Rogue Echo Slam Balls

4.1/5

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4.1428571428571 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
Based on 7 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Overhead medicine ball slams are great for working the entire body and for releasing some aggression, but they tend to take a toll on the medicine ball itself. Enter the Rogue Echo Slam Ball—specifically designed and battle-tested to absorb the worst abuse and come back for more.

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Product Summary & Specs

Overhead medicine ball slams are great for working the entire body and for releasing some aggression, but they tend to take a toll on the medicine ball itself. Enter the Rogue Echo Slam Ball—specifically designed and battle-tested to absorb the worst abuse and come back for more.

Available in weight increments from 10LB up to 50LB, these rubberized, dead-bounce Slam Balls can benefit athletes of any size and skill level, and they’re versatile enough to use as wall balls or for traditional medicine ball exercises, as well.

In merciless testing, Echo Slam Balls consistently ran the gauntlet. That’s why we’re backing them with a 2-Year Warranty.* If your Echo Slam Ball fails within that time span, you can send us its shell and we’ll send you a new ball.

Warranty

2 Year

Type

10-lb, 15-lb, 20-lb, 25-lb, 30-lb, 35-lb, 40-lb, 45-lb, 50-lb

Diameter

9" or 10"

Color

Red

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Rogue Echo Slam Balls
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GGR Builtscore: 4.1/5
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