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Rogue Gymnastics Grips – Gray

The proven accessory for protecting your hands during high rep pull-ups, kettlebell swings, toes-to-bar, and dozens of other palm punishing movements. With the latest version of Rogue’s Gymnastic Grips, we’ve included textured American leather on both sides to eliminate slippage and a convenient hook-and-loop strap for a custom, comfortable fit. The redesigned grips are gray in color and embossed with the Rogue Barbell Club logo. Choose from one of three sizes using the simple sizing chart below.


  • Material: USA Made Leather
  • Width: 2.5” (6.35 cm)
  • Length: Varies based on size (See sizing chart)
  • Color: Gray
  • Adjustable hook and loop strap
  • Applications: Avoid tearing up your hands on high rep WODs, pull-ups, kettlebell & dumbbell swings, etc. Healthy hands = longer workouts.


Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Width 2.5"
Color Gray
Made In USA Yes
Rogue V2 Gymnastics Grips is rated 3.9285714285714284 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great hand protection. Terrible velcro straps. I just received these in the mail Friday and used them on a Saturday workout with pull ups. The leather is good quality. It isn't too thick where you feel like you can't grip the bar, nor is it too thin where you feel like it isn't helping. They do bunch up a little bit when you jump up and grab the bar, but it is something you just get used to. My only complaint is the wrist strap. It is very basic velcro with a plastic piece the velcro loops through. The velcro is a bit abrasive, and the plastic piece rubs your wrist. I played around with them and tried pull ups with them loosened a bit, as well as tighter, and regardless of how tight they were, they still rubbed my wrist raw. I recommend them because of how well they protect your hands, but i'm disappointed on the quality of the wrist straps.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but could be better Rogue- time for a V3 re design. These grips are nice and are made out of the proper material for their purpose but the buckles and wrist straps are simply badly designed. The grips or identical... Meaning they are really only made for one hand. Unfortunately I do not have two left hands so the plastic buckle always digs into my right wrist. Once rogue gets the design right these will be very nice grips and I would easily give 5 stars.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great, but need a slight re-design Love these, except for the buckle on one hand being under my thumb. This is due to the grips being identical. If the buckles are opposite on each grip, then they are on the lateral part of the wrist and don't dig into the thumbs tendons/nerves. With that feature, my 4 stars goes to 5. Rogue, please fix this and I'll buy these until I die!
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They work great if you aren't afraid to use them My story: I had the V1's since 8/2013 and just threw them out last night (7/26/16) after some muscle ups finally started tearing the leather at the stitching line at the wrist strap. They had sure gotten their use and I'd gotten my money's worth out of them. Timing was great because I'd just ordered the V2s which should be arriving tomorrow. I'd started looking around for a new pair of grips as I knew my V1s were at the end of their life. I decided to re-order another set of Rogue grips as they're less expensive than other "nicer" leather grips and I didn't have a problem with the wrist strap digging in. Besides, the other nicer grips still had velcro which wears out (see note on that below) The bad: They aren't the cadillac of grips. Other grips have padding around the wrists and more fitted finger holes which are big deals to some people. These do work, but there were rare times over the past 3 years when I'd still rip. This was mostly due to my not knowing how to use them correctly in the beginning. Don't be afraid to let them bunch up and crease under your hands. Get a full hand grip on the bar and let the grips do the work (as opposed to hanging from your fingers to prevent ripping like you would without grips). The grips will stretch and "deform" a little and it doesn't seem at first like it'd be good for the grips to be so rough on them. They're leather, however, so stretching and creasing them will be fine. Also, I have some friends who don't like the feel of the grips around their fingers so they leave their fingers out of the holes and just flop the grip over the bar when they jump up. The good: they protect my hands. Grips are a must have for toes to bar and muscle ups, in my opinion. I've used them for pull ups, toes to bar, bar muscle ups, ring muscle ups, even snatches in WODs where I was afraid my palms would rip. After these grips were broken in they quickly became a staple in my gym bag. Other thoughts: the black of the V1 is way cooler looking than the white/gray of the V2s. Something of more importance (IMO) is the velcro. All grips that I've seen have velcro which is a pain. It wears out and clings to other fabric in my gym bag. It doesn't seem like it would be too much to instead have a piece of webbing with a double-D ring similar to a motorcycle helmet. Or maybe a snap strap like a snap back hat. Surely there's a more durable strap system than velcro (and comfortable for those who find the plastic edges to dig in). I still give it 5 stars simply for the fact that I used mine so much. Once I got used to them, I was almost afraid to work out without them with certain movements!
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hand Saver I was destroying my hands WOD after WOD. These grips are a huge help. I noticed people complaining about the buckle digging in, but I haven't had any issues. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2016-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best grip aver These are a game changer, I don't even attempt a pull-up if I don't have them. Always order a few at the time because in the end the rip. And yes the plastic piece can get painful, just use wrist wraps.
Date published: 2016-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They are a game changer Most people wear the grips in the incorrect place. They should be worn between the two knuckles not down in the palm. The grips will foldover in the palm or near the fingers and pull tension around the wrist. Many of our top athlete use them.
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good, but the plastic piece is painful These work well, but both are meant for the right hand, which means the plastic piece digs into your left wrist below the thumb, especially if you're wearing them with HSPU or HS walk in your workout. If you wear with it with a wrist band it helps. Strap could be made with a material that is a little less abrasive, too.
Date published: 2016-02-21
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from They get the job done, but not perfect They get the job done and I've since ordered a second pair. I can do more reps without them, but it's priceless not having to stop bar work because of tears. Ideally, they'd somehow be a smoother fit. Perhaps I need to break them in more, perhaps the thicker material is more durable. I'm still very happy.
Date published: 2015-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good but could be improved I have been using V1 for 2.5 years or so and really like them. Just got V2s and find them softer to use from the start compared to V1s. I have found that the wrist strap can sometime be unconfortable and bite into the skin of the wrist. I have now combined my V2s to a wrist strap a solve that problem. Rogue should think about making V3s this way!
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally something that works I've bought two different types of full gloves. i also bought half gloves. Nothing works as good as these, only minor problem is if you tighten them too much then bar work hurts your wrist. But overall these are the best product I've found.
Date published: 2015-04-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Essential equipment These are a must for anything involving a lot of hanging bar work. Note that if you have large hands even the largest size will not give you 100% coverage. Also agree with other reviews that found these require some breaking in and can often get slippery if you sweat a lot. Chalking up the grips helps too. I only rarely get a tear since using these.
Date published: 2015-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SOOOOOOOO ,uch better than V1 The V1 hurt my fingers, they were stiff, they were not good. And of course Rogue fixed all these issues because they are awesome. I've tried everything for grips and these are my new go-tos. If you have V1 upgrade and get yourself a pair. If you are debating just add these bad boys to the cart. I just regret getting the V1s, the only bad product I've ever gotten from Rogue.
Date published: 2015-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great hand savers! (tip for breaking in) I liked these much more after they were broken in. Here's a little tip on how I did it which comes from how I use to break in baseball gloves. Tip for breaking in leather gymnastic grips. 1. Fill a tall microwave safe kitchen glass 3/4 full of water and microwave for 2.5 minutes ish. You want the water very hot. (use a hot pad to pull the glass out carefully when done). 2. Roll the grips up like a piece of carpet and push them down into the water (use a wooden spoon). 3. Let the grips soak for 15-30 minutes ish.. 4. Take them out and let them air dry hanging on the side of the sink (should take a day or so). 5. The grips will feel a little stiff initially, rough them up a bit with your hands and they will turn super flexible and completely broken in. This should work for "reviving" old grips as well.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rogue V2 Gymnastics Grips They work great. The only thing that bothered me is that mine didn't seem to be a left of right, just two of the same one, I'm not sure if that was intentional or accidental.
Date published: 2015-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Takes some getting used to, but worth it It is hard to get used to wearing these for pullups etc, but I just kept at it, broke them in and now I don't leave to the gym without them. If you have never used these before, just know it will take a break-in period, stick with them, it's worth it. I never rip anymore, and they don't bother me a bit.
Date published: 2014-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No More Rips These are fantastic for pull-ups. I've never felt like they were too thick on or too slick on the bar. They've made it so my callouses don't get too thick and my hands don't rip. I couldn't ask for anything more. Now I can focus on getting the right kind of ripped ;)
Date published: 2014-09-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too slippery to be useful at all These grips are slippery to the point that they are completely useless on a pull-up bar. I have a habit of tearing my palms on large sets of pull-ups (30-50 reps) and bought these to replace a pair of grips I made from slicing up an old set of leather lifting straps. With the V2s on, immediately upon grabbing the pull-up bar it slips completely into my fingertips, and I can barely eke out a set of 10, all the while feeling like my finger pads are about to rip off because they're supporting my full body weight. I realize that their tackiness could improve with a little sweat and chalk break-in time, but I don't know how that could happen seeing as how completely unusable they are out of the box.
Date published: 2014-09-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great for barbell work, horrible for pullups. My primary purpose is purchasing these grips was to protect my hands from tearing while I did pull ups. While they did achieve this, the thickness of the grips posed a serious grip problem. On a standard 1.25in pull up bar these grips made me feel like I was holding onto an extra thick bar and definitely compromised my grip strength. To make matters worse they did not stay in place very well when I jumped up to grab the bar and ended bunching up in my palms. I had to take a few seconds on each set and fix my grip, which added time to my overall score. I will say that I love using them with a 28mm barbell. They feel pretty comfortable and secure when doing oly and deadlifts. I'll also like them on my 0.75in pull up bar at home. But on your standard 1.25in pull up bar they are just no good.
Date published: 2014-08-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Eliminates tearing of calluses but sacrificed grip These grips did what they seemed to be created for and eliminated the risk of ripping off any calluses while doing pull ups. My hands felt great after doing a couple of pull up heavy WOD's. The problem was that it was like doing pull ups on a much wider bar. On a 3/4 in. pull up bar I have at home they felt fine. On a 28mm rogue bar they also felt pretty good while doing deadlifts. But on the 1 1/4 pull up bars at my gym, which I think are the standard on Rogue rigs, it payed a serious tole on the grip. They also bunched up a lot when I jumped up and my palms collided with the bar. I had to take a few second and adjust every time I started a new set which added time to my score. Overall they left my hands feeling great, especially with thin bars. But the loss of grip while doing pull ups was not worth it.
Date published: 2014-07-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Still getting rips after using these and I did shave down my calluses These things will slide on the palm of your hand. It reduces grip strength on the bar. I feel like I'm slipping after every kip. I started getting blisters in my fingers where the slots make contact. I was better off without these. I bought a callus shaver and rasper. Followed the hand care videos on youtube. Hands were nice and smooth. I chalked my hands, put on the grips, chalked the grips, and still got blisters plus less grip stability. I recommend not purchasing these.
Date published: 2014-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Grips I only have been using them for about a month but so far they are awesome. Make sure you chalk them first. They are a very comfortable fit. Great product.
Date published: 2014-04-17
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