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Go Wild with the Rogue XP Wheelchair by Ki Mobility

You’re young. You’re active. You’re YOU. Don’t let a heavy wheelchair hold you back from the way you’d like to roll. 

Our friends at Ki Mobility understand that inner drive you have as you’re heading off to school, your first job or just away for the weekend to explore your world. That’s why they’ve designed the new Rogue XP wheelchair — a lightweight chair that’s built with your active life in mind.


Don’t let a heavy wheelchair hold you back from your active life. Switch to the lightweight Rogue XP by Ki Mobility.

Rogue XP is the ultimate performance chair for active individuals, encouraging you to embrace your personal style at the age when you care the most. It gives you:

  • the necessary built-in growth
  • no need to compromise fit, function, ride or style

So you can focus your effort on pushing your limits… not your chair.


Creative Freedom is Yours
Rogue XP is your blank canvas giving you the freedom to choose your frame, accent, release cable and wheel color. Whether you’re unique, chic, edgy or minimalistic, you can create your own unique ID with Rogue XP.

rogue xp wheelchairGrowth is Yours
Optimize fit, function and ride knowing that you have up to 3” of depth and width growth room. Rogue XP changes with you over time so outgrowing your chair is a problem of the past.

Ideal Position is Yours
The integrated swing-away arm and backrest system on the Rogue XP manual wheelchair adjusts independently, allowing you to achieve ideal backrest and arm positioning.  That means comfort is finally within reach on your new Rogue XP wheelchair.

Rogue XP is designed with 1 3/8″ 7000 series aluminum to provide a durable ultra-lightweight solution that meets the active lifestyle needs of young adults. This is the perfect combination of rigidity and reduced vibration dampening to give you an ultra-responsive ride never experienced before.
rogue xp wheelchair colors

Choose your favorite color for the Rogue XP!

Whether you’re climbing into the driver’s seat or hitching a ride with friends, Rogue XP’s locking back mechanism and 11.6 lb. transport weight makes it simple.

Adjustable Dynamic 5th Wheel
The adjustable Dynamic 5th Wheel allows you to adjust both the range and spring rate, giving you piece of mind while learning wheeling skills and maintaining your stability when riding Rogue XP. Be dynamic. Removable.
Spinergy Release Cable
As a signature feature on the Rogue line, you will only find the Spinergy Backrest Release Cable at Ki Mobility. This bold feature is part of our locking backrest. The Spinergy Backrest Release Cable comes in eight different colors. Whether you want to match your Rogue XP or use it as a ‘pop of color’ you will be sure to find a color to match your ID.
Recognition. Protection.
The recognition and protection you’ve come to know from the Rogue is integrated into the design of Rogue XP. The new redesigned and enhanced Rogue badge is a brushed aluminum badge that adheres to the front wing to protect your chair against dings, scratches, and the every day.

Rogue XP Specifications

rogue-xp-side-ki-mobilityAvailable on the market beginning today, here’s the specifics that you’ll want to know about the Rogue XP Wheelchair before you try it out for yourself:

  • Transport Weight – 11.6 lbs
  • Seat Width – 10 – 18”
  • Seat Depth – 10 – 20”
  • Front Seat Height – 13.5 – 20.5”
  • Rear Seat Height – 11.5 – 20”
  • Camber – 0°, 2°, 6°, 8°
  • Tubing Size – 1 3/8”
  • Weight Capacity – 200 lbs
  • Ansi Resna WC-19 Transit Approved – Yes

Learn More About the Rogue XP Wheelchair

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See the full details on the new Rogue XP here. 

And don’t worry if you’re not located in the United States. Ki Mobility sells directly in Canada, and through distributors in Ireland, the UK, Germany, Italy, most of Latin America, and many countries in Asia and the Middle East.  Learn more at

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