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ODI Rogue Lock-On Grip - Bonus Pack

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The ODI Rogue Lock-On Bonus Pack gives big hands a thicker grip and more cushion, plus all the love of Lock-On technology. Micro-knurling and deep channel cuts provide secure traction and excellent debris-clearing capability.

  • Bonus Pack includes grips, Lock Jaw clamps, and end caps.

Tech Specs

Lock On:
rubber, anodized aluminum
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Avg. ride time: 7h 48m per week
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4 5

Fat Grips for Big Hands

First off, I love the ODI lock on system. They are just soooo much easier than non-locking grips. I love being able to take things on and off my bar at will and preserving my grips all the while.

For someone with big gorilla hands like me, the Rogue is a good grip choice. I've used these with a rigid 29er and my hands were still perfectly happy even after long bumpy rides (for example, the Tahoe Sierra 100). They're big and cushy and sticky and everything you want a grip to be. Mine tend to last 3-4 years before the rubber wears down and I feel like getting new ones.

If your hands are smaller or you prefer a smaller diameter, go with the ODI Ruffians, which are just as grippy and tacky but much thinner.

If you're looking for the absolute most comfortable grip, though, the ODIs may not make the cut. I find ESIs to be much more comfortable and nicer on my hands. It's a tough choice because the ESIs are such a huge pain to install and remove; the ODIs may be a better mix of convenience and comfort even though they're not as comfortable outright.

Fat Grips for Big Hands
5 5

Money for your Meat Paws

Great, thicker grips. I found them to reduce the smaller vibrations through rock gardens and such. It also give your bars a bigger circumference feeling, which is nice if you have larger hands. It was the first upgrade I did for my Slayer 50. I suggest you do the same.

5 5

Best Grips

I have heard so many good things about these grips, so I decided to try them. And I was definitely glad I did. I'm not sure if I will try anything different, aweseme that they come in different colors too.

Best Grips
4 5

Beefy grips

Only had for a few rides now. So far so good. Pretty chunky but feel soft and secure. Just rode the ribbon. Would recommend

5 5

Serious Grip

I have larger sized hands and these are larger than the stock grips. Makes it very easy and comfortable. These are like having glue on your hands. Very Very Grippy. They look pretty good as well.

4 5

Legit Grips

These grips look just as cool in person as in the picture. The lock on functionality is excellent as they have yet to slip on me no matter how hard I've pulled on them. I will buy these again when they wear out.

5 5

Would buy again and did.

Wore a pair out after about a year and replaced them with the same. Package said they are for watercraft - that explains why they grip so well when hands are wet, or muddy. I wear med gloves, and found the size to be fine. Do give a little extra cushion and help with chatter. Never a problem with numbness. Never a problem with the lock-on technology. Easy to take off/on and locks down tight.

4 5

Solid Grips

These grips provide you with a solid comfortable connection to your bike with a medium thickness. Always grippy regardless of whether its hot, cold or wet.
Just enough cushion to soften those chatter sections of the trail. The deep tread made them easy to clear caked mud on the wettest Whistler days. And love the ease of the lock-on setup.