Don't take this the wrong way..... But it's like golf, you squeeze to tight and hit too many- your'e gonna get the blisters. But eventually, those blisters turn into calluses. You can try the moleskin tape too, under the glove-stick it to the hot spots on his hands. It helps a little.Originally posted by yfz450 kid@Feb 19 2004, 06:30 PM
Wearing quality gloves he's still getting blisters.
Would changing to a different grips help?
Thanks and appreciated.
I have a pair also, and love'em, but they do wear faster than the other compounds. :sonicOriginally posted by Jester6@Feb 19 2004, 07:49 PM
Try getting Renthal soft compound grips for the kid. I use them myself, and my hands used to blister badly, but I switched to these and no more. :woo
He's not complaining about them, he ain't no sissy girl, dude, as a parent I'm trying to prevent them, we've never encountered them in years of quading until we bought the YFZ'sOriginally posted by Tampa450@Feb 20 2004, 08:01 PM
Tell him life is no bed of roses and quit being a sissy girl!
Seriously though, they're a part of riding. His hands will get tougher.