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Best hand straps for Oculus Quest 2, Oculus Quest 2022

Oculus Touch controllers have wrist loops that keep them from flying off, but you still need to keep a rigid claw grip on them at all times while playing. By installing a hand or knuckle strap, you can keep your controllers fully attached, even while letting go of them completely. We've collected the best Oculus Quest 2 hand straps — plus straps for the original Quest's different-sized Touch controllers — to make long VR gaming sessions more bearable.

These are some of the most comfortable Quest 2 hand straps out there

These hand straps are designed specifically for the third-generation Oculus Touch controllers that ship with the Oculus Quest 2. If you're looking for hand straps for the original Oculus Quest, check the section below this one.

Compatible with the original Oculus Quest

There aren't many options to choose from anymore but if you have an original Oculus Quest and just want some controller enhancements, these grips will do you a world of good.

Choose your grip wisely

We scoured the internet for the best Oculus Quest 2 and original Oculus Quest hand straps and grips to make sure we picked the best of the best. When in doubt, you can almost never go wrong with any VR Cover accessory, but especially its Quest 2 controller grips. We've tested these straps thoroughly and are happy with the comfort level and overall safety. You can also invest in a halo controller protector if you're concerned about accidentally smacking or dropping your controllers.

Once you've chosen the best Quest 2 hand straps for you, you'll be able to get more active! Try looking into the best Quest 2 face covers, which will help keep your headset clean and more comfortable, and then try looking into some of our picks for the best Oculus Quest 2 games for exercise.

Michael spent years freelancing on every tech topic under the sun before settling down on the real exciting stuff: virtual reality, fitness wearables, gaming, and how tech intersects with our world. He's a semi-reformed Apple-to-Android user who loves running, D&D, and Star Wars. Find him on Twitter at @Michael_L_Hicks.

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