RAGE R2 Speed RopeItem Number: 13270940
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Improve your coordination and cardio endurance with the RAGE® R2 Trainer Rope. The R2 is the perfect rope for beginners or experienced jumpers. The rope's superior control allows newcomers to develop rhythm and improve confidence, while helping experienced athletes improve stamina. The rope is 11' long and features two handles with end caps for superior handling. Train like a champion with the RAGE® R2 Speed Rope.
- PVC coated speed rope
- Perfect for beginners and experienced athletes alike
- Measures 11' length
- Includes two handles with end caps
- Manufacturer's warranty: 1 year
- Model: CF-BR150/P
For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-877-660-7243.
Country Of Origin: United States
Rated 2 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by tmcmoy junk! This is total junk! It's not fast, it gets beat up bad if you're using it outside and it's flimsy. It was a gift and i tried doing double understand with it and couldn't get one! Taking it back tomorrow and getting one off the rogue website. Such a bummer. January 11, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jeb Not for double unders Bought this at the Kennesaw Georgia store. Needed a solid rope for the crossfit games open. I can do 50 double unders unbroken. However I couldn't do a single double under with this rope. There is no weight to the wire at all. This is NOT for circuit raining or crossfit. Very frustrated that Dicks would put something out like this. March 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by CrossFit PFB Nice speed rope We use this rope in our CrossFit gym. So far the rope is pretty durable. However, we only use the rope on the rubber matting in the gym. We do not allow members to use this rope on the concrete. With that said, the rope shows little to no wear and seems that it will hold up for some time. Setting he length is straight forward and quite simple. We cut it a little long and shorter members can just tie a couple of knots near the handle to shorten appropriately. October 16, 2012
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