Rogue SML-2C Squat Stand

Rogue SML-2C Squat Stand
Rogue SML-2C Squat Stand
Rogue SML-2C Squat Stand
4.8/5

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4.8 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
Based on 5 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Now available in a wide spectrum of custom colors, the SML-2C Monster Lite Squat Stand delivers much of the strength and versatility of a power rack in an efficient, compact frame. Featuring 3×3″ 11-gauge steel uprights, an adjustable fat/skinny pull-up bar, and 0.

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Made in USA

Pros & Cons

What we like about the product...

  1. The SML-2 is one of Rogue's best selling squat racks of all time. The SML-2C has added colors to the original design.
  2. The steel used on the uprights is 3"x3" 11-guage that is capable of handling just about any weight. It's rated for 1,000 LB, but we're sure it could hold more.
  3. Every hole and logo is laser-cut, which is vastly superior to the punch that some companies use.
  4. Due to the standard dimensions of the uprights, the SML-2 can accept any Monster Lite accessory that Rogue makes, which is an extensive list.
  5. A fat/skinny pull-up bar comes standard with the rack that is coated in textured black powder-coat.
  6. The base of the frame is deep enough that kipping pullups can be done on the rack if weighted down with sandbags or plates.
  7. The SML-2 comes with a lifetime warranty and is made in the USA of US-sourced steel.
  8. There's no requirement to bold down the rack to the floor to use, meaning it can go in any garage or room in your home without major modifications.

What needs improvement...

  1. The rack does rock with kipping pull-ups and toes to bar if not weighted down.
  2. The SML-2 doesn't come with spotter arms standard, which we'd suggest for anyone planning to bench alone. Seriously, do not bench alone without a spotter or spotter arms.
  3. The squat stand style that the SML-2 isn't as versatile as a power rack.

Product Summary & Specs

Now available in a wide spectrum of custom colors, the SML-2C Monster Lite Squat Stand delivers much of the strength and versatility of a power rack in an efficient, compact frame. Featuring 3×3″ 11-gauge steel uprights, an adjustable fat/skinny pull-up bar, and 0.625″ holes in the Westside spacing pattern, it’s an affordable hybrid of Rogue’s S-2 and Monster SM-2 squat stands.The American-made SML-2C is equally equipped for squats, bench, pull-ups, clean pulls, floor press, and more, with a bolt-together, triangle-plate base designed for maximum stability. For these exclusive colorized racks, we’ve also introduced a new MG Satin Black finish on the base, along with black zinc hardware throughout.

Made In USA

Yes

Color

Varies

Product Weight

157 LB

Length

48"

Width

49"

Height

92"

Steel Notes

3×3" 11 Gauge Steel Uprights

GGR Reviews

Rogue SML-2C Squat Stand
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
5 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.8/5
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    5 reviews for Rogue SML-2C Squat Stand

    The Bottom Line

    The Rogue SML-2C is the colored version of the SML-2 which is the first rack Coop had in his garage gym, and he still has it to this day. Despite being used for nearly a decade, the rack still looks great with only a few chips and surface rust spots. Although we prefer a power rack, if you don't have space or don't feel like spending the extra to buy one, the SML-2 is the squat stand we recommend most often. It's stable, has a lot available accessories, and is priced well for the quality.

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    Coop is the creator of Garage Gym Reviews. He's produced more content on home gyms and training equipment than likely anyone else in the world and is recognized as the foremost expert in the space. When not writing about barbells, squat racks, and other pieces of equipment, he can be found eating tacos and reading biographies on dead people. Coop has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Art of Manliness, Starting Strength, Men's Health, Business Insider and many others.

    Author: CooperMitchell Contact: coop@garagegymreviews.com