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How about a four-item blast of Renthal goodness? We've got a Renthal Twinwall handlebar, Kevlar Dual Compound Grips Tapered, handguards, and grip glue. That makes big packages, and a stocking stuffer or two.

Renthal's Twinwall handlebar ($119.95) uses a pair of aluminum tubes in a layered configuration, along with their bolt-on crossbar to build a bar that's strong, light, and safe. The inner tube is hard anodized 7010 T6 aluminum, while the outer layer is 7010 T73, which resists mechanical damage from clamps and crashes.

There are also some other nice features, including a laser-etched positioning grid, rubber seals prevent keep water out and prevent corrosion between the layers, and knurling on the left grip end only. Renthal opts not to knurl the clamp area, in an effort to prevent potential stress risers. As for the Supercross pad, it's an injection-molded high-density foam that's lightweight, and the PVC cover feature permanent graphics to keep things looking good.

In addition to nine different bends, the outer tube is also available in five different anodized colors, including black, blue, tanium, red, and orange. (Orange is only available through KTM's Power Parts catalog.)

To keep your loved ones hands in good shape even on rocky days, Renthal's handguards ($39.95) have a dual compound molded plastic shield that's lightweight, yet protective. The reinforced composite mounting brackets provides multiple mounting options and lots of adjustability, while still allowing the handguard to flex in a crash. You've got color options here as well, and each kit comes with red and blue graphics kits. They're also made in the U.S.A

For the interface between the handlebar and their gloved hands, the Renthal Dual Layer Kevlar grips ($19.95) combine a great mix of durability, but also excellent grip and comfort. A firmer compound is used on the flange, inner sleeve and end of the grip, while the grip material features Kevlar particled that help extend the life of the softer material. Renthal claims that they last three times longer than their regular soft material. As always, that can vary, depending on how much gravity likes you or your favorite rider.

And finally, have you ever tried installing a new pair of grips with some non-approved glue, only to discovered that it either doesn't create a good bond, or worse yet, ate away at the brand-new grips, causing them to melt and split? Neither of those options are any fun. Renthal's Grip Glue ($7.95), is specially formulated to give a secure bond without damaging the grip, and makes a good stocking stuffer.

If you're shopping or need more info, check out www.renthal.com.

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