- KKimVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars1 week agoBrilliant Cyan Blue Grips
These grips are just perfect. I got them to replace the originals on my Carrera Subway I. So far I’ve tried them in wet and sweltering hot weather and the grip is great in both conditions. Just the right amount of grip, they don’t leave many demarcation on my hands like other lesser grips I’ve tried out. Perfect fit & they match my new DMR pedals too which is just the 🍒 on the cake.Was this helpful?
- SRStefan R.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars4 days agoGreat comfort
After wearing out my black Thin/Soft Deathgrips, I have gone for more colour and the thicker version this time. After my first ride, they are even more comfortable than the thin version and look pretty cool too!!Was this helpful?
- BMBriony M.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 4 out of 5 stars6 months agoThe best grips
Grips are a personal preference but I highly recommend these. I love how thin they are while still being super comfy. The only negative is that they don't last very long. Mine are usually done after 6 months of riding a couple times a week.Was this helpful?
- KBKarl B.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars8 months agoWhy buy anything else?
These are my 'go to' grips for most bikes and I've had three pairs on different bikes now.
The price is generally decent (but not the cheapest grips) when compared to other options and the range of colours always enables you to find one to match your bike.
The grip of the 'soft' version (not the super soft) is very good, but the trade-off is that a crash will often see nicks in or near the ends. I haven't tried the 'hard' version yet as I like the security without having to squeeze. I'd also like to try the 'thick' version (32mm compared to 30.5mm) at some point to see if they suit my larger hands any better - but the range of colours appears to be more limited.
The level of comfort/absorption is better than many grips, even those another £10-15 more. I wear thin gloves (except in really cold conditions) and still find that I'm not experiencing numb hands.
I've not experienced any slippage of the grips, even when riding with hands towards the outer edges where there is no collar. I don't generally ride like that, but if I did and was riding rougher trails, I might consider double collars such as the Renthal Traction or Nukeproof Neutron (very similar but not quite as much traction or absorption). If you ride with your hands inboard, then consider the flanged version (often to be had cheaper) as a means of protecting your thumb knuckle from brake levers, etc.
I do look at (and try) other grips (on other people's bikes) but seem to come back to the DMR Death Grips!Was this helpful?
- DHDavid H.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars9 months agoBrilliant
Brilliant wouldn't get anything elseWas this helpful?