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Rogue Proloc™ 2 Chain Collars

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Users looking to vary resistance in lifting can benefit from a pair of Rogue Proloc™ 2 Collars. They come with 0.625” carabiners you can easily add multiple chains or attach resistance bands to. Both collars can fit up 1.937” to 2.007” sleeves and can be moved freely using simple hand adjustments. Made of 1.5” thick nylon, the collars will not mar your bar’s sleeves.

These are best suited for lifters or athletes who like to use either chains or resistance bands during sessions. They are also compatible with Powerlifting and Olympic bars, as well as specialty bars like cambered or Swiss bars.

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Lift weights with chains and bands

Users looking to vary resistance in lifting can benefit from a pair of Rogue Proloc™ 2 Collars. They come with 0.625” carabiners you can easily add multiple chains or attach resistance bands to. Both collars can fit up 1.937” to 2.007” sleeves and can be moved freely using simple hand adjustments. Made of 1.5” thick nylon, the collars will not mar your bar’s sleeves. These are best suited for lifters or athletes who like to use either chains or resistance bands during sessions. They are also compatible with Powerlifting and Olympic bars, as well as specialty bars like cambered or Swiss bars.

Benefits:

  • Add more resistance and tension to lifting
  • Resist performance plateau from lifting same weight and resistance
  • Experience a different feel of lifting with chains and increasing tension with resistance bands

Features and specs:

  • Material type: 1.5” thick nylon. Made in the USA.
  • Color: Black
  • Diameter: 1.937” to 2.007” sleeves
  • Carabiners fits up to 0.625” chain

Limitations and indications:

  • Instructions can be found in the packaging. Follow carefully for proper use and safety.

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