ARCHON Multi Grip Trap Bar

ARCHON Multi Grip Trap Bar
ARCHON Multi Grip Trap Bar
ARCHON Multi Grip Trap Bar
ARCHON Multi Grip Trap Bar
ARCHON Multi Grip Trap Bar
4.1/5

Builtscore

4.0909090909091 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
Based on 11 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The ARCHON Multi Grip Hex Trap Bar takes the traditional trap bar to a new level. Traditional trap bars require the lifter to hoist up the bar for loading and removing plates adding risk of injury.

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Made in USA
$194.95

Product Summary & Specs

The ARCHON Multi Grip Hex Trap Bar takes the traditional trap bar to a new level. Traditional trap bars require the lifter to hoist up the bar for loading and removing plates adding risk of injury. Further, not every person’s hands are the same. What if you desire a small grip, medium grip, or large grip? The ARCHON Trap Bar is the solution to both problems. With an elevated storage system, you can easily slide bumper plates and Olympic plates on and off. The multi-grip handles not only allow for different size hands, but also for those wishing to challenge their forearms and grip strength. With rubber protectors under the bar your flooring will be safe.

Made In USA

No

Knurled

Yes

Loadable Sleeve Length

9"

Bar Length

66"

GGR Reviews

ARCHON Multi Grip Trap Bar
Rated 4.0909090909091 out of 5 stars
11 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.1/5
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