Domino Diamante Grips

(11 customer reviews)


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The Diamante grip features a unique 2 color, dual compound system. The inner grip is a firm compound, while the outer is soft. Together, they provide a soft feel at the palm with a progressive firmness – not a soft spongy feel common on many grips. The outer compound forms an aggressive diamond (dimple) pattern for unmatched grip and comfort.   The Diamante has been proven by some of the fastest European motocross and enduro riders.

The Diamante grips work with all 7/8” HANDLEBARS and all known OEM and aftermarket throttles. Available in Black/gray, Blue/white, Black/red, Black/orange, Gray/orange and Black/yellow.  Retail is $19.95.

  • Dominos latest grip style for moto and enduro
  • Dual compound combines firm and soft materials for comfort, grip and durability
  • Aggressive, diamond dimple pattern provides cushion, palm comfort and solid grip
  • Made in Italy
  • Sold in pairs for 7/8” handlebar with twist throttle


11 reviews for Domino Diamante Grips

  1. Gary Green

    Awesome grips. These are far better than waffle styles in my opinion! Grips are a bit hard to install, but they show little wear after 2 months!

  2. JooHyeong

    grips very good.

  3. Joel

    Grips installed on my 2013 Duke, better look and awsome grip

  4. Travis

    I have tried grips from scotts, renthal, pro taper, etc… these are by far my favorite. Durable and comfortable.

  5. Kendall

    I love theses and they are very durable to tackle on any kind of weather condition!

  6. GB

    Very high quality, have had Renthal for years, these feel much better. higher quality materials.

  7. karl

    Sweet grips. Just like the OEM KTM grips.

  8. Jeff

    Very well made grips! They have the best feel out of all the grips Iv’e ever used so far!

  9. John Aukes

    Very nice!! Good quality!

  10. John Aukes

    Great grips!! Great quality!!

  11. ltyburski87

    Grips are very nice. I’ve always been a fan of Pro Taper’s pillow tops. These grips aren’t as comfy on the hands but they seem to be a lot more durable. Also even covered in mud and water you can still get a good grip with these unlike a lot of others.

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