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The Rogue Dog Sled 1.2 is one of the best sleds on the market, however, for most people it’s overpriced and over-built. This is where the Rogue Echo Sled comes in. A beefy sled at a great price.

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Rogue Fitness
Rogue Echo Dog Sled
Rogue Echo Dog Sled

The Echo Dog Sled adapts the push/pull versatility and quality steel construction of our standard Dog Sled into a more streamlined, budget-priced design. By cutting the base from a single 0.25" Plate Steel and reducing welds and scrap, we’ve built a maximum-efficiency weight sled that’s still equipped for intense, multi-surface training.

Rogue has been hinting at a new more affordable dog sled for some time.

They currently offer the Rogue Dog Sled 1.2 that although is a great sled, is also pretty bulky and unnecessarilyexpensive for those who don’t plan to purchase the attachments.

The Rogue Echo Dog Sled is simple in design and very efficient.

The Echo Dog Sled offers a streamlined, budget-priced design. By cutting the base from a single 1/4” sheet of steel and reducing welds and scrap, Rogue has built a maximum-efficiency weight sled that’s still equipped for intense, multi-surface training.

Even Danny Broflex uses one:

Specs

  • Made in the USA
  • Single-piece formed steel construction: 1/4” plate steel
  • Foot Print 36.5″ x 25″
  • Height 37.5″ (with uprights & plastic)
  • Product Weight 87 lbs.
  • Includes (2) Push Poles which can be placed in any of the four sockets
  • Weight Post with 17” loadable length / 450+ LBS capacity in steel plates
  • All hardware for set-up included

4.75
Rogue Fitness
Rogue Echo Dog Sled
Rogue Echo Dog Sled

The Echo Dog Sled adapts the push/pull versatility and quality steel construction of our standard Dog Sled into a more streamlined, budget-priced design. By cutting the base from a single 0.25" Plate Steel and reducing welds and scrap, we’ve built a maximum-efficiency weight sled that’s still equipped for intense, multi-surface training.

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