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Q & A: Which way to align the stitching on your grips?

While I'm eagerly waiting for my just ordered City Grips, here comes my question: which is the better position for the stitching? At the front of the grip, below it (very hard to stitch) or towards the back?
Cheers from Italy,
Check out our how-to video on YouTube: Check out our how-to video on YouTube:
Hey Massimo,
Great question! It totally depends on what you like. There is no wrong way to do it.
Personally, I like the stitching at the front of the grip, because I like the tactile, bumpy feel of the stitching under my fingers instead of under my palm, but in our installation video, I installed them with the stitching underneath the palm.
Cheers from Oregon,

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