ODI Rogue Lock-On Grip

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ROGUE LOCK-ON GRIP (130MM)
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Grip for days

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The Good:

I use these grips on all my bikes and even have my stepson using them. The lock on design beats any hairspray or adhesive that you use on normal grips. They are soft and sticky, I highly recommend gloves.

The Bad:

Make sure they are pushed on all the way. My stepson had his a little off and crashed, it broke the end cap off. Also at $30 a set they are a little pricey but well worth it.

Overall Review:

Best grips by far. I have them on 3 of my bikes and on my stepsons.

Overall Review:

Best grips by far. I have them on 3 of my bikes and on my stepsons. 

Fatty fats for big fists

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The Good:

Thick cushioned feel for those that prefer a larger diameter grip. Sticky rubber, but doesn't wear too fast.

The Bad:

Can be too thick for some riders. A lot of texture for bare hands - too much, too deep?

Overall Review:

I have used up at least six sets of these over the past decade.I prefer this grip for long trails rides. They wear very well and can be rotated when one side begins to get thin. I use them with gloves and I don't like the feel without gloves (prefer Ruffians for bare hands). I cracked one of them in a hard fall. A rock impact broke the hard internal plastic sleeve, but it probably saved the bar from getting kacked and the damage was my own fault.

Great Grips, Bad Hands

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The Good:

The price is right, the color is right, the fit is right, the positive effects they have on hand fatigue is right, they are comfortable (also right).

The Bad:

I like black but if I had to find something wrong with them I would say that I wish they had more color options.

Overall Review:

I have bad hands due to many years of abuse, being a mechanic, fighting, inadvertently crushing them with stuff and things, bottom line, my hands hurt, all the time. I remember the first time I did downhill mtb, I fell in love but the rental bikes grips where shite, couldn't finish a single run without taking a break to shake out the hands. This made me start searching for better, more comfortable grips which led me to the ODI Rogue. I have tried several other grips over the years and have always gone back to the ODI Rogue. I have them on all my bikes. I just purchased a new Session and ordered a set of ODI Rogues before I had even taken delivery of the new bike. Bottom line, if your hands hurt and you are looking to minimize the damage and fatigue of vibration or you are just looking for

Overall Review:

I have bad hands due to many years of abuse, being a mechanic, fighting, inadvertently crushing them with stuff and things, bottom line, my hands hurt, all the time. I remember the first time I did downhill mtb, I fell in love but the rental bikes grips where shite, couldn't finish a single run without taking a break to shake out the hands.  This made me start searching for better, more comfortable grips which led me to the ODI Rogue.  I have tried several other grips over the years and have always gone back to the ODI Rogue.  I have them on all my bikes.  I just purchased a new Session and ordered a set of ODI Rogues before I had even taken delivery of the new bike.   Bottom line, if your hands hurt and you are looking to minimize the damage and fatigue of vibration or you are just looking for a more comfortable grip, these are the grips for you. 

That's what you need!

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The Good:

The size and feel of this grip makes it a winner in my eyes. I prefer a larger grip as my left hand is knackered from multiple breaks. This grip is very durable too, I didn't need to replace them at all last season.

The Bad:

If the grip was slightly softer, it'll damper more vibration and make it more comfortable for the all day epics, but then you'd lose some of that durability.

Overall Review:

My new bike came with a set of ODI Cross Trainer grips, they will be swapped out with the Rogue asap.

Too BIG a Grip!

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The Good:

Grippy, wear well

The Bad:

Too thick and very hard compound, very little feeling, cause hand, arm fatigue, scary small lock-on bolts, spinning on bar

Overall Review:

Rode with the Rouges for two years and was always happy until I switched. Found after switching that these grips were too much. The grip compound is hard and thick which translates to very little feeling while riding. The thickness and hardness, I found after changing, actually made me grip the bars harder which caused more hand and arm fatigue while riding. Also found that, that extra grip caused these to loosen up the lock rings and start to spin overtime. I always tightened down to suggested torque, but still has issues and always was a little concerned about over tightening the small bolts ODI uses on the lock rings. I ended up changing to ODI Ruffians and would not go back to these again.

The best grip there is

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The Good:

Super tacky/grippy, great for anything

The Bad:

Slightly thick

Overall Review:

These are the best grips out there, nothing else comes close. They are super sticky and ride perfect with gloves on, they are the best grip around.

They are Rogue

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The Good:

They are the long lasting grips that are super tough.

The Bad:

If you suffer from arm pump then they are NOT for you. They are big in diameter and meant for big hands.

Overall Review:

Overall they look the part and if you wanted a grip that will last a long time then you need to get them. Do note they are thicker than normal grips and are not suitable for a person with small hands.

Might be your favorite, you need to try them

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The Good:

Width, grippiness, end clips.

The Bad:

Heavy, wear quickly, small bolts rust-out very quickly.

Overall Review:

If you prefer a Ruffian that is just personal taste, for some like me the Rogues are an ideal girth, the super slender Ruffians aren't as good for me, not to say they are bad, just like saddles, it's personal. If these grips could be a bit lighter, a bit longer 150mm instead of 130mm and the bolts didn't rust I think they could be perfect!

Specifications

Product ODI Rogue Lock-On Grip
Riding Type Cross Country, Dirt Jump / Slopestyle, Downhill, Enduro / All-Mountain, Freeride / Bike Park, Trail
Length
  1. 90mm:90mm
  2. 130mm:130mm
Material ODI Compounds
Colors Grip: Black or Lime Green
Clamp: Black, Silver, Red, Blue, Grey, Green, Gold, Orange, Purple, White
Weight
Miscellaneous For those who prefer to have more grip to hold onto.
Extra large raised pads provide shock absorption
Deep grooves help channel away dirt or debris
Lock-On Grip System
Includes Snap Cap End Plugs

90mm:
Shortened 90mm length for use with twist shifters.
Replacement pack only, it does not include clamps.
Price
  1. 90mm:$19.95
  2. 130mm:$29.95
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