Weight 4 lb 2 oz / 1.9 kg (Set of 2)
Dimensions 7.25 in x 5.75 in x 2.25 in / 184 mm x 146 mm x 57 mm

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Metolius's Rock Rings page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Metolius Bouldering & Training Rock Rings 3D ROCK002. Due to 3D CAD designing the master is CNC milled for perfect symmetry. Rock Rings excel at pull-up related exercises as they allow supination and pronation of the arms and shoulders. Great for home or traveling as they can be hung up nearly anywhere. Two independent units each with flexible single point suspension; allows rotation of joints for injury prevention

- CampSaver.com

The Metolius Rock Rings are an innovative and portable training device. Their free hanging system will allow your joints to rotate and prevent injuries. These are compact, but they still provide four different grip options, including a large jug on top, a deep four-finger pocket, three-finger pocket, and two-finger pocket. Features: Innovative and portable training device Free-Hanging suspension system allows joints to rotate and prevents injury Fine texture Large jug, 4-finger edge, 3-finger pocket, 2 finger pocket Sold in sets of two Assorted colors

- Bentgate.com

When you can't get out to the crags or the gym, hang up the Metolius Rock Rings and squeeze in a workout. Unlike a hangboard, the Rock Rings' free-hanging, single-point suspension allows your joints to rotate and prevents injury. Large top jugs and three sizes of incut holds allow for comprehensive training, and the portable design lets you bring and hang them anywhere.

- Backcountry.com

Train anywhere and train hard with Metolius's Rock Rings 3D portable training holds. Single-point suspension allows rotation of joints for more strength of supportive muscles, while the jugs and pockets challenge your grip.

- Mountain Gear