S-35E Rogue "E" Sled
|Height||Folded - 2", Unfolded - 17 ¼"|
|Steel Notes||¼" bent steel plate|
|Made In USA||Yes|
|3 Ships Free||Yes|
S-35E Rogue “E” Sled
Inspired by the practical, collapsible design of military entrenching tools, the Rogue E-Sled delivers convenient portability in the form of a highly durable, American-made steel weight sled.
Unlike many traditional dragging sleds that can only be used on non-abrasive surfaces, the E-Sled comes with virtually zero limitations. Move your speed sled training indoors or outdoors on grass, field turf, track, concrete, or asphalt. The E-Sled’s 1/4” bent steel rails will stabilize and protect more than 495 pounds in steel plates on almost any terrain. And when your training's over, an innovative fold flat post allows for quick and easy carrying or storage.
The E-Sled can be used for light weight sled training to help improve sprinting speed and metabolic conditioning, or with heavy weight to develop a strong and organized posterior chain.
S-35E Rogue E-Sled Specifications:
- Made in Columbus, OH, USA
- 1/4” thick bent steel rails for plate protection
- 16-5/8” fold flat sled post
- 16' sled strap and carabiner included
- Weight Capacity: 11x 45lb Steel Plates; 7x 45lb Comp Plates; 4x 45lb Bumper Plates
Great for smoke sessionsReview by Nic
Perfect economy sledReview by Austin
Rogue has gone above andd beyond once again!!Review by Jay
Valuable piece of equipmentReview by Dave
For usefulness to training, this may be the best $100 you can spend if you're on a budget, especially if you already have access to plate weights. If not, then load it with whatever weight you have available. You can drag it with front/back/side using the included straps and get a great lower body or conditioning workout. Using the straps around your shoulders also forces you to engage your core when dragging. You can also loop one end of the straps to the carabiner and pull the sled toward you with your arms and back, or buy some thick rope and pull with this to simulate legless rope climbs. All this with the benefit of being relatively easy on your joints and without causing a ton of muscle soreness.
Tip: the loops in the strap fit around the shoulders, but tend to slip off when dragging forward and especially running. Instead of buying an expensive harness I've purchased some cheap velcro straps from home depot that run across my chest and connect the loops to each other so they stay in place. This seems to work for now and since 2 of the straps are less than $10, is a lot cheaper than purchasing a harness and another pulling strap even if they eventually break.
Love it!Review by Thomas
Simply the bestReview by Dirk
Kicks AssReview by Dave
AWESOME!!!Review by The Gym