Century Versys Youth V.SPAR.1 Spar Simulator Bag


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Designed with a young athlete in mind, the Century® Versys™ V.SPAR.1 Spar Simulator Bag is the perfect training tool for endurance, speed and technique training. This pre-filled bag offers a large, low-impact striking surface and is small enough for youth to easily lift, toss and take down in training. The V.SPAR.1 Spar Bag provides unrivaled versatility and is ideal for stand up sparring, take down and ground and pound workouts.

  • Versatile, freestanding spar simulator bag designed specifically for youth
  • Pre-filled bag made of heavy-duty vinyl construction and high-impact polyurethane foam
  • Natural rebounding properties for low impact during maximum force strikes and kicks
  • Ideal for practicing low/high punches and kicks, knees and elbows
  • Perform stand up sparring, take down and ground workouts for versatile training
  • Includes large striking surface and top handles for knee striking
  • Small enough to lift, toss or take down during training
  • Helps develop and enhance coordination and development
  • Improves aerobic conditioning, endurance, speed and technique training
  • No installation, hanging fixtures or bag stands required
  • Easy to assemble, move and store when not in use
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 90 days
  • Product Dimensions: Bag - 11" D; Base - 14" D; Total Height - 48" H
  • Weight: Approximately 40 lbs
  • Model: 10187
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For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-654-4701.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 30722616

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Weight This product is good for take downs and ground and pound workouts. But no so good for sparing unless someone is holding the bag. For the old school karate techniques it is good for lower body movement and soft touch excersises but not hard kicks. Nothing a child can do on there own. Maybe more weight on the bottom but not sure. January 12, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Taekwondo Bag! Just love this bag for my two boys who are into Taekwondo. The shipment came fast. So, fast was the set up as it was just take out of box and use. My boys can practice at home what they have learned in class. It is easy to kick down and pick up by my 4 yr old. My 10 yr old can use this for take downs and for kicking. I love how easy it is to move around the house as storage is not an issue. February 8, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for kids under 6. Bought for my son who is almost 9. It's to short and it doesn't have any snap back. I have to return sadly. January 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wow. Never dreamed how popular this would be for my nephew and his 9 year old friends. Get ready for a yard full of boys being boys with this bag. We couldn't be more pleased with the keyboard being put away and the action moving outside. September 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by it's what I wanted I'm an adult woman, 5-5", and I wanted this for CV exercise, and to build upper body strength, as well as for balance. It's light enuf where there's very little "strikeback", which is what I was looking for April 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product very satisfied! We are so glad we went with this bag over the others like a "wavemaster". This bag is perfect. It's so versatile and responsive. This is no toy. December 27, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very good product Great! I wish it had a little more weight at the base so that it could withstand full out kicks but great product. December 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Overall, good Bought it for my 7 year old son who's in Pankration and Muay Thai. I was considering the full size Versys because of the extra weight and thought he wouldn't be able to knock it down therefore better for striking. But then again, I thought maybe with this smaller one he could practise his Muay Thai knees and probably his take downs as well. That turns out to be true. While it's much lighter for sure so that when he does heavy kicks it does fall over, it does allow him to practise his knees and takedowns. He can also practise top mount and getting his hooks in quickly once he takes it down. He's also taking pleasure in practising ground and pound even though at tis age it's not part of his curriculum. So you give up one thing and gain another. Overall I think it's serving him well for now. I can see him benefiting from a bag that doesn't fall over, but he'd be missing out on other functions May 30, 2014
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