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Rogue Chain Kit Detail

Rogue Chain Kits

Price Qty
1/2" Chain Kit
(2) 10LB Lengths of 1/2" Chain with Carabiners
(2) 4' Lengths of 1/4" Chain with Carabiners 
5/8" Chain Kit
(2) 20LB Lengths of 5/8" Chain with Carabiners
(2) 4' Lengths of 1/4" Chain with Carabiners 
5/8" Chain 18LB Singles

(1) 29 link section (approx. 18LB) of 5/8" Chain
This is a single piece of chain, no hardware to attach to a barbell

1/2" Chain 10LB Singles

(1) 10LB Lengths of 1/2" Chain
This is a single piece of chain, no hardware to attach to a barbell

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Color No
Made In USA Yes
Free Shipping No
3 Ships Free No

Use Chain. Get Stonger.

Rogue Chain is made in the USA. Each chain is zinc electroplated to prevent rust. Rogue Chain Kits include chain with a carabiner in the center for easy loading along with a 4' length of chain with carabiner to mount around a barbell.

Chains can be used to build strength and to increase speed and acceleration. Throw a set or two over your shoulders and do weighted pull-ups or dips. Attach them to a Rogue Butcher for a new dynamic on sled work. Think outside the box and throw them in a WOD.

Note: each 5/8" chain section is 29 links (approximately 4' and 20LB)

Basic Chain Buying Guidelines:

  • Use a weight in chains that is around 10-20% of your 1 rep max for the exercise you are doing.
  • 1/2" Kit is ideal for a beginner lifter whose lifts are below 200LB
  • 5/8" Kit is ideal for someone whose maxes are 200-300LB
  • Two 5/8" Kits are ideal for someone whose maxes are 300-500LB
Rogue Chain Kits is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gets the job done Weight can vary between chains, they can be a bit short for people with longer arms. Great quality and price.
Date published: 2015-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works for me I don't pretend to be a chain expert or anything, this is my first set, but I have not had the same issues as the other two reviewers. If I need to adjust the chain up or down a bit for squats, bench, etc., I just move the clip up a link or two on the short chain. I end up with the entire large chain deloaded, and the smaller chain doing its job. Not sure why that is so difficult to figure out. Maybe I'm technically doing something wrong, but all I see is the chain doing exactly what it is supposed to do.
Date published: 2014-12-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not enough small chain for this work properly the small chain that comes with the 5/8 chain is way too short; it is only 4 feet long. the smaller chain that holds up the bigger chains needs to be at least 6-8 feet in total length so that the bottom end up the loop is close enough to the ground; the bigger 5/8 chain is suppose to be suspended within the smaller chain at the midpoint in order for the entire weight of the chain to be properly de-loaded at the bottom of a squat. it is not correct to simply hang the 5/8 chain at a higher end of the link as this does not allow the upper portion of the chain to be de-loaded. major design flaw in terms of packaging this product. rogue, if you're listening, extend the smaller chain that comes with this package to a total length of at least 8 feet so that the user has the option of adjusting the height. the 5/8 chain is a great weight at 20 lbs so i will give this product 2 stars.
Date published: 2013-11-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed Just received my chains today and am a little disappointed. I have purchased 2 other sets of chains thru elitefts and love them. I saw that rogues price was a little better and shipping was much cheaper so I decided to go with them. When my box arrived I realized why. Rogue states that the chains are "Approx. 20lbs" My chains barely weighed in at 17 lbs a piece. Maybe not a big deal to some, but a 3 lb difference is not very approximate to me. I would spend the extra money and get your three pounds plus an extra foot of length at elitefts
Date published: 2012-12-21
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