District

District Rope Grips - Grey

Colour: Grey

£5.99 (£11.99) You save 50%

120g

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SKU: DIH19074

Colour: Grey

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Description

The District Rope Grips have been tested big time by District riders and were loved by all. The durable ribbed pattern assures better grip, shock absorption and comfort.

Specifications

TPR Rubber for dry hands
Rope pattern
District detailing on ends
Bar ends included
Price is for a pair
164cm in length

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District Freestyle Scooter Co. was founded in 2007 as the pioneering brand of the modern freestyle scooter movement, setting the standard for scooter design, manufacturing and performance. Before District there wasn’t a single brand on the market that offered custom freestyle scooter parts. District wrote the rules - others have only followed.

Is this a good brand?
At Dogg, we carefully hand pick all of the brands and suppliers that we work with in order to provide you with the highest quality products. If we are stocking a brand on our website, you can be sure it's of the highest quality.
What is the warranty policy for this brand?
All brands come with a standard 30 day manufacturers warranty against defaults and defects, however some items are covered for up to 12 months. For more information on this brand's warranty policy, including what's covered and what isn't, please get in touch and we'll be happy to advise.
Who rides for this brand?
District have always had a world class team, some of the famous riders included Richard Zelinka, Cam Ward, Lucy Evans and Nico Kalmälä.
Where is this brand based?
District was originally from Europe although came to the UK under the Greenover umbrella in 2015.

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