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Rogue Neutral Grips

★★★★★
★★★★★
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13 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.

Rogue Neutral Grips

★★★★★
★★★★★
4
13 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.
$75.00
Ships in 14-30 Days
3 Ships Free Item

Gear Specs

BrandRogue Fitness
ColorBlack
Made In USAYes
Length7"
Height11"
Diameter1.25"
Infinity CompatibleYes
Echo CompatibleYes
Monster Lite CompatibleYes
Product Description
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Product Description

Rogue Neutral Grip Handles can attach to any standard X-43 or X-70 Crossmember.  Simply drop them over the top bar and they lock in.  Slide them left or right to adjust the width.

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Unlimited grip width options.

Rogue Neutral Grip Handles can attach to any standard X-43 or X-70 Crossmember.  Simply drop them over the top bar and they lock in.  Slide them left or right to adjust the width.

Can be used with any standard diameter X-43 or X-70 on the Squat Stands, Power Racks, Infinity Rigs or Wallmounts.

*Note: This product is not compatible with our Monster Line.
Gear Specs

Specifications:

  • Handle Length: 7"
  • Handle Diameter: 1.25"
  • Overall Height: 11"
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Reviews

1 - 8 of 13 Reviews
Nick27
★★★★★
★★★★★
6 months ago
Doesn't work with fat/skinny bar
Despite previous reviews stating that it does, this attachment does not work with the fat/skinny bar, even with the fat part on bottom. Received the product and it was in great shape, but the handle part that sticks out of the back runs into the fat bar. This makes the product non-functional because it causes the attachment to slip/slide on the bar. Emailed customer service to see why the product didn't work and they said it was not compatible with the fat/skinny bar. Product description and crossmember descriptions makes it hard to decipher that the product doesn't work with the fat/skinny bar... instead of saying it works with ANY standard x-43 crossmember it should say it ONLY works with the standard x-43 crossmember with 1.25 OD on both sides. The fat/skinny bar came standard on my RML-490... seems like a standard crossmember to me. Had to return the product.
Helpful?
Yes · 11
No · 0
jedimindtrick71
CA
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Rogue never disappoints!
As an almost 50 year old athlete (lol: exerciser) I'm always looking for ways to make movements more joint friendly. I really believe that a neutral grip is more natural for our bodies and therefore incorporate it into my training whenever possible. These grips are super simple to set up: just hook them over the top of your rack and go. They are also easily adjustable between different sized athletes (like my wife and myself) As a metal fabricator myself I can tell you that these are basically indestructible when used in the manner that they were intended for. The value for the price cannot be overstated.
Yes, I recommend this product
Helpful?
Yes · 2
No · 0
Old and Gray
New Jersey
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Flashing tape prevents metal-on-metal chafing
Based on reviewers' comments about metal-on-metal chafing between the Neutral Grips and the Fat Bar, my first step was to cover each Neutral Grip's two contact surfaces with 2" x 6" strips cut laterally from a roll of 3M Typar Flashing RA tape. That tape is 6" wide. So far, I see no chafing and no damage to the powder coating on the top Skinny Bar or on the bottom Fat Bar. Any kind of butyl rubber peel-and-stick tape probably would work. The 2" x 6" dimension fits both the top and bottom contact surfaces on the Neutral Grips. If the flashing tape wears through, I will replace it or look for a thicker sheet of rubber or synthetic material that I can cut to size and glue to the contact surfaces with 3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive. If anyone has used such a sheet or other anti-chafing material with the Neutral Grips, please post a review with details of how to apply it and where to buy it. I really like the Neutral Grips, which I bought to avoid potential shoulder problems from performing weighted chin ups and pull ups. For me, the biggest advantage is the ability to vary the spacing between the grips. Also, at 5' 8" I can do a full hang from the Neutral Grips on my RML-490 (90" uprights) rack with my knees bent but not touching the floor. Taller users should determine how much vertical space between the Neutral Grips and the floor they will need.
Yes, I recommend this product
Helpful?
Yes · 5
No · 0
Marty2
Chicago
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Awesome
Most people are missing a neutral grip chin-up method and this tool solves that issue. I like how it’s maneuverable for different widths. Pretty steady and stable and I’m doing combined weight of 275+ on this. Great! savings over buying the cross member that would go across your rack and at same time doesn’t provide width adjustment.
Yes, I recommend this product
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Yes · 0
No · 0
Raju
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Great Features
I m soo happy with this product! Excellent stuff & very easy to use this!
Yes, I recommend this product
Helpful?
Yes · 1
No · 0
Art Vandelay
USA
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Good concept but design needs some refining
Good: the construction is solid, and for something so fast and easy to hook onto the crossmember, they are pretty stable when doing pullups. Having each handle separate is ideal so you can set them up at whatever width is comfortable. Bad: the inside of the grips that contact the crossmember bars should have a grippy rubber coating or something not just bare metal like they are now. Literally the first time I used them they scraped a section of the powder coating off my brand new pullup bar, which is really freakin annoying, and in other places where the coating wasn't totally stripped off you can still feel that it got worn down. Also, for a neutral grip the handle diameter is a little bit too thin in my opinion.
Yes, I recommend this product
Helpful?
Yes · 12
No · 0
tortie
★★★★★
★★★★★
2 years ago
Great addition to your rig.
This will work with the standard Rogue fat skinny bar as long as the fat bar is at the bottom. Granted it is not going to be parallel to the floor, its going to point up a bit, plus expect it to scruff up the powder coat of fat bar in the long run but is not a deal breaker for me.
Yes, I recommend this product
Helpful?
Yes · 11
No · 1
Jeff720
Florida, United States
★★★★★
★★★★★
4 years ago
Great product but...
I do like these neutral grips a lot, but I thought it was worth mentioning that they will fit on the fat/skinny bar with the fat bar down but move the grips to the side a little bit, (not where you normally grip on the fat bar) because it does mark up the pull up bar some. Not so noticeable in my picture but I can feel where the damage was done when I grip my fat bar now.
Little damage
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Yes · 14
No · 1
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