Free 3-Day Express Shipping on Orders Over $99*

Shopping for Parts? Select Your Bike: Manage Saved Bikes Manage Saved Bikes Dirt Bike Dirt Bike Sport ATV Utility ATV Sportbike Cruiser Make Year Model

Renthal Kevlar Dual Comp Grips - Twist Throttle

$19.99
Free 3-day express shipping
On orders over $99. Shipping Info

Please choose an available item.

 
It appears you may have cookies turned off in your web browser, or are using a browser that does not support cookies. You must accept cookies to use our site. For questions call us at 1-888-676-8853.

Product Description

Renthal Dual Series combine the durability of the Renthal firm compound grips with the feel and absorption of the soft compound. Maximum durability is achieved by using the Renthal firm compound for the inner sections of the grip whilst rider contact areas uses the KevlarŪ brand compound providing unbeatable comfort and control.

  • For use with twist throttle, includes left and right grip.
  • Base material is reinforced with millions of randomly aligned KevlarŪ fibers; continued use exposes more fibers increasing the percentage of KevlarŪ at the grip surface.
  • Three times the life of the regular compound allowing the use of a very supple matrix material.

Renthal has developed a special reinforced grip made with increased wear resistance. The grip has all the properties you would expect from a Renthal grip but with the life extending properties of KEVLARŪ brand resin. The base material contains millions of randomly aligned KEVLARŪ brand resin particles. As the grip is used more particles are exposed, so the number of particles at the grip surface increases.

  • Customer Reviews
  • Ask an Expert
(108)
4.7 out of 5 stars
5 star   84
4 star   20
3 star 0
2 star   2
1 star   2
Taco13 Location: Long Island, New York, USA
Glafko Location: Pleasanton
1-10 of 108
Overall
Verified Purchaser
Location: New Lexington, OH 43764, USA
Reduce arm pump

I ride a Honda crf450r and these grips are the only ones that reduce arm pump for me.

Overall
Verified Purchaser
Location: Oklahoma
Renthal ROCKS

I like the way they feel. Real Tacky.... The wear is better than most. I will get full waffle next time due to the fact I have long fingers and makes me feel like I have a better grip.

Overall
Location: Long Island, New York, USA
Nice Grips

Very comfortable and high quality.

Overall
Location: Pleasanton
Best grips I've tried

Great feel best I've tried

Overall
Verified Purchaser
Top notch grips

My second pair of these grips on 2 bikes. last pair lasted all last summer. tough, crash resistent grips that wont tear up your hands

Overall
Top 500 Contributor Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
#1

Best grips out there!!

Overall
Best grips you can buy

I've been buying the Kevlars for awhile now and wont switch it up. The perfect mix of soft and tacky

Renthal Kevlar Dual Comp Grips - Twist Throttle
Overall
Verified Purchaser
Renthal Kevlar Dual Comp Grips

Best grips PERIOD!

Overall
Verified Purchaser
Location: Oregon, USA
Best grips

Best grips ever! a must buy, for every rider, no other grip compares... there's a reason almost every pro rider uses these grips.

Overall
Location: Arizona, USA
Great Grips

Bought for my son. Although I wish they came in colors, this was and still is a great grip for the money.

1-10 of 108
Total Questions (6)
Questions with answers:
  6
Questions without answers:
0
rmzSMRracing457 Location: Cream Ridge, NJ
1-6 of 6
Gilby122 1 month 4 days ago Location: Wyoming, USA
These pulled up under the crf 50 search. Will they fit that small bike???
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 month 3 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
These will fit if you have adult size handlebars on your CRF50. If you still have the OEM handlebars these are going to be too big.
Top 1000 Contributor
killerkork Over 5 months ago
Do these grips discolor quick ? Will dirt wash out good ?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
These are the grips I personally use. They look fresh if you clean them with a good detergent. I personally use Simple Green and a brush and they continue to look good unitl they are worn out.
rmzSMRracing457 Over 4 years ago Location: Cream Ridge, NJ
Does sand stick easily?
I ride in sandy conditions, and are these grips too tacky, and will they attract sand more?
Top 500 Contributor
Over 4 years ago Location: Orange, CA
I have had these grips on for a while now, they don't seem to attract anymore sand or dirt than any other grip. I reccomend these grips!
Top 250 Contributor
Over 10 months ago Location: Boise, ID, USA
I race a lot of desert races and no they will not, give them a shot you wont be dissapointed.
1998yz250 Over 4 years ago
Does this come with both grips?
Over 4 years ago Location: n.calif
Ive never bought a single grip. Twist throttle just refers to the type of throttle(not a quad)
alex123 Over 5 years ago Location: il
Differnce in grips?
can you use twist throttle grips on a 4 wheeler with a thumb trottle
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago
No you can not. The left grip will be bigger in the inside diameter to accommodate the throttle tube. Also twist throttle grips have a taller inner thumb rest that would interfere with the thumb throttle lever.
250frider Over 5 years ago Location: laredo tx
Whats the difference between tapered and original?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
The original grips are the same diameter of grip all the way through. The tapered grips basically go from being the thickest at the inner part of grip and then taper down to a standard size grip more towards the end of the bars.
Top 25 Contributor
Over 8 months ago Location: Spokane, WA, USA
orig. is a grip that is the same diamiter all the way from the flange to the end. tapered is smaller at end and bigger at flange to make a better fit with your hand because your palm is bigger than your index finger area. hope this helps
1-6 of 6

Be Informed

Be Confident

Part of the Backcountry Family:
Copyright © 2004 - 2014 MotoSport, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Selected content copyright and trademark respective companies, used with permission.