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Century Versys VS.2 Grappling Fight Simulator Bag

Century Versys VS.2 Grappling Fight Simulator Bag - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

With the Century® Versys™ VS.2 Fight Simulator Bag, you can easily and safely perform grappling takedowns, holds, leg locks or reversals without a partner. Combat sport and fitness athletes alike can experience a new level of training with this strategically weighted simulator bag made of a soft and flexible arm and leg core. Focus on building your endurance and speed with the VS.2 Fight Simulator, while perfecting your technique.

  • Lightweight grappling simulator bag stands upright for upper and lower body takedowns
  • Features patented three-leg structure strategically weighted to hold upright position
  • Soft and flexible arm and leg core for full flexibility and natural rebounding
  • Ideal for combination takedowns, holds, arm bard, leg locks and reversals
  • Perform under hooks, level changes, and ground and pounds without a partner
  • No installation, hanging fixtures or bag stands required
  • Easy to assemble, move and store when not in use
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 90 days
  • Assembled Product Dimensions: 60" H
  • Weight: Approximately 50 lbs
  • Model: 10185Z
  • Century

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-654-4701.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 30722606

Customer Reviews:

Century Versys VS.2 Grappling Fight Simulator Bag 1 5 1 1
A waste of money The idea was great but the product doesn't deliver... It was not worth the price. In my view it shouldn't cost more than $50 and that's being generous! October 26, 2014
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