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ATV Pro-Lock Series Grips from Streamline

March 22, 2010

streamline_pro_lock_gripsStreamline, known for superior quality and innovative products is at it again with their all new Pro-Lock Series Grips! The grips feature a half waffle design with advanced synthetic rubber compound which gives an optimum combination of strength, tackiness and shock absorption to suit every riding condition and individual style. The firm grip has a better feel than stock grips. These grips are designed and built to resist tearing and abrasion. They feature a dual compound that incorporates new technology to make them the most comfortable grip available. The half waffle style grip pattern provides plenty of traction. Pro-Lock Grips give you a very comfortable ride, great feel, and reduces the chance of blisters. Streamline’s, Pro-Lock “SLIP FREE” locking system ring and caps are made from aircraft grade 6061 billet aluminum and are available in three different anodized colors, black, red, and blue. The Pro-Lock system keeps grips secure on bar and soft top compound helps decrease vibration and arm pump. The locking end caps are a unique design that will help keep the dirt and mud out and ensure a better grip with a long life. Streamline brake products have been used by the top Pro racers world wide for years and these new grips are sure to be no different. You can purchase the Pro-Lock Series Grips and the rest of the Streamline Performance products from your local dealer, by contacting Streamline direct at 800.870.4461 or go to to order yours today! Pro-Lock Series Grips retail for Only $23.99


Source: Streamline Press Release,

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Anonymous's picture

Very cool, I really liked

Very cool, I really liked that. Is there somewhere I can read more about it?.

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Re: ATV Pro-Lock Series Grips from Streamline

They look alot like the ODI grips. ODI grips are the best in my opinion.

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