Competition Ring Straps
The 6' Version is most common and the type that was used at the 2011 CrossFit Games
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The next reinvention of gymnastics ring straps is here. First seen at the 2011 CrossFit Games, the athletes and judges loved this system.
There is no better strap system on the market and we've made it available in both 8' and 6', working perfectly with the typical 12' or 9' upright heights. The carabiner and hook system allows for 3" adjustments; this allows for exacted lengths, preventing the need for minute adjustments. The absence of the strap clip can also prevent the arm abrasions and cuts characteristic of an intense ring training session.
The competition strap system comes complete with two of our new straps, two of our industry-leading Rogue wooden rings, and four D-shaped carabiners. The carabiners are bent-gate locking, each with a closed-gate load bearing strength of at least 18 kN, 4046 lbf. You can't go wrong with this new competition strap system. They've been approved by the fittest on earth.
Great purchaseReview by Jimmy Headwound
Incredibly VersatileReview by S. Perry
The rings are an absolutely invaluable piece of equipment. These things work just about anywhere. Having the sewn loops and carabiners make for an easy adjustments without futzing around getting the length exactly right.
The only niggly point I would make is that the loops could be sewn with an alternating color so that they are that much easier to adjust on the fly.
I find that when using the rings for two alternating exercises that require different lengths for each exercise (say, inverted dips and suspended pushups) and adjustment between each set, it would be a little easier if the loops were 'color coded' somehow. Alternating stitching on each loop would solve this just fine.
Again, this is nothing to complain about, just a suggestion. I have solved the problem myself by taping colored tape every third loop. This makes for easy reference points when switching over between sets.
Great evolution provided by RogueReview by Roland
best ring set I have seen.Review by Tom S.
I thought about getting the other strap sets with the sliding locks, but didn't like the look or lack of solid length adjustment, and didn't want to waste time eyeballing proper length.
again deffinately the best ring set you can get. and worth it.
New Ring Straps Are Awesome!Review by Matt Chan
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Product Safety Information
At Rogue we want to make sure that we deploy the safest products possible and provide our users with the best safety protocols we have available. Gymnastic ring straps are wear and tear items so inspection and disposal are imperative. We would like to offer the following safety protocols:
Pre Rigging Inspection:
1) All rigging must be checked prior to each use - Not doing these safety checks can lead to serious bodily injury or death
- Check for frayed strap material or visible abrasion, such as fused fibers or cut strands
- Check to make sure that buckle sets firmly on strap and there is no visible damage to the springs or excessively worn teeth in mechanism
- Check all stitching points for frayed or broken stitching. Look for discolorations, “glazed” sections, or stiff sections
- Do not leave straps in direct sunlight, exposed to weather, and always store straps in a clean and dry environment
2) All anchoring points for rigging must not have an abrasive surface or edge - Not doing these safety checks can lead to serious bodily injury or death
- Make sure the surface you are putting the strap over or through is smooth - if the surface is abrasive it will break the straps
- Make sure the contact point for the strap is a large surface with radius – avoid shearing surfaces and sharp edges
- Make sure the anchoring point is strong enough to support both static and dynamic loads
3) Make sure you are rigging the competition ring straps per the instructions
4) Do not use gymnastic straps or rings for purposes not intended for. Straps should ONLY be anchored to or through an appropriate anchoring point.
Gymnastic ring straps are wear and tear items, they must be inspected the same way any other rigging equipment would be done.
WARNING: some aspects of ring and gymnastic training are potentially hazardous and dangerous. Anyone using Rogue’s equipment is personally responsible for learning proper techniques and exercising sound judgment, and assumes and accepts full and complete responsibility for any and all damages, injury of any kind, or death which may result from the use of any equipment purchased from Rogue. There is no substitute for personal instruction by a qualified coach or trainer. Train hard, not foolhardy.