S-25 "Fat Boy" Sled
Max Durability from an Extra-Wide Weight Sled
Equipped with a 16-inch wide, precision bent steel deck, the S-25 “Fat Boy” Sled has been battle-tested on concrete, grass, track, and just about any other terrain you’d want to throw at it. And we didn’t need to sacrifice speed or portability in the process. Like the standard Rogue E-Sled, the Fat Boy is built in Columbus, OH, and features a collapsible, fold-flat design inspired by military entrenching tools. That means you can toss the weight sled in your back seat, drive to a training space, stack up to 500 pounds in plates, and get an essential general physical preparedness, speed and agility workout.
The S-25 Fat Boy Sled comes standard with a 16-foot sled strap, which can be looped over the shoulders or through a belt for a wide range of sled training movements—from shoulder raise dragging and ankle dragging to walking lat pulls, chest presses, and pull-throughs. Customers also have the option of adding a heavy-duty Spud Inc sled strap to their order. This was the same strap used during the Individual Iditarod competition during the 2013 CrossFit Games.
S-25 Fat Boy Sled Specifications:
- Made in the USA
- Footprint: 16”x21.5”
- 0.25” Bent Steel Rails to protect your plates
- 16-5/8” Fold-Flat Weight Post can stack steel plates or bumpers
- 16-foot Sled Strap and Carabiner included
- 16-foot Spud Inc. 3" Strap available to add to order.
Try lightweight sled training for developing sprinting speed and metabolic conditioning. And add more weight to concentrate on endurance and building a strong posterior chain.
See Also: The Full Line of Rogue Sleds and Yokes
Note: Owners of the S-25 should note that occasional scuffs, scratches, and other damages may occur to the sled and/or some surfaces it's used on. Rogue is not liable for any such damages.