Rogue Branch Fat Bar

4.6/5

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4.625 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
Based on 8 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

In strength training, the need for variety isn’t limited to the range of exercises in your regimen–it applies to equipment, as well. This is why Rogue has created two new advanced “fat bar” options, designed to improve grip and forearm strength while adding a challenging new dimension to pulls and dead lifts for the seasoned weightlifter.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

In strength training, the need for variety isn’t limited to the range of exercises in your regimen–it applies to equipment, as well. This is why Rogue has created two new advanced “fat bar” options, designed to improve grip and forearm strength while adding a challenging new dimension to pulls and dead lifts for the seasoned weightlifter.

Both the Branch Fat Bar and Beam Fat Bar start with the same 1.5″ pipe as the Rogue Axle, with 14″ inches of loadable space and weight capacities topping 550LB. The distinction comes in the Branch and Beam’s 38.5″ fat grip areas.

  • Round grip
  • Outside Diameter: 3″
  • Bar Length: 80.5″
  • Bar Weight: 39LB
Made In USA

Yes

Bar Use

Specialty

Bar Weight

39 LB

Handle Diameter

3"

Coating

Powdercoat

Bar Length

80.5"

Sleeve Coating

Powdercoat

Knurled

No

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Rogue Branch Fat Bar
Rated 4.625 out of 5 stars
8 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.6/5
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