TOGS Interbike 2016

Extra hand position enhances comfort and climbing leverage

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The innovative TOGS thumb over grip system provides a fully customizable hand position that enhances comfort and climbing leverage.

Video: TOGS Thumb Over Grip-System

TOGS co-founder Rita Harvey introduces a new system and their current product line.

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TOGS thumb over grip system are an additional hand position for mountain bikers that reduce muscle fatigue,
provide lateral stability, climbing leverage, allow full access to shifters and brakes, and enhance comfort and climbing leverage, making them a welcome addition to any rider’s arsenal with minimal weight or economic penalty.

The small ergonomic extrusion for thumb-wrap is designed to enhance ride feel, comfort, and climbing leverage. Think of these as a sleeker, better engineered version of a bar-end bullhorn style hand placement extension. Best of all TOGS weigh just 18 grams, sell for only $20, and are made in the USA.

Gallery: TOGS and TOGS Graphite

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TOGS Graphite

Made from Zytel, TOGS are incredibly strong and light.
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TOGS Graphite

Universal fit for all grips, including lock-on models.
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TOGS Graphite

Only 18 grams per pair.
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TOGS Graphite

Made in the USA. $20.
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TOGS Graphite

Made in the USA. $20.
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TOGS (Thumb-Over-Grip-System) are an additional hand position for mountain bikers that reduce muscle fatigue, provide lateral stability, climbing leverage, allow full access to shifters and brakes, and look cool.
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You can rotate them fore and aft to fit your desired position.
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Made from Zytel, TOGS are incredibly strong and light.
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Orange sherbet TOGS. $20.
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Orange sherbet TOGS.
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Orange sherbet TOGS.
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Orange sherbet TOGS.
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Orange sherbet TOGS.
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Universal fit for all grips, including lock-on models.
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Lots of colors to choose from.
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TOGS-Interbike 2016 Booth

TOGS (Thumb-Over-Grip-System) are an additional hand position for mountain bikers that reduce muscle fatigue, provide lateral stability, climbing leverage, allow full access to shifters and brakes, and look cool.
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  • Ken B. says:

    Would love a set of these since I tend to ride thumbs top often but want more stability. I also love my gripshift. Any comments from folks who use with gripshift?

  • Neil says:

    From the Togs site:
    “You may get TOGS to work with twist shifters but they’re not ideally suited for that system.”

    It seems a smaller cable housing like on the newer SRAM Gripshift models should work with togs. If you run a 1X you could always run one Tog on the left.

  • Wes says:

    I bought a set at the Whiskey Off Road in April and love them. I had to remove the left one once I added a dropper post though. I think they are very cool looking, they work the way they are supposed to, their cheap and made in the USA. Can’t beat that when it comes to mtb accessories.

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