Tag Rebound Tech Price: $13.00 Buy now!
The Rider: Expert
Like most people with a full time day job, I don’t spend enough time riding or in the gym. I’m always looking for any advantage I can get when it comes to lasting longer into my moto, because at full pace, there is no way I’m going more than 3 laps. I saw the ad for the Tag Rebound Tech grips and knew I had to try them. They claim the grip is designed as suspension for your hands that dampens vibration and can help you last 4o% longer in your motos. With the arm pump I was experiencing I had to try the Tag Rebound Tech grips.
Did they make my motos last longer? NO, not at all. They weren’t all bad though. What they do do for you, especially at the beginning of the season, when you haven’t ridden for a couple of months is help so you don’t get blisters. They are super soft. No more applying super glue to your yamathumb every time you ride! This is great, but about the only advantage these grips offer over a standard dual compound grip. The durability is similar to that of a Renthal Dual Compound. The only issue I have had with these grips is that the pyramids so
Overall, the Rebound Technology that Tag makes a huge deal about isn’t noticeable, but these are good grips that offer some advantages for your first month of of riding after the off season. If you ride a two stroke you will notice some vibration damping, especially when compared to stock grips.metimes stick to your gloves, making you go into corners a bit quicker than expected. This is a bit scary, but may improve your lap times every now and again when it does happen.
- Really easy on your hands – no blisters!
- Dual compound grips tend to last longer than single compound grips
- Reasonable Pricing
- Sometimes pyramids on grips kind of stick to gloves
- Some people who have tried them don’t like the large diameter