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Product Description

  • EVS Grip Donuts offer protection on your hands with a high performing great looking grip donuts for motorcycles and ATVs.
  • EVS Grip Donuts are 3mm neoprene for maximum comfort and protection.
  • EVS Grip Donuts are available in 5 colors to match any motorcycle or ATV.
  • The EVS Grip Donuts are sold in pairs.
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4.6 out of 5 stars
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4 star   11
3 star   3
2 star   2
1 star 0
13CRF450 Location: Albany, OR, USA
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Verified Purchaser
Location: GA
EVS Grip Donuts

They are cheap and do their job

Verified Purchaser
Grip Donuts

Did the job. Great to prevent blisters and rubbing on inside of grips.

Verified Purchaser
Location: va
Grip donuts

These are an easy way to customize your bike with a matching color while protecting your hands.

Verified Purchaser
Location: Albany, OR, USA
Grip Donuts

Good Donut for a Great Price. very durable and can handle the weather.

Top 100 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
They perform as advertised

Decent style, and perform as advertised. I typically throw them away every other pair of grips i get.

Verified Purchaser
Location: MN.
Great price

Good bang for the buck. My son isn't riding hard enough yet to see how they help he wanted them because his more experienced friend had them on his bike. Was cheap enough to make him happy and not break the bank.

Verified Purchaser
Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
They look cool

They better save some hide, but at least they look cool.

Verified Purchaser
Location: California, USA
Look good, do their job.

As with any grips or doughnuts, it mostly comes down to personal preference. These look good, at a good price.

Verified Purchaser
Location: Modesto
Works Great!

Equipment: I have ProTaper Pillow Top grips and wear Fox Polar Paw gloves. I would get a raw right thumb after a day of hard riding my 2004 YZ125 on trails and the track. I bought these donuts to see if they helped - they are definitely the answer as I have not had a problem with raw thumbs at all. I might dab a drop of superglue between the donut and the grip to keep them from folding over, but it's not really a problem. Highly recommended if you suffer from Raw Thumb Syndrome.

Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Tuscaloosa, al
Blister free

For $3 why would you pass it up. 3 reasons to buy. 1. No blisters from choking up on the grips 2. Saves the inner part of your gloves 3. Vanity. Buy these donuts next time you order something and save your hands while saving on shipping.

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85rider Over 5 years ago
Do they smear fast?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Por+land
Depends on your riding I guess.. Though should hold up for quite a while though.
Top 1000 Contributor
1 year 1 month ago Location: Tuscaloosa, al
They do not "smear". The logos are silk screened and will last a good while. Depending on your riding style and grip selection they may out last your grips.
1 year ago Location: California, USA
No, so far they have held up well for me.
SethH Over 5 years ago Location: Turner, Or
So, they just go on the outsides of the grips.?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland
1 year ago Location: Modesto
Yes, they slide over the portion of the grip that you hold with your fingers and it buffers against the flared portion of the inner grip. It's a soft cushion between your thumbs and the hard rubber. I find that it has helped immensely with raw thumb syndrome - I should have bought them last year.
Over 11 months ago Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
simply slide them onto the grip, up to the grip's guard. It should fall right into that small channel.
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