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Rogue Slice Sled

Rogue Slice Sled
Extra 16' Sled Strap
Carabiner Not Included
Slice Sled Plastic Kit
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Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 65 lbs (unloaded)
Length 27.5"
Width 22.75"
Height 37.25" (with handles)
Steel Notes Laser-cut and formed 1/4” thick steel construction

Rogue Slice Sled

The Rogue Slice Sled is a dual-capability push/pull weight sled that combines quality steel construction and durability with fold-flat, stackable storage.

The Slice Sled is Rogue’s first steel speed sled with dual push/drag capability AND a convenient fold-down weight post. The unit comes standard with two 40” upright push handles—the same as found on our popular Dog Sled and the fold-flat weight post is carried over from our Fat Boy, and E Sleds. With a laser-cut hole, sled strap, and carabiner also included, the Slice Sled has few rivals for versatility, and makes a great option for gyms serving multiple athletes of varying skill levels.

Each sled weighs 65 LBS unloaded, and includes a 14” bolt-on center post with a load capacity of well over 300 LBS depending on the types of plates used. Customers also have the option to add a set of 1/2" thick UHMW plastic skis to their order. When bolted to the underside of the Slice Sled, these skis can greatly reduce the risk of damage to your gym flooring when using the sled indoors.

Additional Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Dimensions: 27.5” (L) x 22.75” (W) x 37.25" (Height with push handles)
  • Fold-Flat Weight Post: 14” loadable length (must be bolted to sled using 1/2” hardware)
  • Laser-cut hole for sled strap pulling
  • (1) 16' Sled Strap and (1) Carabiner included standard
  • Laser-cut Rogue branding on each side of unit
  • Texture Black powder coat finish

See More: Speed Sleds Available from Rogue

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 65 lbs (unloaded)
Length 27.5"
Width 22.75"
Height 37.25" (with handles)
Steel Notes Laser-cut and formed 1/4” thick steel construction

What Sets it Apart

  • 1Maximum Versatility

    The hybrid design of the Slice Sled erases the notion that portable, storage-friendly sleds limit an athlete’s training options. With a set of uprights and a laser-cut hole for a carabiner and sled strap (included standard with order), this unit is ready-on-delivery for both pushing and dragging exercises on a wide range of surfaces.

  • 2Fold-Flat Post

    We have utilized the same convenient fold-down weight post from our Fat Boy and E Sleds to create the first Rogue push/pull sled built for stackable storage. Trainers and coaches regularly transporting or storing multiple sleds will particularly benefit from this innovation. The 14” weight post bolts on to the sled’s base and has a load capacity topping 300 LBS, depending on the type of plates used.

  • 3Quality Steel Construction

    Manufactured in Columbus, Ohio, the Slice Sled is constructed from laser-cut and formed 1/4” thick plate steel with our trademark texture black powdercoat finish. This solid one-piece construction gives it a unique combination of durability and compactness, with a total footprint of just 27.5” x 22.75”.

  • 4Part of the Rogue Sled Series

    The Slice Sled functions as a hybrid of several of our existing weight sleds, and as a result, can complement a gym’s existing sleds or serve as introduction to the Rogue series. Similar products include the Dog Sled, which offers push/pull capability with the addition of multiple attachments for a more diverse training regimen. The S-35 “E” Sled, meanwhile, is a good dragging option with even greater portability.

  • 5Optional Skis for Floor Protection

    Customers have the option to add a set of 1/2" thick UHMW plastic skis to their order. When bolted to the underside of the Slice Sled, these skis can greatly reduce the risk of damage to your gym flooring when using the sled indoors.

  • 6Rogue Shipping

    Rogue prides itself on fast, professional shipping, often with same-day turnaround times. Your Slice Sled ships efficiently via UPS ground with some minimal assembly required. You can follow the progress of your order from our factory floor to your door using the online Rogue Shipping Tracker.

Rogue Slice Sled is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Conceptual Sled, Minimal Inherent Flaws Unbeatable, bulletproof equipment. Rock-solid construction that will outlive me. I opted for the plastic skid accessory kit and I’m glad that I did. I tried the sled on my gym floor (faux grass carpet) and it was difficult to push without the sled wanting to dig in at the nose end. Even changing to a lower push position along the uprights had little effect on correcting the issue when attempting an aggressive take-off. So, I put the plastic skids on and it helped out a lot. Unfortunately, the inherent flaw is the fact that the base footprint of the sled is just too short to altogether avoid the “digging-in” effect without compensating the approach to pushing the sled. Overall, I’m pleased with the equipment. If space is not at an absolute premium, I would opt for a longer sled (perhaps the Dog Sled) in order to get a more stable pushing base.
Date published: 2018-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Sled Bought this bad boy about 3 weeks ago and I LOVE IT. Its works great and the "set-up" part was a breeze. I bought the plastic kit but never installed it because it didn't seem to loud when using it on my street but I will definitely keep it just incase neighbors start to complain! Would recommend this for anyone!
Date published: 2018-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rogue perfection Bought this push sled for my garage gym. I use it about 1-2 times a week. It's perfect for me. I would recommend it to a friend.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well Construted This product is perfect for a garage gym very compact and strong.
Date published: 2017-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sled Club! I started dragging an “E” Sled to rehab from a couple of knee surgeries and get back to powerlifting. Now I use the Slice. My students (studying to be veterinarians) decided it looked like fun and Sled Club was born. Now I travel with 2 Rogue Slice Sleds and 6 Rogue "E" Sleds. Sled Club keeps growing- happy that 3 ship free. The sleds are light enough to be easily portable and tough enough to stack on the plates. The plastic kit on the Slice quiets things down for early neighborhood drags. Both sleds are awesome!
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Compact Sled I have had this sled for about 3 months now. If I could go back in time, I would opt for a bigger sled. This one is great for storage, as it is compact and can be transported easily. It is also great for any type of pulling/gragging type movements. The main fault with this is that it will often get it's nose caught when you push it. The surface you push on must be very smooth, or it will tend to get hung up. I did not get the plastic runners, so not sure if that would make a difference. Still somewhat happy with purchase, but would not recommend or buy again.
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Challenge Yourself Beyond Your Limits LOVE this option for a workout at home. I like to change things up and I love the outdoors which is why I purchased my sled. Read all the reviews FIRST and thankfully they were pretty accurate. I got a lot of really strange looks from the people in the neighborhood. Matters not to me. I good headset drowns out the naysayers and doubters. I love that it can be pulled, pushed and dragged. I am older so I did go to extra lengths to purchase knee guards and wear gloves when using the sled. Pushing heavy and in the heat is very hard on the hands so if one is using more than once a week a definitely recommend extra hand care and protection. My only complaint is the strap that comes for the pulling function is a little awkward and flimsy but gets the job done. I purchased the optional plastic skis and I like them. However there are some surfaces that the skis don't glide well over. I however didn't want to scratch up the bottom so it was worth the extra few bucks to purchase them.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Uneven Plastic Skid Wear - Design Flaw I went with the slice because it was small and compact and this was going in my garage gym. I purchased this sled and less than a month in I noticed a problem. I addressed this with the Rogue Customer support team and let’s just say we didn’t see eye to eye on this one! Background: I used the sled in my home gym about 2-3 times a week (about 1-mile worth of work at a time) so in total might have had around 7-10 miles on it. It was always loaded with 3-6 plates depending on the scenario and it was an even push or pull combination of work. The surface it was pushed on was freshly paved asphalt that you can see in the images attached. The sled has a clear design flaw, the weight is not centered – lt’s back loaded so when you go to push a heavy load the sled has a slight tilt forward. I want to be clear – the sled itself is fine and sturdy as can be. My major issue is with the plastic skids and how it wears so uneven. If you are not going to use skids, then this review isn’t for you. I opted for skids to dampen the noise to be courtesies to neighbors and protect my driveway. After using the sled with the skids properly installed for the above mentioned length of time and load I noticed that the front section of the skid was worn all the way to the screws and the back section didn’t look near as bad. In fact, I would estimate that the front section wears 50%-60% faster than the back portion. In my humble opinion, this is a major design flaw and one the customer service team should have addressed and the Rouge design team should fix asap. If you plan to use plastic skids, don’t purchase this model – plain and simple. I offered to pay shipping and the difference on an Echo Dog Sled and return the slice. Rogue would not do that, my only offer of recourse was to grip the handles lower to get less tilt forward. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose – Just Keep Training!
Date published: 2017-09-20
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