Vulcan Elite Wood Gymnastics Rings

Vulcan Elite Wood Gymnastics Rings
Vulcan Elite Wood Gymnastics Rings
Vulcan Elite Wood Gymnastics Rings
4.5/5

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4.5 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
Based on 8 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Wood gymnastics rings are normally manufactured by cutting a ring out of a sheet of plywood, then sanding the ring for smoothness. Although Plywood is fairly cheap, easily available, and easy to work with, it is not an optimal choice for gymnastics rings.

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Product Summary & Specs

Wood gymnastics rings are normally manufactured by cutting a ring out of a sheet of plywood, then sanding the ring for smoothness. Although Plywood is fairly cheap, easily available, and easy to work with, it is not an optimal choice for gymnastics rings. Vulcan Elite gymnastics rings are manufactured from Hard Birch Wood. Birch wood provides a much harder wood ring that has a much better surface and grip than other woods.

Specifications:

1.25″ Diameter Wood Ring

Smooth but tactile surface that holds chalk well or works well without chalk

19 feet of strap each ring

1.5″ super wide straps for more comfort and durability

Straps have numbers and graduated marks for easy and accurate height adjustment

2″ super wide heavy duty cam buckles

Made In USA

No

Diameter

1.25"

Material Type

Wood

GGR Reviews

Vulcan Elite Wood Gymnastics Rings
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
8 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.5/5
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