Lizard Skin’s Lever Grip, Out with Neoprene, in with New DSP!

Ahhh, the Lizard Skins brake Lever Grip… I remember it fondly. Those cool neoprene sleeves that slid over your brake levers, adding grip and comfort. It was a quick and easy way to personalize your bicycle. Good times.

Well, friends, I’m here to report that the Lever Grip is back and looks better than before! Introducing the Lizard Skins DSP Lever Grip!

Old School Lizard Skins Lever Grip

The neoprene, old school Lizard Skins Lever Grip.

Lizard Skins thought it was time to hit the ol’ way back button and bring us a new version of an old classic. No longer will the Lever Grip be neoprene, instead Lizard Skins are using the “technology they’ve had now for years, their DSP (Dura Soft Polymer)”.

Lizard Skins DSP Lever Grip

Photo C. Lizard Skins

Lizard Skins states they use the DSP tech for their Handlebar tape, Baseball bat grip, Hockey stick grip, Lacrosse stick grip, and recently their gaming controller grip. When it comes to grip, Lizard Skins say that the DSP “is the benchmark”.

Lizard Skin also reminds us that, if so desired, you can trim these to fit your drop-bar levers to aid with lever grip that would probably really help out during rough gravel descents or muddy ‘cross events.

Lizard Skins says the DSP Lever Grip is compatible with most brake levers and that the grip texture is “optimized for the different touch-points of your fingers”, also stating that the “polymer feel is responsive and durable”.

Lizard Skins DSP Lever Grip

DSP Lever Grip in “Platinum Gray”

Lizard Skin DSP Lever Grip in red

DSP Lever Grip in “Crimson Red”

Lizard Skins Lever Grip

DSP Lever Grip in “Jet Black”

What Ya Get and What it Costs:

Retail: $12.99

Lizard Skins says that $13 buys you:

  • 2 sets of lever grips (enough for four brake levers)
  • Slip resistance & comfort
  • A multi-textured grip
  • An optimized feel and added control
  • A universal fit for most brake levers
  • Ease of installing

Available in 3 colors: Crimson Red, Jet Black, and Platinum Gray.

Chack out more, below.

LizardSkins.com

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Tim
Tim
11 days ago

“2 sets of lever grips”
Is that 2 individual grips or two pair?

kris.
kris.
11 days ago
Reply to  Tim

Picture above shows 4, so I guess it will be 2 sets.

Ernest Fitzgerald
Ernest Fitzgerald
10 days ago

These grips are the perfect solution to a perfect non-problem. Even in wet, there should be no problem squeezing metal brake levers.

Doug B
Doug B
10 days ago

Love these for keeping my fingers warmer on long descents in fall and winter. Lets you ride with thinner gloves but be protected from the metal heat exchanger that brake levers are.

Poul Hansen
Poul Hansen
6 days ago

But not in stock anywhere in Europe !!!

Poul Hansen
Poul Hansen
6 days ago

But not in stock anywhere in Europe!!!