Deity Components Double Their Grip Line with the Lockjaw and Supacrush Models.

Building on their popular Waypoint and Knuckleduster grips, Deity have added two new models in the Lockjaw and Supacrush models.

Not ones to rest on their laurels, Deity have built on the success of the Waypoint and Knuckleduster grips to improve on what they found to be the best of both, and the result was the Lockjaw and the Supacrush.

Supacrush Grips

With the Supacrush, Deity wanted to create the most comfortable grip in the world. Originally designed as a grip that would suit larger hands, but with the design of the pattern, it became a very comfortable grip regardless of paw size.

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Key features:

  • 34mm outer diameter
  • Deep dish DEITY diamond pattern
  • Soft DEITY TRC+ rubber compound
  • Tapered inner sleeve
  • Single clamp design
  • 6061 T6 aluminium clamps
  • 133mm length
  • 118 grams for the set

Lockjaw grips

Take the cushion of Deity’s deep dish diamond pattern and combine it with their recessed half waffle and you get the Lockjaw. Narrower in diameter and with a single clamp, this one should be a firm favourite for smaller hands.

Key features:

  • Padded thumb area
  • Recessed half waffle design
  • Deep dish DEITY diamond pattern
  • Soft DEITY TRC+ rubber compound
  • Tapered inner sleeve
  • Single clamp design
  • 6061 T6 aluminium clamps
  • 132mm length
  • 104 grams for the set

Read Bens’s review of the Deity 35mm cockpit setup, including the Knuckleduster grips, here.

Full details on Deity Components’ grip range can be found on their website here.