The succulent leaves of Aloe kouebokkeveldensis grow in a dense rosette that reminds of that of A. striata. The smooth leaf surfaces have faint signs of longitudinal line markings. The margins are entire without spines, a yellow or reddish cartilaginous rim visible upon them. The leaves taper gradually to their acute tips, the leaf base curving in where it clasps the younger leaves above it.
The inflorescence comprises one or two tall panicles with many dark branches. They bear orange-red flowers bulging slightly at the base and are (sometimes?) dark at the tip as the buds. Open flowers nod from fairly long pedicels in short lax racemes (Low and Uschi, Veld & Flora, March 2006).