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Rogue Chain Kits

1/2" Chain Kit
(2) 10LB Lengths of 1/2" Chain with Carabiners
(2) 4' Lengths of 1/4" Chain with Carabiners (5 LBS total)
5/8" Chain Kit
(2) 15LB Lengths of 5/8" Chain with Carabiners
(2) 4' Lengths of 1/4" Chain with Carabiners (5 LBS total)
5/8" Chain 15LB Singles
(1) 29 link section (approx. 15LB) 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

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 15LB)

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

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Rogue Chain Kits is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Complement to My Rogue Landmine Setup I have my home gym and I am a landmine nut since I can do so many exercises and never need to be spotted. The chain adds consistency to the lifts throughout a full range of motion. I even bought one for my landmine setup at the high school I coach at and my swimmers love it. One of them explains the physics to the entire crew every time we use it; wish I had his smarts.
Date published: 2018-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than Homemade for sure! Perfect size, perfect weight. Takes the guesswork out of trying to make your own.
Date published: 2017-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great set of chains! Easy installation, good quality! I would definitely recommend!
Date published: 2017-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Chains Arrived fast, good price. Perfect shape no rust. I use them a lot.
Date published: 2017-11-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 1/2" chain weight Rogue should update the description or add more links to the 1/2" chains that they sell. Purchased 6 - 1/2" chains and all were 8.67lbs or 8.68lbs as specified on shipping packaging. Slightly disappointed, I am not going to lie. But will still use them.
Date published: 2017-03-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice product inaccurate description They were supposed to be 10 lbs per large chain and 5 lbs per small chain the large chains are only 8 lbs and the small ones only 2
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality I bought my 5/8 chain kit over a month ago. I am highly satisfied with the results I am starting to get. I will be ordering one more chain kit at the end of this month. I highly recommend this product to all fitness enthusiasts.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How to set up chains for a barbell back squat Different lifts require different setups of these chains. For any lift, the idea is that you want all the chain off the floor at the top of the lift and all of the heavier bottom chain on the floor at the bottom of the lift. For a barbell back squat do this: use the minimum number of links (maybe 8 links) on the top lighter chain to wrap around the barbell and then clip to the small chain with the included smaller carabiner. In this configuration, the top chain will be more than 3 feet long. Then clip the larger bottom chain's larger carabiner to the middle of the larger bottom chain so that the bottom chain is now half as long as its total length. And also clip this same carabiner to the bottom of the smaller top chain. In this configuration, when you stand up with the barbell on your back, the total chain should be off the floor. When you are at the bottom of your squat, the larger bottom chain should be on the floor. Of course you may have to make adjustments in this explanation depending on your height.
Date published: 2016-07-24
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