Rogue Flat Utility Bench 2.0

Rogue Flat Utility Bench 2.0
Rogue Flat Utility Bench 2.0
Rogue Flat Utility Bench 2.0
Rogue Flat Utility Bench 2.0
Rogue Flat Utility Bench 2.0
4.2/5

Builtscore

4.24 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

No nonsense. No limitations.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

No nonsense. No limitations. No assembly required. The redesigned Rogue Flat Utility Bench takes the weight bench back to basics, featuring 2×3″ 11-gauge steel construction, a high-density Neoprene pad, and a pair of angled, wide-set legs for maximized stability.Ergonomically designed and built in the USA, the Flat Utility Bench 2.0 ships fully assembled and offers a needed antidote to the wobbly flat benches and unwieldy FID weight benches routinely imported by the big box stores. While easy to maneuver at just 40 pounds, the Flat Utility Bench is also heavy-duty enough for a tank to sit on it. So no matter the size of the athlete or the intensity of the workout, you’ve got a rock solid foundation underneath you.

Foot Print

48" x 14"

Pad Width

12"

Pad Thickness

2.25"

Weight Capacity

1,000 + LB

Steel Notes

2×3" 11-Gauge Steel

Length

47"

Width

14"

Height

18"

Color

Black

Made In USA

Yes

GGR Reviews

Rogue Flat Utility Bench 2.0
Rated 4.24 out of 5 stars
10 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.2/5
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