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Rogue RM-390F Flat Foot Monster Rack

Rogue RM-390F Flat Foot Monster Rack
$1,211.00

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 335LB
Width 24" (depth)
Height 93"
Other Product Specs Standard 43" Single Skinny Pull-up Bar
Steel Notes 3x3" 11-Gauge Steel
Foot Print 54" x 50"
Monster Compatible Yes

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 335LB
Width 24" (depth)
Height 93"
Other Product Specs Standard 43" Single Skinny Pull-up Bar
Steel Notes 3x3" 11-Gauge Steel
Foot Print 54" x 50"
Monster Compatible Yes
Rogue RM-390F Flat Foot Monster Rack

The fully updated Flat Foot Monster Rack is built for athletes, coaches, and gym owners who want the benefits of Rogue’s heavy-duty RM-3 without having to bolt the unit to the floor. The RM-390F 2.0 features the same 3x3" 11-Gauge Steel uprights and over-sized 1” hardware as the standard model, but utilizes our Monster Squat Stand’s triangle-plate base design to create a large, self-stabilizing foundation. With Version 2.0, the uprights also now include laser-cut pin position numbers on the front and back, and a keyhole pattern on the sides—creating compatibility with more add-ons and attachments. A set of 3x3” rubber feet help protect your flooring and prevent any movement of the unit during use.

The Flat Foot Monster Rack stands 93" tall with a 24" (depth) inside depth and a 54" x 50" overall footprint. A Monster Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar and pin/pipe safety system are included standard, and the crossmembers at the top of the rack are now gusseted for extra strength and rigidity. Customers can choose between our standard Monster J-Cups or a pair of Sandwich J-Cups with a UHMW plastic core. The full rack—aside from the J-cups, safeties, and front pull-up bar—is powder coated in a new Satin Black finish.

Like our other Monster Series power racks, the RM-390F 2.0 is compatible with a wide assortment of accessories, including the Monster Landmine and Monster Plate Storage.

Please Note: Band Pegs and Safety Spotter Arms should NOT be used with the Flat Foot Monster Rack.

Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Height: 93"
  • Depth: 24" (depth)
  • Footprint: 54" x 50"
  • Weight: 335LB
  • 3x3" 11-Gauge Steel Uprights
  • 1" Bolts and Fasteners
  • Ships standard with (2) Rogue Monster 1.5" Wrenches
  • NEW Laser-Cut Numbering on front and back of uprights for optimal visibility
  • NEW Keyhole Pattern on outside of uprights for greater attachment compatibility
  • NEW Satin Black Powder Coat Finish
  • (1) Monster Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar
  • (1) Pin/Pipe Safety System
  • (2) Monster J-Cups or (2) Sandwich J-Cups
  • Does Not Need to be Bolted to Floor
Rogue RM-390F Flat Foot Monster Rack is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from At home gym power house If you don’t want to anchor your power rack but want absolute style and quality while saving space. Go with this rack. On rubber floor it won’t move at all with pull ups and dips. The only downside is you can’t use Lever Arms, but you can do pretty much everything else.
Date published: 2018-09-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Comparing Rogue Racks I looked at a few different Rogue racks before deciding on this one. My situation may be somewhat unique as I was planning on installing a rack in a finished room with hardwood floors, rather than a garage or basement. I don't lift crazy amounts of weight. My decision was driven by footprint and installation concerns mainly. I also was very interested in the Infinity R-3. R-3 has the same 24 inch interior depth as the RM-390F, but requires you to bolt to the floor, has Westside hole spacing (rather than 2 inch hole spacing with numbered uprights) and has a lower internal height. Obviously, R-3 is much cheaper. I also considered the Monster Lite flat foot rack. That has a 36 interior depth (compared to 24 inch for the Monster). Interior height is shorter. Also, the Monster comes with rubber feet (Monster Lite does not), which I preferred to protect my wood floor and to prevent the rack from sliding. I wanted strap safeties, and on the Monster, this was an upcharge based on the drop down menu. For Monster Lite, you could buy separately at full price. At the end of the day, although the Monster still ended up being more expensive, it was not significantly more once you accounted for the strap safeties. As for rack accessories, long term, you will save more money with Monster Lite compared to Monster. But I really don't need many accessories so this didn't really matter to me very much. 24 inch interior depth on Monster flat foot is plenty of room. I can easily do good mornings in the rack. I also do power cleans in the rack. More than 24 inches is really not necessary. The Monster flat foot also allows me to overhead press inside the rack. I am 6'0 and lift in bare feet. The rack has extra overhead clearance because the top horizontal uprights mount to the very top of the vertical uprights. This is also good for pullups. I can dead hang off the pull up bar and my feet do not touch the floor. The dimensions of this rack are really perfect for me. The 2 inch hole spacing is fine too. With the strap safeties, you can raise one end to a different height than the other, which allows you to adjust to incremental heights of less than 2 inches. The numbered hole spacings to me are much more convenient than having 1 inch hole spacing. All in all, this is a pretty expensive rack, but I wanted to buy just once and it was going in a finished room of my house, so that did influence where I ended up. If I was less gun shy about tearing up my floor, I probably would've saved myself some money and gotten the R-3 with safety straps. I would've lost the ability to overhead press in the rack and the numbered uprights, but realistically, that rack should be fine for just about anyone. I'm glad I got the Monster flat foot and would do it again after using for 6+ months. I don't foresee ever needing to buy another rack, which was the goal.
Date published: 2018-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great rack! I was using a rack from another company and this one is head and shoulders above it. Easy to assemble and incredibly well build.
Date published: 2018-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Centerpiece of gym I purchased the flatfoot about two years ago. It is the perfect centerpiece for the home gym. We built up and laid everything else around it. I would by it again and I have had no issues with the quality of the rogue rack and rogue accessories we have put on it. As a family of four, weekly it gets about 20 hours of use. Because of its frequency of use and obvious aesthetics, it was worth the money to us. I think gyms in the household are very personal. We built this with an attention to detail and rogue met with our standards. Here are the rogue, and other accessories we have attached to the rack. If you look on the upper portion of the rack we have our trx, spud upper pulley, spud ab straps, aerial yoga daisy chain, and multi position pull up bar. We hang our dip belt and all our carabiners and straps for the spud pulley. On the lower back of the rack I mounted the bar holders on each side (I never saw them mounted like this but they keep the bars in the perfect place out of the way). On the lower right I used a shackle to mount the lower pulley. I also was able to mount the landmine where it works perfect and out of the way on the rack. I used the band pins and a weight storage attachment (pointed straight up) to hold the smaller weights and they work just perfect. Obviously there are a lot more things in my gym but the rogue rack started the whole thing. Be well.
Date published: 2018-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This rack is so nice. Not the first rack I've owned, but it's the highest quality one for sure. It's really hard to overstate that, everyone that comes to my house wants it. I perform all my lifts outside of the rack so I can't speak on the usability of its inner space for lifting. Instead I choose to use the uprights for plate storage channels and other accessories on band pegs. I've been able to put together a very functional and compact setup that is truly a constant source of motivation.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They have these in Heaven, I am sure ! Finally broke down and spoiled myself. I have been using a 30 year old rack, bought new , and still very usable ( but nothing like this new update from Rogue ! ) . and kept in my garage, using it for years. I am a licensed Physical Therapist in private practice and decided to add equipment to my office that , admittedly, is probably more for my own convenience and needs than patients. No sooner than I thought that though than I found the forearm attachment ( which is terrific! ) being put to use as part of a rehabbing program for one of my wrist fracture patients. She loves using it ! It will be a fun and useful addition to her rehab program. I love using it too ! So, I am satisfied beyond my expectations with the Rogue Flat Foot Monster Rack. I needed something I did not have to bolt to the floor. This fits the bill. It is unbelievably stable. I am 6'5 " and 225 pounds. ( In my heyday I was a 265 pound lifting junkie , but now am a sleeker , more eclectic version , so I am not loading the bar up to squatting over 405 but still routinely have 315 + on the squat bar. But I am quite sure if I put way more weight on this thing it would handle it with no problem whatsoever. I do pullups on this thing and it is so stable and comfortable , I love using it! The only drawback is if you decide to add the overhanging pull up attachment that there is limited clearance between that addition and the furnished front chin up bar. So you have to be precise and pull your head up between these. It can be done but you need to be sort precise so your noggin fits between these two. That is not necessarily a bad thing and is the only negative thing I can say. I ordered the Matador and have yet to receive it but I ordered it as I see this thing being so stable it will be great to have that dip option/feature. It was not too hard to put together but I would recommend you have someone to assist you with supporting the uprights while you are bolting the base together. I did it while balancing it on my shoulder and it is a bit risky doing that. The two wrenches are great but had I planned a bit better I would have made sure I had the 1" pieces for my two ratchet sets to make things a bit easier. Especially doing the balancing act I described. So this thing is beautiful ! A work of art ! Heavy duty beyond anything I ever used in all the gyms I have ever been to. And I have been to plenty and always favored those hard core iron gyms , not the dainty types! So I could go on and on here but this thing is great and well worth the price. Do not hesitate to get this thing if you need a heavy duty rack that does not need to be bolted to the floor. You will not regret it at all ! I added the Monster sandwich J cups and they are pricey but worth it. I ordered a second set , one for squats and one for bench press. If you love to lift weights you can't beat this thing! I love the fact it is made in the USA too. The service from ordering to followup communications and delivery were all top notch! Great job Rogue, I am in heaven with this thing!
Date published: 2017-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Two racks bolted to make a triple Bought two identical racks and use connections bars front and back to make a triple. Worked awesome. Weighs a ton so no movement at all.
Date published: 2017-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing! I should of bought one of these years ago. The construction is solid and the feet on them are think enough to keep the metal from contacting the floor. Overall I doubt there is anything I could say against this rack. Now that the 2.0 is out with the laser cut numbers on it, it is even better then when I first found out about these racks. I got the upgraded safety straps (which are awesome) and they are better then I was hoping for, much better then pins or some of the other racks with the adjustable bar. Worth the upgrade. The upgraded arms I am still undecided on. They are long which is nice for squats however they are a little bit longer then what I want for bench presses. I am thinking of getting the original arms as well because of this. During an overhead press or incline bench press its just long enough to feel awkward, this might go away after I get used to it, right now it feels wrong.
Date published: 2017-09-30
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