ODI Rogue Lock-On Grips
For those who prefer to have more grip to hold onto, the Rogue Lock-On grips provide extra large pads constructed of their proprietary compounds designed to provide the ultimate in shock absorption.
Not much to say. As described and worked great. Wear an extra large glove and although I'd prefer them to be slightly larger, they are thicker than most.
These have become my go to grip. I like the feel of the pattern and the large diameter. Work well with gloves wet or dry. I have them on all my bikes.
These grips have a lot of squish, which can make for a comfy ride.
Got these for the wife and they're super sticky grippy. I've always used Lizard Skins but I may go the ODI route. These are not just grippy but the level of cushioning is really nice. And they're not going anywhere.
You see these grips on a lot of bikes in videos and used bike sales, there is a reason why, they're awesome. Can't say enough good things about these grips. The rubber holds up well through crashes and they get tackier with time. If they start to wear rotate them. Lock on's have never slipped on me. They say these are a little bulky, I dont have particularly big hands and I find them to be great. Lots of cushion and takes the edge off vibration. I can't see using any other grips.
Being a big guy, I love the fit of the larger grip. I run this grip on all my bikes. The texture is soft and grippe, almost a bit squishy. Very comfortable to ride.
Bought some of these from a bike shop while on a mountain biking vacation. Loved them so much that I ordered another set for my other bike once I got home. They have a very comfortable larger diameter and are a very soft, sticky rubber. I was sure that these would wear out quickly, but still have the original pair a year and a half later. Won't need replacement for a while still. I also ride 3-4 days a week. I have since talked these up to some riding buddies who have bought some. They all agree that these are the best grips around.
I use these on both my trail and DJ bikes. They are nice and stick and also provide a lot of vibration dampening, but the reason that I really love them is their thicker diameter. I rock size large gloves and smaller grips just didn't fit and I would always get blisters riding my dirt jumper. With these my fingertips don't wrap all the way around the grip and just feel awesome. I was hesitant to buy them because a didn't feel I have big beefy hands but I'm definitely sticking with these from now on. And of course the ODI lock-ons have an impeccable reputation.
replaced the stock ergo grips. What a huge improvement on grip in all weather conditions and comfort. Will buy again...if they ever wear out
Great grips for bigger hands. I have them on all of my mountain bikes.
As the other reviewers have stated, these are great for people with larger hands. I usually wear size XL gloves and have a span between the tip of my thumb and the tip of my pinky of 11" when splayed out. I have used other grips other grips in the past but my hands have always cramped up due to having to close them so tightly around their thinner diameters. I ordered a set of these for my hardtail around two years ago and have been very happy with them. I have sweaty hands as well and the depth of the grip pattern really lets the sweat drain away. With that said, the depth can also be a little uncomfortable when riding without gloves, as the ridges can really dig into your hands awkwardly when going over rock terrain. As I usually ride with gloves it's not that annoying to me but you should be aware of it if something like that bothers you. The lock-on design is spot on. I've used slide-on grips in the past that spun around the handlebar when taking hard hits wich leaves you fumbling to correct your grip when you should be paying attention for the next hit. I have not had that problem with these. The endcaps do tend to get scratched up a bit after a spill, even if it was on plain dirt and not the usual rock gardens in my area. If you are looking for a product that looks brand new even after falling down a 30 foot drop then you will likely need to look at something that uses harder metals. I don't care either way, so I am good with these. I like these enough that I am purchasing a second set for my full suspension ride.
Serious grip that fits a larger hand! Was feeling hand fatigue after long rides with narrower grips so switched to the Rogue grips and noticed a difference right away. Lock-on clamps keep it from budging like other grips and the rubber holds up to all day in the sweat and grime.
These are the only grips that I can handle without gloves for more than a couple minutes due to sweaty palms. They fit large hands well, last a long time, and have become the grips of choice with most of my buddies.