Ergon's largest diameter grip! Updated colors for 2020! The GA2 FAT features the same technology and shaping as the popular GA2, but with extra thick 33mm circumference. The ergonomic optimized form allows reduced force while gripping, because the grip zones are matched to the hand. The inner construction varies in thickness allowing greater damping. Super soft, UV-stable rubber compound is exclusively manufactured in Germany for Ergon! This allows greater control even on demanding trails.
- Available in 3 vibrant colors.
- Right and Left specific grips.
- Super soft and thick rubber compound developed and manufactured in Germany.
- Superb tactile feel.
- UV stable rubber compound.
- Optimized form allows reduced force to be used when gripping.
- Grip zones are matched to the hand.
- Inboard aluminum clamp.
- Replaceable end plug.
- Carbon bar compatible.
- 33mm diameter
- 136mm length
- 135 g per pair.
The grip profile designed in these grips makes for a more comfortable feel as compared to other fat grips with a uniform straight thickness profile. Also the extra mass prevents heats loss on winter rides. I have these on all of my bikes.
It is a Christmas gift.
These slid right on and felt so great immediately I didn't notice them at all while riding. I have larger hand and prefer fatter ergonomically shaped grips. These provided a perfect fit and all day comfort on my trail bike. The optimized shape eliminates hand fatigue even on longer days in the saddle.
Had the GA2’s on a bike I bought used and they were great but I wanted something with a bit more cushion. The fats have been perfect and reduced my hand fatigue significantly!!!!
My bike came with WTB slip-on grips which weren't bad. However, on longer and more technical rides I started experiencing grip fatigue and even a bit of cramping. Some research turned up these GA2 FAT grips which other people with big hands seemed to like. First ride they were different enough to call attention to themselves. Second ride they "disappeared" along with the grip discomfort. Completely forgot they were on the bike. A perfect fix for me. They are a little pricey, but so what? They look like they will probably outlast the bike.