DUNEDIN, Fla. – The Tour de France is a long way from the Toronto Blue Jays’ spring training clubhouse. But a Utah-based company has managed to find a home in both places for its products.
Lizard Skins started selling cycling accessories such as handlebar grip tape back in 1993 and now distributes to 84 countries. Seven years ago it developed a special tape for road bikes and took the technology to baseball in 2012 by offering its DSP (DuraSoft Polymer) bat wrap.
The company says its bat grip tape combines softness and tackiness while reducing vibration. And with 18 colours, including nine versions of camo, there is an element of style.
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