Designed by the highly-experienced team at Wolf Brigade in Rochester, New York, the official Wolf Brigade Mace is a hand-poured, hand-finished, 100% American-made mace for the 21st century. This unique training tool is currently available in five different weight increments (8KG, 10KG, 12KG, 14KG, 16KG) for athletes both well-practiced in mace training and relatively new to it.
Each standardized, precision mace includes a seamless steel handle measuring 38-40″ in length (based on size chosen) and 1.25″ in diameter- Time-tested and well-vetted dimensions that will allow for sound and progressive swinging and lifting. The weighted end is solid cast-aluminum, and the handle features a contoured, unobtrusive end cap. Depending on the weight selected, the final overall length will stand between 44″ , 48″.
Dating back to the Hindu warriors of ancient times, the mace (aka “Gada”) has been long-recognized as a vicious and effective strength training tool. With the majority of the weight centered in the ball or head, lifting and/or swinging the mace challenges the entire body in ways that no other implement can. Attentive, progressive mace training helps develop a superior core, highly transferable rotational strength, and bulletproof shoulders. Recommended/ essential mace lifts and swings include front and back pendulum, shovel, dynamic curl, 360, 10-2, and more!
- Made in the USA
- Seamless steel handle, cast aluminum ball
- Hand-poured, hand-finished, hand-branded
- 40″ x 1.25″ handle: Appropriate, time-tested length and OD for progressive swinging and lifting
- 44″ , 48″ overall length
- Contoured, unobtrusive endcap
- Mace is unpainted/ raw. This is intentional. If it oxidizes, run a cloth or fine-grain sandpaper over it and it will be back to normal in minutes.
- These are one-of-a-kind, hand-made products; If you are looking for a perfectly manicured, robotically-produced item, this is not for you
- Available in 8KG, 10KG, 12KG, 14KG, 16KG
The Wolf Brigade Mission Statement on Mental and Physical Preparedness: “We would rather have it and not need it, than need it and not have it.”