Lizard Skins, a brand known for its grips and bar tapes, has reintroduced their DSP Lever Grip, which was first released 20 years ago.
The company said the new grip has been considerably improved and now uses Lizard Skin’s DSP (Dura Soft Polymer) instead of the original neoprene. The DSP material is known for non-slip, super grip performance, and featured on many of the brand’s other products.
“We have been using our DSP technology for years across multiple sports, and in various thicknesses, so it seemed logical we'd use it to improve a rider's grip while braking,” said Ryan Huntington, Lizard Skins’ sales and marketing director.
Thanks to the new material, the DSP Lever Grip offers all the same advantages as the earlier neoprene version: easy fitment, slip resistance, universal fit, and better feel and control under braking.
“I remember coming out with the original neoprene version, and people liked the added feel and texture. Now I see more people riding gloveless, so I felt the time was right to bring back this classic Lizard Skins product, but using our tried and tested DSP technology which improves the rider's grip of the brake lever,” added Brian Fruit, Lizard Skins founder and president.
Lizard Skins' DSP Lever Grip is offered in three colors: platinum grey, jet black and crimson red. Each pack costs £14 and comes with four lever grips, so you’ll have a spare set when you need it.
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