Hyper Rope Battle Rope

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  • No need for any anchor
  • Claims to provide the benefits of a traditional 50’ battle rope in a 6’ or less space
  • Use for high intensity cardio or strength training exercises indoors or outdoors
  • Standard model weighs 15 lbs and measures approximately 20’ long
  • Elite model weighs 19 lbs and measures 25’ long
  • Backed by a 1-year warranty
  • Free strength ropes training videos available through Hyperwear
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In-Depth Review

Hyperwear Hyper Rope Battle Rope Review: In-Depth Review (2024)

Hyperwear Hyper Rope Battle Rope Review: In-Depth Review (2024)

Anyone who’s ever used a battle rope knows how quickly it can jack your heart rate up and leave you feeling winded. Even the fittest people I know can get their behinds whooped by a battle rope.You might normally see these long and heavy ropes in use at the gym, but they’re also an excellent choice for a home workout. Like most home gym equipment products, there are tons of battle ropes to choose from, spanning a wide range of budgets. Choosing one can get tricky, as you always want to make sure you get the most bang for your buck.In our Hyperwear Hyper Rope battle rope review, I take a look at the patent-pending design of this unique piece of workout equipment. Is the Hyper Rope one of the best battle ropes? Let’s find out.RELATED: Read My Hyperwear Hyper Vest Elite Weighted Vest ReviewWhy You Should Trust Us I’ve tested many a battle rope in my day. I’ve used budget options that fray within days of use and high-end ropes that don’t show a single sign of wear after years. From traditional battle ropes like theOnnit Battle Ropes to niche fitness rope products like theInertia Wave, I understand what materials, construction, anchoring systems, and designs make a good battle rope. Read the full review.

Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Space saving
  • No anchor required
  • Versatile
  • Can be used in or outdoors
  • Library of exercises available
  • Portable
What needs improvement ...
  • Can be difficult to control
  • May take some getting used to
  • Expensive

Product Summary

Unlike traditional battle ropes seen in your gym requiring anchors and lots of space, the Hyperwear Hyper Rope Battle Rope features a space-saving, no-anchor design which can be used inside or outside. Claimed to provide the same high-intensity sweat sessions as traditional ropes, this training tool is available in two sizes. The Standard model weighs 15 pounds and measures approximately 20 feet long while the Elite model weighs 19 pounds and measures around 25 feet long. Both ropes are said to require just 6 feet of space to use.

The Hope Rope features a flexible metal core with a 100% polyester braided exterior which compresses the weight of standard battle ropes into a shorter and denser rope. Because there is no need for an anchor, this training tool is more dynamic. In fact, if you really get moving fast it may be difficult to control.

Hyperwear provides a library of training videos specific to the Hyper Rope. With their condensed size, they are easily moved around which expands the number of exercises that can be done. If you use traditional battle ropes, the non-anchor design may take some getting used to. These definitely are an investment but are a very high-quality product and solid choice for home use.



100% polyester braided exterior, flexible metal core


20’ and 25’


15lbs or 19lbs


1 year

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      Available in two weights/sizes, the Hyperwear Hyper Rope offers a unique spin on traditional battle ropes with a design that requires only 6 feet or less to use.