Pick Your Design
Your thumbs will thank us.
In keeping with their inability to count to three, Valve decided that the Steam Deck only needed two thumbsticks. Thankfully, each Stick Grip adds hundreds of microscopic contact points, essentially giving you 718 thumbsticks. Checkmate, Gabe.
Rounded to the nearest headshot.
The surface of each Stick Grip features both a convex-domed center and a raised perimeter to provide resistance at full tilt. Your thumbs won't slip, no matter how greasy they may be.
Yes, it still works.
If you're one of the six people who actually use gyroscopic controls on their Steam Deck, rest assured: Stick Grips will not interfere. If you're furiously typing an email defending gyro controls: stop. We don't care.
Stick Grips make the Steam Deck's thumbsticks 33% taller. That means you get an increased range of motion for even more control. Despite what Linus "Tech Tips" Sebastian may claim, height does matter.
Tactile texture, an egonomic domed shape, and an increased range of motion. Combine them all together and what do you get? Ultimate control over your thumbsticks. With Stick Grips, all of the missed shots are on you.
Don't screw this up.
We've spent more money than the Fed trying to save humans from themselves. The result? Detailed, award-winning tutorial videos that you can watch right here. Once you're finished, you'll understand why we gave ourselves a fake award.