Deity’s Knuckleduster blends three patterns in one. Offset chevron ridges comfort the outer palm, fine ribs damp the thumb and forefinger, and a deeper waffle-pattern underneath adds extra finger hold

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Score 8

Deity Knuckleduster grip

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Deity Knuckleduster grip review

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£18.99

Deity’s Knuckleduster blends three patterns in one. Offset chevron ridges comfort the outer palm, fine ribs damp the thumb and forefinger, and a deeper waffle-pattern underneath adds extra finger hold.

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Knuckledusters sensibly lock only on the inner side, with the rubber extending right to the bar end with a thicker outer edge that proved durable. Slightly thicker than most at 32mm, the grips compress a little when riding and feel cushioned and comfy even on long Alpine runs. The Kevlar-impregnated rubber is long lasting, but isn’t as squidgy or as sticky as some grips, and not the best gloveless. The ridged pattern might also be a bit squirmy for those that value maximum precision. These are sorted grips at a fair price, but others I use offer more damping and lock down my hands better.

Details

Weight:100g
Diameter:32mm
Colours:Five
Contact:zyro-fisher.co.uk