the Tog it sits in the hex shaped hole of flexible plastic. So if you try to moderately tighten these <1NM (enough to keep the Tog from spinning around on bar) you will likely strip the plastic nut holder, rendering these useless. The nut should be fixed into the device, like every other device I've seen that attaches to handlebars. May try to epoxy the nut into the device, but at this price point this shouldn't be necessary. It's a great idea for alternate hand positions and wanted to like these but they need a redesign.
Warranty replaced defective Tog.
Kinda expensive for what they are, but they give you an nice alternative hand position, esp. when you're climbing.
The Togs have so far relieved the numbness I may occasionally get while riding & I still have full control of my brake levers.
I'm appreciating these on my flat bar gravel bike. The nut/bolt combo could be of a little better quality, otherwise I'm happy.
They work. However installing them is shockingly difficult. The bolt lines up on the bench, but once this thing is stretched over the bar ... well it is at an angle. It takes try after try, and force, and time. Then the kicker. The nut pocket is too weak to hold the bolt so you can tighten it enough. It slips, but it is in a hex shaped plastic hole, so there is nothing you can do. Don't overtighten you say? One of my togs could be rotated with light finger pressure. The fastening system needs a redesign. Honestly for the already high price, just make them even more expensive and put an aluminum pivoting bracket on the bar clamp part. The other option would be to use a tab with a screw like my $5 bell, and at least that bell is easily and properly attached.