Rogue LB Change Plates

4.7/5

Builtscore

4.6666666666667 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
Based on 3 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Rogue LB Change Plates are sold in pairs or full sets, and include 1.25LB, 2.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

Rogue LB Change Plates are sold in pairs or full sets, and include 1.25LB, 2.5LB, 5LB, and 10LB weight increments. Each plate features a 50.40MM collar opening and an exterior rubber coating for a firm, steady hold on any standard Olympic barbell. A color coding (Green/Blue/White) and quality matte finish give the plates a bold look, with easy recognition from a distance.

For serious lifters, incremental loading with change plates can mean the difference between matching an old PR or setting a new one. To order Rogue LB Change Plates as a pair, standard set, or custom package, see the column on the right.

Weight & Size Increments:

  • 1.25LB (White): 133.3MM diameter / 10MM width
  • 2.5LB (Green): 162MM / 15MM
  • 5.0LB (Blue): 190MM / 19MM
  • 10.0LB (White): 230MM / 26MM

Additional Specifications:

  • Sold in pairs or as full set
  • 50.40MM collar opening
  • Rubber coating for stability and durability
  • Tolerance: +/- 10g
  • Matte finish
  • Rogue logo featured above and below collar opening. Back is blank

This plate has a rubber coated metal center. Minimal wear of the rubber, which does not affect performance, may occur with repeated use.

Made In USA

No

Weight Tolerance

+/- 10g

Collar Opening

50.4MM

Coated

Yes

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Rogue LB Change Plates
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GGR Builtscore: 4.7/5
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