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Deity Components Knuckleduster Grip

Deity Components Knuckleduster Grip
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Item # DTC000C

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Description

Won't get caught slippin'.

Setting a new standard for grip design, the Deity Knuckleduster Grip manages to maximize both grip and comfort so you get the best of both worlds. It sports an ergonomic design to help you hold on more securely and comfortably, and the tapered inner sleeve ensures solid contact with the handlebar so you don't feel like you're holding on for dear life on a rickety setup.

  • The new benchmark in grip design
  • Deity TRC rubber offers exceptional durability
  • Tapered inner sleeve for perfect contact with handlebar
  • Half waffle recessed design for added control
  • Chevron V-channel for ergonomic feel
  • Seamless transition through end of grip for comfort
  • Short and wide rib design for comfort with no side-to-side play

Tech Specs

Material:
Deity TRC rubber compound
Lock On:
single clamp design
Width:
32mm
Claimed Weight:
[set] 101g
Recommended Use:
MTB, enduro, downhill

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Good grips, not a fan of the single lock

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The grips themselves are great and offer a comfortable and solid feel under my gloves. They don't tear up my hands if I'm just going out for a parking lot session on break, either. I only have a gripe with the single lock-on system. The inner tube is tapered slightly at the bar end to facilitate a better mount and allow the grip to cover the bar end. However, I have a problem with one side coming loose constantly and starting to twist. I'm sure I'll eventually get enough LocTite to hold it in place one of these days.

Pretty good

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

At first I was unsure about these grips as they turned out to be quite a bit more squishy than I expected. After a few rides I got used to them and they turned out to be pretty comfortable. If you prefer a thinner, low profile grip these are probably not the best choice. But if you want a grip with some cushion that comes in multiple awesome colors these would be a good choice. They are a bit larger than average circumference which is good for medium to large hands.

Lots of Grip

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Coming from ESI Chunky's, these have been a nice change. They may not provide quite the same level of cushion, but I've enjoyed how much grip they offer. I used my Knuckledusters all summer long - anything from short evening rides to 40+ mile epics and they were great.

Solid Grip

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you don't mind replacing your grips 2-3 times a season then go with ESI. If you would like to save time and money, these are the next best thing

Inexpensive/solid

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I honestly prefer the feel of the ESI chunky/extra chunky, but these were a nice change of pace. Good construction and holds up well to abuse.

Best grips Ive ever used

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I ride without gloves a lot of the time and these grips are perfect for it. I'm sure they work well with gloves as well though too. Took a few rides to get the position just right for the waffle part to sit where I wanted but now they are perfect. I also run my hands out over the edge of the grips so not having a clamp on the end really relieves the pain from a lock ring. They are also getting more tacky with more and more rides on them.