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Rogue Competition Plates - From Games

Sold as singles.

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Rogue 45LB Color Competition Plate - From Games

Regular Price: $122.50

Special Price $115.00

(1) 45LB Plate
Rogue 55LB Color Competition Plate - From Games

Regular Price: $147.50

Special Price $145.00

(1) 55LB Plate

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Bumpers Competition
Free Shipping No
Made In USA No
3 Ships Free No
Bumper Diameter 450mm
Durometer 94
25lb Plate Width 1.25”
35lb Plate Width 1.70”
45lb Plate Width 2.15”
55lb Plate Width 2.50”

Used in the 2014 CrossFit® Games. Sold as singles.

All items must be shipped, pick-up not available. All sales are final.


Rogue Competition Plates

Rogue Competition Plates are an IWF standard 450mm in diameter, with zinc-plated steel disc inserts and a 50.4mm collar opening for a firm, stable hold. We've added several new features to this line-up of color-coded bumpers:

  1. Minimal Bounce
    Tested on a Shore A Durometer scale, the Competition Plates' average measurement was a 94, which delivers a consistent dead blow with minimal bounce found in high end Olympic weightlifting bumpers. Less bounce means less time chasing your bar around the gym.

  2. New Finish and Lettering
    The plates have been given a textured matte finish and raised lettering for a bolder look.

  3. Raised Flanges
    A raised rubber surface is now included to prevent direct metal-on-metal contact between the center discs. Whether stacked on the bar or on a rack, the bumpers only come into contact with each other on the inner and outer flanges—reducing scuffing and helping to preserve the plates’ finish and lettering. A convenient lip on the edge of the plate also makes it easier to pick up from the rack or off the ground.

  4. Rogue Competition Plates come in four colors (Red/55LB, Blue/45LB, Yellow/35LB, Green/25LB) and can be ordered in a wide variety of sets depending on your gym’s needs. See the order form on the right to choose the option best for you or contact us with a custom order request.

    Rogue Competition Plate Specifications:

    • Diameter: 450mm (17.72”)
    • Collar Opening: 50.4mm (1.98”)
    • Insert Type: Steel Disc, Zinc Plated
    • Textured Matte Finish with Raised Lettering
    • Protective Rubber Flanges
    • Weight Tolerance: +/- 10 grams of claimed weight

    Plate Thickness Chart:

    • Green-25LB: 32mm (1.26”)
    • Yellow-35LB: 44mm (1.73”)
    • Blue-45LB: 55mm (2.17”)
    • Red-55LB: 65mm (2.56”)

    See Also: More Bumper Plates Available from Rogue

Rogue Competition Plates - From Games is rated 4.3333 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great plates I've got a set of last years 45s and picked up pairs of this years 25,45, and 55s. This years are so much nicer and more detailed. I wish they still said fittest on earth though like the 2013 plates. But quality wise they feel more durable. Definitely glad I got them, regardless of who used them at the games. I rather the affordable price to have cool plates to use than to pay extra to have memorabilia used by someone else.
Date published: 2014-08-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from used game plates Awesome detail on these plates they look sick!! But - they slide all over my Ohio bar when dropped from overhead a lot even with HG clamps and other plates on. (I see now why Rich fixed them in the middle of double grace) They work great for squats though, lol. HEY ROGUE: since these are a limited run, why don't you issue them ID numbers so we would know who used our plates in the games??? How cool would that be knowing you are using plates used by Mr. Froning himself... Still love Rogue, just sticking with the HG bumpers from now on.
Date published: 2014-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love them I have a slight dent/crack in mine but they are still sick. I'm just going to assume they were thrown around by The champ lol. I second the opinion of the first review. It would be sick to have a tagID listing the most famous and marketable athlete that used the plates and also include an optional add on price for a framed photo of the athlete using those plates with a mini name plaque also listing the year of that particular Games. Taking it a step further have that photo autographed would be sick. I would definitely drop some cash for memorabilia like that!
Date published: 2014-08-14