Titan Yukon Bar

Titan Yukon Bar
Titan Yukon Bar
Titan Yukon Bar
Titan Yukon Bar
Titan Yukon Bar
Titan Yukon Bar
Titan Yukon Bar
4/5

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4 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Don’t settle for unnecessary strain and discomfort, pick up the Yukon Bar from Titan Fitness and give yourself a better workout! Lose your worrisome back and shoulder pain with the brilliantly curved barbell design. The Yukon bar is longer than our other curved barbell, the Bison Bar, at 96” instead of 87” – and a loadable sleeve length of 17 1/2” for each side.

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Made in USA
$189.95

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Pros & Cons

What we like about the product...

  1. The Titan Yukon Bar is an upgraded version of their previous buffalo bar known as the Bison Bar which we highly suggest you avoid. However, the Yukon Bar is a great alternative.
  2. Featuring a full bar length of 96" and a sleeve length of 17.5", you can load as much weight on the bar as you will ever want to lift.
  3. The shaft diameter is 32" which feels great on the back during squats and provides quite a bit of stiffness.
  4. The sleeves rotate along self-oiling bronze bushings which isn't often seen at this price point for specialty bars.
  5. Weighs in at 50 LB, so not far off from a traditional barbell.
  6. The shaft is coated in black oxide which will be great for preventing oxidation.
  7. Has a suggested weight capacity of 2,000 LB which essentially means you can use as much weight as you'd like.
  8. Has a 6" curvature which is more aggressive than the Kabuki Duffalo Bar. For some this will be desired, for others it will be a negative.
  9. Has a center knurl, although it is a bit passive.
  10. As with most Titan products, the price is extremely low compared to the competition.

What needs improvement...

  1. Due to the aggressive curvature of the bar shaft, loading plates without the bar flipping out of the rack can actually be a challenge. Twice while loading plates, the bar nearly flipped out of the rack crashing into the other equipment we have around the rack. This may be due, in part, to the sandwich j-cups we use, but it is something to be aware of.
  2. The bend near the sleeves is pretty aggressive. I don't foresee this bar snapping, however, it if did, this is where it would happen.

Product Summary & Specs

Don’t settle for unnecessary strain and discomfort, pick up the Yukon Bar from Titan Fitness and give yourself a better workout! Lose your worrisome back and shoulder pain with the brilliantly curved barbell design. The Yukon bar is longer than our other curved barbell, the Bison Bar, at 96” instead of 87” – and a loadable sleeve length of 17 1/2” for each side. Our older Bison Bar maxes out at 500 LB, but the Yukon Bar comes in at a whopping 2,000 LB capacity. Other functional design changes were made, for example, the Yukon Bar will now remain upright when it’s racked.

Our Yukon Bar will rest comfortably on your shoulders for squatting, with a 6” curvature that feels more natural than an ordinary barbell. The black oxide coating ensures that your barbell’s stunning finish is resistant to rust and corrosion. Knurling on the handle stretches across five different sections of the bar; including knurling directly at the center. Between the loadable Olympic sleeves, this bar measures 58 1/8” in handle to handle length. The barbell grip measures at 32 mm, or 1.26” in diameter.

LOSE UNNECESSARY PAIN: Using the black oxide-coated Yukon Bar means adding six inches of barbell curvature to help keep your body in pristine form, and put an end to back and shoulder pain from squatting.

OUR BEST CURVED BARBELL: The Yukon Bar is longer than our Bison Bar (96” instead of 87”), comes with more loadable sleeve length (17 1/2” instead of 16”) and a higher weight capacity (2,000 LB versus 500 LB).

BLACK OXIDE COATING: Your barbell will last longer, look great, and exceed expectations with the black oxide coating process – guaranteeing a resistance to rust and corrosion.

TOUGH STEEL CONSTRUCTION: Never fear your barbell suffering under too much intensity. Bring your toughest workout to the Yukon Bar – the durable steel construction will make it through.

DIMENSIONS: Between sleeves, this barbell measures at 58 1/8”, and the grip size is 32 mm (or 1.26”) in diameter. The Yukon Bar is designed with a 6” curvature.

SPECIFICATIONS:
– Overall length: 96”
– Length handle to handle: 58 1/8”
– Loadable Sleeve Length: 17 1/2”
– Grip Diameter: 32 mm / 1.26”
– Barbell Curvature: 6”
– Coating: Black Oxide
– Weight Capacity: 2,000 LB
– Weight: 50 LB

Made In USA

No

Color

Black

Sleeve Length

17.5"

Weight Capacity

2000 LB

Bar Length

96"

Weight

50 LB

Shaft Coating

Black Oxide

Sleeve Coating

Bright Zinc

Bar Use

Specialty

Knurled

Yes

Shaft Diameter

32MM

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Titan Yukon Bar
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    The Bottom Line

    The Titan Yukon Bar is the best priced buffalo bar that we've tested and reviewed. It's not the best, but it is the best priced and honestly an outstanding value for most people. It's heavy-duty enough to handle whatever poundages you plan to lift, has a decent knurl, rotating Olympic Sleeves, and an awesome price to boot. If you want the best, go with the Kabuki Duffalo Bar. If you want the best priced that is also something we wouldn't be scared lifting with, this is the one.

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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.