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Rogue Kids Pullup Bar

Rogue Kids' Pull-up Bar

Availability: In stock Price Qty
Single Kids' Pull-up Bar
$58.50
Pack of 5 Kids' Pull-up Bar
$275.00
Enough bars for the whole pack!
Pack of 10 Kids' Pull-up Bar
$575.00

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Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Color Black
Product Weight 12 lbs.
Length 39"
Diameter 1.25"
Steel Notes 1" Schedule 40 Pipe, 7 Gauge Steel
Other Product Specs Weight Capacity: Tested at 200 lbs.
Made In USA Yes
Free Shipping No
3 Ships Free No
Echo Compatible No
Infinity Compatible Yes
Monster Lite Compatible No
Monster Compatible No

Kids' Pullup Bar

Raising the Next Generation

Designed for child athletes but strong enough for their parents, the Kids' Pull-up Bar adds a safe, versatile new element to an existing Rogue Infinity rig or 2x3” rack. This 39-inch, 1.25” diameter pull-up bar uses a convenient push-pin system to adjust from ground level up to a height of seven feet. This makes it ideal for the progression of a growing child, or for home gyms and weight rooms utilized by young people of various ages and sizes.

Tested at over 500 pounds, the Kids' Pullup Bar is a far safer option for child pull-ups than lifting the kid up to a standard bar or having them stand on a box. A friendly price tag makes it all the more worthwhile for anyone supervising or working with children interested in strength training.

This is one of the few American-made children’s pull-up bars on the market. Accept no substitutes.

Rogue Kids' Pull-Up Bar Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Length: 39”
  • Diameter: 1.25”
  • Rogue push pin system for easy height adjustment
  • Safe for children weighing up to 200 pounds

Rogue Kids' Pull-up Bar is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome gear, my kids love it, and it is more safe Awesome gear, my kids love it, and it is more safe than having them hold on to a higher bar. cool flexibility for the gym also.
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Rogues Best It is built like a tank but it doesn't sit level. It's off by about 1 inch, so there is a visible decline. For me that is one too many, but I have no doubt it can hold a kid.
Date published: 2013-10-31