Deity's Knuckleduster Lock-On Grips provide great attention to detail and incredible durability thanks to the Kevlar/rubber blend. They feature a tapered inner sleeve and a shorter, wider and closer spaced rib design on the grips, which will give you incredible damping properties. They also provide you with an ergonomic palm swell for added comfort. These are replacement grip, so no lock on bar ends are included.
Lock-on bar ends not included
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Swapped these in from the Deity Waypoint. I have small hands and like thin grips, and usually ride with gloves when actually riding trails. When cruising with my kids, I ride barehanded and basically both of these Deity grips are a compromise for me. The Knuckldusters are more comfy for cruising, but feel a little less confidence inspiring in the rough stuff or jumping as they have more lateral flexibility than I'd like, feeling like your hand moves around. The Waypoints are probably a better bet for me if I had to pick one, but I must say that switching them out on the Deity clamp is super fast, so major points there. They're still pretty damn cheap, and hold up well even without having the aluminum outer clamp. I'm pretty sold on Deity now.
After running a few other types/brands of grips, I've made these my exclusive set for a while. Great feel, no issues with hand slippage which has been an integral part in going raw, cutting our the gloves. That I can update the grippers without having to purchase the clamps is great for those of us considerate of the waste inherent with mountain biking.
Comfortable, thick, cushy, and good grip are the ways I'd describe these grips. I actually bought another pair just for when these wear out... which they haven't after a couple months of hard riding. My hands never hurt or lose grip on these awesome grips!
These are one of my favorite grips yet. I have shorter fingers and the diameter and pattern are a nice combo. Not too big so that I can still grasp them well. Cushy even with the smaller diameter but still feel precise. And allow good grip (even in wet!). The only thing that keeps them from being 5 stars is the ends can be damaged very easily, which is just a by product of the single-clamp design and the nice thing is you get good hand purchase all the way to the end of the bar. Want a similar grip but with dual clamps? Check out the Evil Palmela Handerson grip which I also think are great!
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