Rogue Peg Board

4.8/5

Builtscore

4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
Based on 4 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The official, wall-mounted Rogue Peg Board is made in the USA from your choice of top-quality maple or pine. Each set includes one 1.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The official, wall-mounted Rogue Peg Board is made in the USA from your choice of top-quality maple or pine. Each set includes one 1.5″ thick board (95.625” tall x 11.75” wide) and two grip-friendly wood dowel rods—each measuring 6.5” in length and 1.19” in diameter.

An increasingly popular tool for upper body training, climbing peg boards can be a simple but dynamic addition to a small garage gym or a larger training facility. Rogue’s design includes 35 staggered holes along the roughly 8-foot ascent of the wood board, with six counter bored holes for mounting (mounting hardware not included). The full unit weighs in at 38LB

Along with selecting which type of wood you prefer (via the column on the right), you can also choose between a standard Rogue Peg Board and the Rogue Echo Peg Board.

Width

11.75"

Length

95.625"

Product Weight

38 LB

Color

Tan

Made In USA

Yes

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Rogue Peg Board
Rated 4.75 out of 5 stars
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GGR Builtscore: 4.8/5
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