As Vanity Fair said, "Repairability is the new luxury." That's why we sell leather care and replacement parts.
Our house-made, small-batch leather conditioner uses only time-tested natural ingredients. Our recipe was inspired by historic fishermen's boot recipes from the Library of Congress.
I was getting a little tired of the drop bars on my Bantam, but didn't want to switch to upright bars just yet. I was hoping some leather wrap would rejuvenate the ride. And by gum, it sure did! I like the look and feel of the wrap. And I also like the fact that the wrap can be reused, vs. the cotton/synth stuff that you're lucky to get a couple years out of. Recommended.
It was a very simple job and I'm super-pleased with the results. Please note that I reverse-wrapped the bars, from the top backwards. This avoided the VERY unsightly black electrical tape. Soak the tape in a pan of water first. It stretches to comfort with the bars quite nicely. It then shrinks and tightens on the bars, and the start of the tape on the reverse wrap seems like it's not going ANYWHERE, so I'll be shocked it it gets look. One proviso on that though is that I only ride in dry weather. If you are caught in a rainstorm it's possible that it might get loose. But where I live in California we only get seasonal rain and I stay in during precipitation events. It tucked into the bar ends easily after some judicious trimming with scissors. I got the bullwhip braided version as well, but am not certain about my abilities at wind wrapping the top bar terminals by the stem.
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