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Lizard Skins DSP Grip 32.3mm

$30.00 - $31.99


DSP Grip 32.3mm

Lizard Skins' DSP 32.3mm is the luxury version of this innovative grip, as its two millimeters thicker than the 30.3mm model for added cushion. And, like the thinner version, it uses a unique tape technology to securely attach the ultra-light DSP grip to handlebars.

It takes a matter of seconds to apply the tape and slide the grips on, the only thing you need is window cleaner that's used much like the classic hairspray approach. And, like hairspray, you need to wait for it to dry before riding.

Lizard Skins attachment isn't the only innovative feature of the DSP grips. Their exclusive DuraSoft Polymer provides an unmatched level of shock absorption and control. The Lizard Skins DSP 32.3mm Grips come in eight colors and are 130mm wide.

  • Item #LZS000B

DuraSoft Polymer
Lock On
yes, tape
130 mm
Recommended Use

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>Rating: 4

Light and comfortable

I've put it through the wringer

If you're looking for a lightweight and comfortable grip this is a great option. I've been riding them a while now and haven't had any durability issues. They absorb vibration very well helping to reduce forearm fatigue. These are also the lightest grips I've used so if you want a light weight grip these are an excellent option. Removing them from the handlebar is a pain and is really the only drawback I've seen while using them.

>Rating: 2

Light grips with durability issues

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These are basically a foam grip with a cover over them. They are nice and light. Mine came in under the advertised weight at 24 grams or so. They are stuck to the bar with a golf grip type 2-sided tape, so they are nice and solid with no twisting. The issue I had was after a single two hour ride the cover on these had stretched and wrinkled. This happened to both grips. I'll be shocked if these last very long.

>Rating: 2

One and Done

I've put it through the wringer

Great product until they wear out and you try and replace them. Easy on, but nightmare to remove. the grip ends up bonding with the paper backing they send with it that stick to the bars. Ended up having to use a razor knife to cut the grip off and then continued to use the razor to scrape off the pieces that were still stuck on. Should probably send sand paper with them so you can clean your bars after you pull the grips off