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Item # ODI0048

Description

The ODI Rogue Grips have charms that aren't seen but felt. The soft rubber blocks are designed to cushion the blow that even the longest-travel fork can't absorb. And since each block has a subtle file texture, they work great with gloves or without. The lock-on clamps guarantee the grip won't move until you want them to. They come with the clamps, hardware, and end caps. You'll have the option for standard length, 115mm grips or the shorter SRAM version for use with twist shifters.

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5 5

For those wanting a larger grip

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

First thing I replaced when I got my new Yeti SB5C. Almost all other grips seem too small for me to get a comfortable grip. These fit the bill perfectly as they aren't too big or too small. The grip is phenomenal and I've never felt like grip has at all been an issue. Over time, perhaps from them breaking in, they have gotten incredibly sticky. Racing Enduro this hasn't been a bad thing as I almost feel like I'm glued to these things. Have gone through several pairs through the years and keep coming back to them.

5 5

Add some suspension to your palms

I have these on my heavy dual suspension bike and love them. They add a little more cushion than most other grips and the rubber is soft. I don't use them on my XC bike because I prefer a more minimalist grip on it. These come in 2 different versions, so if you use Grip Shifts make sure you get the right ones.

5 5

Great Grip

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you have big hands, then these are the grips for you. Not only do they provide great grip and cushion, the larger size makes holding onto the handlebars as your heart skips a beat as you fly over a cliff just a little bit easier, by far my favorite grips.

4 5

Long lasting grip

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had these grips for 3 yrs. Worked flawlessly. Only after 3 years did I feel I needed to get new grips as the rubber began to feel ever so slightly stiff. I don't change grips every year but these things got abused and never ripped or broke. They still look new. I wear a size large adult glove and they feel fine to me. I just tried the ESI regular grips (not race) and the ESI feel slightly larger but more give. Can't say I like the ESI over these; just a preference but if your hands are tiny these might feel pretty big.

4 5

Great grip for good price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great grip, nice and fat so it's good for guys with slightly larger hands. Locks in place, and the nice thing is if you have a KS dropper post, the lever integrates nicely on to the grip to keep a super clean handlebar set up.

5 5

Love, love, love

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

You either love these fat awesome comfy grips or you don't... I don't actually know anyone who doesn't.

Big diameter, big soft blocks, locks into place and stays. I have used these on two different bikes. One had an 8 speed grip shift, the other standard. I love both versions and can't see going with another grip anytime soon.

Both bikes I used these on have been FR/DH rigs ridden in FR/DH settings.

Love, love, love