The price of may vary with design, thickness, and branding. Special editions usually sell for more than standard Pro Taper branded pads, so buyers who are on a budget can choose to go with basic options. It may also be possible to find deals on Pro Taper handlebar pads, although they might not always be on sale or discounted. Anyone who also needs a can save money by purchasing their handlebar and Pro Taper pads together, as bundled kits are usually a good deal. The downside is that purchasing a set with a does limit customisation options.
There are a couple of things to keep in mind when purchasing handlebar pads of any kind, and that also holds true with Pro Taper pads. For starters, Pro Taper pads are 100 per cent high-density foam. They do not have liquid gel or other type of shock absorber inside, meaning that they are more durable and more affordable, but offer slightly less protection compared to other pads. However, unlike standard gel wraps for handlebars, foam pads are all one piece, meaning that they are easier to install and easier to remove.
Pro Taper produces handlebar pads in square and round shape but, for the most part, this does not matter a great deal for fit and comfort. However, are considerably slimmer than square ones, making them a better choice for a smaller or a bike with less room between the crossbar and the seat. are larger and may offer slightly more protection on a larger bike, but the additional padding does offer minimal advantages so this is mostly a style consideration.
Many people also purchase handlebar pads to replace the OEM options. Pro Taper pads are a great deal thicker and larger than most standard OEMs, including the ones that manufacturers issue with some models of bikes. Therefore, buyers should keep in mind that the handlebar is bulkier after the installation of Pro Taper pads.
|Color - Handlebar Pad/Cover||Brown|
|Color - Primary||Brown|
|Length - HandleBar Pads||7 in.|
|Style - Handlebar Pad||Square|
|Type - Handlebar Pad/Covers||Handlebar Pad|