I'm not a huge fan of these grips. They do offer a large variety of colors, and they do the job well enough. They just don't offer as much grip as some do. The are hard rubber so they might last long, but the grip they offer is poor.
I'm a fan of dual-compound half-waffles and ride an orange bike....so, these had the 3 features I was after (dual compound, half-waffle, orange) for a good price. I've used Pro Grip before and am happy with them so why not go back for these? Color is vibrant....they're not kidding about highlighter colors.
I bought these grips to make my 2013 RMZ450 look real nice because I am selling it. They look great. Had to make sure they lined up nice and not look twisted before the glue set. The set I received was a little shorter in width than I like. OEM and another brand seemed to fit bigger hands better. In other words basically my hands covered the whole area of the grip. I've let my riding buddies interested in the bike ride and/or race the RMZ450. They didn't like the harder compound of the grip. I personally don't ride hard enough to tell the difference. But if you own a Suzuki this yellow and black grip look super sharp on the bike. BTW! I might not ride worth the two cents it cost the track owner to give me a 1st place trophy because none of the other guys in my class could bear the heat of July or the Cold of February but I dang sure looked good.
Just put them on the bike. They look great and feel good. Haven't had a chance to test durability and performance yet, but they appear and feel to have the same quality, thickness and strength as other quality grips I've used in the past such as Renthal, Scott and Tusk