Scott offers a motocross grip for any application. With patented molding techniques and a medium density diamond pattern the all new Diamond Motocross Grips deliver maximum comfort and durability for all motocross riders. The Scott Diamond Motocross Grips also feature a triple density, full diamond/half waffle design, an integrated safety wire channel and a soft density waffle pattern to help reduce vibration, arm pump and fatigue.
Triple density grip.
Full diamond/half waffle design.
Firm density end cap is tear resistant prolonging grip life.
Medium density diamond pattern delivers maximum comfort and durability.
Soft density waffle pattern reduces vibration, arm pump and fatigue.
I have always ran the full or half waffle grips made by Scott. I bought these to try something different. They look really good, and so far have been comfy. The Donuts that come with them is a nice bonus especially going on a harescramble bike. I will try to remember to update after a season of use.
These grips last a long time. I really enjoy the pattern on them and appreciate that they come with the donuts as I ride Yamahas. :) I get at least 35 hours of ride time on these each time of strictly motocross riding.
I ride 100% trail and race Hare Scrambles. Scott is he only grip I choose now. I have used other "major" brand grips even ones specific to enduro/offroad riders. The squishy rubber made my hands go numb! Position the "Scott" label where your callus would be, the grip is great even if they get muddy or wet. Long lasting wear and free grip donuts make these a great deal!
I tried racing with these things and at first try they are way awesome... but when it comes time to race and the adrenaline is pumping these things are like cheese graters. i have never had such bad blisters EVER. for a trail rider or just easy going track rider these would be great but i can't recommend them for racers.
Very comfortable and have a very plush, yet solid grip. Mud and dirt don't make your hands slip off with these grips, which is a huge bonus when you ride in deep mountains for hours at a time. Just purchased a set for my new bike as well, sticking with this grip for the duration that they produce it for sure.
I got these looking for a more durable grip but this isnt exactly top of the class. they tore sliding them on over the throttle tube not a ideal thing to have happen. other than that they i like how they feel! would buy again in a pinch.
Good tacky grip but that's about the only thing these grips have going for them. First off, they are too short and you have to run a donut behind the throttle grip to fill in the space in order to keep mud from getting packed in there. As far as comfort, by the sixth or seventh lap at the track my hands were numb from the beating they took from these grips. I changed them after the first days ride.
NO good for larger hands, Flange folds in to hands
I think Scott miss the mark with these grips. I have used MX2 grips for years and decided to give these a try for the multiple compound rubber. The major flaw with these grips is that the Inside flange flares into your hands instead of away and towards the center of the bike. The grips are shorter than what I am used to as well. My hand kept getting on top of the flange and it kept getting folded under my index finger area. If I used the donuts the grip length was just decreased that much more. They feel really short and my L/XL glove sized hand took up the whole grip. I checked the MX2 I have on my MX bike and they are in fact a little longer. I would NOT RECOMMEND these for anyone whom has a larger hand. Compound was good however.
These grips will last forever due to they're hardness. I've had them on my KTM for well over a year and they're still going strong! Only down side is the Black Diamond parts are hard as hell! If you do any desert or trail riding look for a grip that's softer then these (pro taper pillow tops). They look great and grip really well though, they just wear your hands out fast if you do any type of trail riding.