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Keep your hands cozy and matches high, dry with PAUL’s Chim-Chim bar ends

Paul Components Chim Chim Bar Ends
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Hey man, you know what isn’t any fun? Bummer-numb hands while off on an epic off-road cruise. Fear not, gentle friend, for PAUL Components hath thy back with their new Chim Chim bar ends, featuring multi-facet functionality.

You’ll dig ’em. For sure. Read on, my friend.

Paul Components Chim Chim Bar Ends
Whoa. Check this shit out.

The fresh and functional Chim Chims were designed from a place of true love for your paws, and comes in three flavors (silver, polish, and black) to satisfy your sophisticated style.

Paul Components Chim Chim Bar Ends
Damn.

But the kind folks at PAUL Components didn’t stop there – when you remove the forward cap of the end, you’ll reveal a spot to stash “emergency matches dry, store that lip-balm you always wish you brought, extra cleat bolts or chain masterlink, fresh herbs for seasoning your camp meal…” according to PAUL’s righteous marketing wizard, Travis T.

Paul Components Chim Chim Bar Ends

 

Do yourself a treat and snag yourself a pair. Available now.

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Vazzedup
Vazzedup
3 years ago

Keep your hands cozy holding on to bare metal? Guessing they can be removed and used as a bong.

JBikes
JBikes
3 years ago
Reply to  Vazzedup

fresh herb for seasoning your camp meal

Patrick Cavender
Patrick Cavender
3 years ago
Reply to  Vazzedup

Holding on to “bare metal” didn’t seem to bother us in the 90’s. We have these things called… “gloves”.

VazzedUp
VazzedUp
3 years ago

Find here in CO, that the cold goes right through gloves, a little rubber or plastic goes a long way to keeping your fingers from getting fridged on mountain rides.

Cheese
Cheese
3 years ago
Reply to  VazzedUp

Friged?

VazzedUp
VazzedUp
3 years ago
Reply to  Cheese

Probably

nathan
nathan
3 years ago

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3 years ago
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suede
suede
3 years ago
Patrick Cavender
Patrick Cavender
3 years ago

This is pretty cool, I’m seeing a lot more flat bars show up to big mountain gravel grinders and these would offer additional hand positions for hours in the saddle.

Tyni Tyres
Tyni Tyres
3 years ago

Good to have matches with you if you have an emergency in the wilderness, but keep in mind it might not be a good idea if you fly with your bike. Even traces could cause your bike to be examined more thoroughly by airport security who are not always known for doing a careful job of repacking bikes.

glen evans
glen evans
3 years ago

beautiful

Phred Pedals DDS
Phred Pedals DDS
3 years ago

$108 bar ends? where is the carb? (deleted)

mopö
mopö
3 years ago

Can i use it as a bong?

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