Tru Grit Camo Bar

tru grit camo bar

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  • 45-lb Olympic barbell with a 28-mm diameter featuring dual knurl marks, 8 needle bearings, a snap round design, a 16.25” leadable sleeve, and bronzed brushings
  • Custom printed with camo design
  • Constructed with industrial-grade steel with a 205,000 PSI tensile strength
  • The total  bar length is 86.5”
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • 205,000 PSI tensile strength rating
  • Good spin
  • Moderately aggressive dual knurling
  • Affordable
What needs improvement ...
  • Weight capacity not noted
  • Zinc is not the most durable barbell coating
  • Only a 1-year warranty

Product Summary

The Tru Grit Camo Barbell is a limited-edition barbell constructed with industrial-grade steel and custom printed with a camo design resulting in a strong, versatile, and super cool-looking barbell.

Although the weight capacity is not noted, this 45-pound Olympic barbell is rated at a tensile strength of 205,000 PSI, so it should be able to support just about any weight you add to it. This 28-millimeter-diameter bar is equipped with dual knurl marks, which are moderately aggressive, creating a good grip.

This bar has eight needle bearings and bronze bushings, making it a good choice for both Olympic lifts (the snatch and the clean-and-jerk), which require good spin. It measures 86.5 inches in overall length with 16.25-inch hard-coated loadable sleeves. For less than $300, the Tru Grit Camo Barbell is a solid choice for any home gym owner.





205,000 PSI

Spinning Style

8-needle bearings


28 mm


Dual knurling


1 year

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      The Tru Grit Camo Barbell is a 45-pound Olympic barbell with a tensile strength of 205,000 PSI, dual knurl pattern, and eight needle bearings for solid bar rotation.