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What kind of grips gives the most comfort , in other words long rides , will needs variable amounts of comfort for your hands , I think on my Indian I had kuryakyn iso grips and they were very comfortable, not sure if I can get them for the glide or not, they looked good to!
Anyway, if you post what you guys like I'll definetly check them out, thats why I have Tall Boys Cycles Floorboard brackets, Rush Cyclopedic Seat, Factory 47 14" Apes and Cobra 909 mufflers, I pay attention
 

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What kind of grips gives the most comfort , in other words long rides , will needs variable amounts of comfort for your hands , I think on my Indian I had kuryakyn iso grips and they were very comfortable, not sure if I can get them for the glide or not, they looked good to!

Anyway, if you post what you guys like I'll definetly check them out, thats why I have Tall Boys Cycles Floorboard brackets, Rush Cyclopedic Seat, Factory 47 14" Apes and Cobra 909 mufflers, I pay attention


I have the ISO grips. They are comfortable for me.


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Performance Machine. They also sell replaceable rubber so when the rubber wears out you can just replace it and not the whole grip. Last I look the replacement rubber was $12. Super comfortable and they look real good I think
 
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I have the ISO grips and have had them on my last four bikes.

They look good and they are great on long rides.

I have 49,000 miles on my current ISO's and will swap them out with black ISO's.

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Performance Machine. They also sell replaceable rubber so when the rubber wears out you can just replace it and not the whole grip. Last I look the replacement rubber was $12. Super comfortable and they look real good I think
These are the only grips I'll run.
 

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Avon Velvet Air Cushion is my choice.
 
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I have stock grips now. They are a good diameter for my hands. My last bike I put on AVON grips. Looked cool but they were bigger diameter than stock. I find the smaller diameter more comfortable for my hands..
 

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I just put grip puppies over the stock grips, it may not be the best looking but they're comfortable and cheap and easily replaced



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Avon Memory Foam. Most comfortable grips I have ever laid my mitts on. Significantly better than the Kuryakyn air cushion that I've had before.
 

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I just put grip puppies over the stock grips, it may not be the best looking but they're comfortable and cheap and easily replaced



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These are just what I need to start with. Thanks!
 
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Performance Machine. They also sell replaceable rubber so when the rubber wears out you can just replace it and not the whole grip. Last I look the replacement rubber was $12. Super comfortable and they look real good I think
These are the only grips I'll run.
Another Performance Machine fan here....


 
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