Rogue — Mid-sized, versatile motorcycle hand covers
The all new Rogue™ model is an amazingly versatile, mid-sized hand cover—10.5" deep, slightly smaller than our Alcan model. Like the Alcans, they are covered with HippoSkin™, our waterproof outer shell, and insulated with a generous layer of HippoFat™, a warm, flexible, closed cell foam—both are designed to keep inclement weather away from your hands.
It has a flexible neoprene cuff designed to block wind and rain. The protective shell provides all-weather coverage, fits a myriad adventure and sport touring bikes, as well as some scooters, and other bikes. It offers a large hand opening that stays open at high speeds and they are designed to be fitted over brush/hand guards.
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The Rogue features side and front reflective panels for higher visibility in low light situations.
Sold in pairs. Hand/brush guards are required for proper fitment and for safety reasons. Hippo Hands go on and off in seconds and never require tools or hardware.
Love the new Rogue! Just did a 4 day ride with lows in the 30s and the hands stayed warm the entire time!
Rogues work well on both KTM 890 Adventure R and BMW R1250GS, wish I had bought them earlier, great customer service also, highly recommended !
Very good quality. Nice fit, warm hands. Enough said....
The velcro stitched on the inside needs to be longer in length to allow the front portion of the Hippo Hand to fully rest against the front face of the hand guard. With the current design, the length of velcro that stitched inside the Hippo Hand doesn't attach to the provided velcro strap when placing the Hippo Hand against the front of the motorcycles hand guard.
Additionally, I wish the provided velcro strap was longer in length. The straps provided just barely fit on my 2019 R1250GSA. Any suggestions on how to remedy this would be greatly appreciated.
Had the opportunity to test these out recently on a ride through Oregon and Washington in temps around the low and mid 40's. They performed as advertised and material used is quality stuff.