Flex MTB Togs

  • 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

    Featuring:
    *  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

    Strongly Flex legs over the bar to install
    Lightly tighten until snug 

    TOGS should rotate on bars if forced

      Taylor Lideen
     

  • Flex Togs
    * Stainless Steel Hardware
    * Fits all standard 22.2 mm bars
    * 2.5 mm wrench included
    * 18 grams per set 

    Installation:
    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 *


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A.
Fun Addition

Always ridden with hands rested but having a thumb grip is a fun addition.

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B.G.
cross thread

Unfortunately one of the screws cross threaded when I tried to install them so I haven't been able to use yet. Haven't had time to find a replacement screw yet.

Warranty replacement set sent.

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N.H.
Work like a charm!

I’ve had a chance to do about a dozen rides with these so far and I’m really enjoying them. It’s nice to be able to rest my hands on top of the handlebars and still be in control with a finger on the brake lever.

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J.L.
Thanks for new hand positions

I'm back in adventure road/gravel cycling season. Got the Jones H-bar on hand. And two pairs of Togs that match beautifully to a vintage Lotus that has been in a time capsule in someone’s basement since the early 80’s. I might have more than 8 separate hand positions, both for comfort and utility. I’m curious if anyone has tried them turned around: concaving/contouring around the Index finger/side of the knuckle rather than around the thumb? Wear gloves is my advice in any case!

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G.S.
Comfy good stuff

good stuff comfy