Sorinex Utility Seat
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The Sorinex Utility Seat was designed out of necessity. An industry first.Manufacturer: Sorinex Exercise EquipmentCategory: Lower Body Attachments
Product Summary & Specs
The Sorinex Utility Seat was designed out of necessity. An industry first. An integrated system for safer and more efficient movement. Step-ups, box squats, hyperextensions, and more. The Sorinex Utility Seat brings the athlete inside the rack allowing them to perform specific movements utilizing all safety systems of the Base Camp, XL Series, and Dark Horse Racks. Attach your Utility Seat to Half / Full Spotter Bars and use Safety Straps to control the risk in your training environment. Allow more athletes than ever to train at one station, increasing the carrying capacity of your facility. Attach your Utility Seat to your Sorinex Jammer Arms for seated leg presses and more. The configurations and adjustments are endless. Limited only by lack of creativity. The Utility Seat utilizes our industry First 4-Way Hole Design allowing all bars, brackets, and add-ons to be secured in any direction front to back or side to side. Thus, a new proven concept; room for constant growth, change, and efficient training time use was created and forever changed the strength training equipment world.
Weight: 44 lbs
Material: 11 Gauge American Steel
Finish: Black Texture Powder Coat
Fits: Base Camp Series | XL Series | Dark Horse Racks
First Rack Attached Utility Seat
Utilizes First 4-Way Hole Design
Utilizes First “Utility Pin” Design
Attach Directly to Half / Full Safety Bars or Jammer Arms
Stored Vertically on Rack with 2 Bar / Utility Seat Storage Attachment
Custom Color Options
|Made In USA||
3×3" Tubing 1" Hole
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