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Rogue Westside Bench 2.0

The Westside Bench 2.0 w/ Standard Pad
The Westside Bench 2.0 w/ Fat Pad
Westside Bench 2.0 Spotter Deck Set

Rogue Westside Bench 2.0

Available to order with either a 12" wide standard pad or 14.5" Thompson Fat Pad, the fully updated Westside Bench is a heavy-duty juggernaut inspired by Westside Barbell’s original designs. This 1000+LB weight capacity bench is manufactured in Columbus, Ohio, from 2x3" 11-Gauge, and now features a double-reinforced 7-gauge steel spine running underneath the pad—delivering maximum back support and reduced flex in the pad itself.

Version 2.0 of the Westside Bench also introduces a new bolt-together design (with 0.625" hardware), meaning the full unit can be sent via parcel rather than freight, saving the customer considerably on shipping costs.

The unit comes standard with Infinity J-cups, a 24” removable pin/pipe safety set, and side panels with laser-cut Rogue branding. There is 1" on-center hole spacing up the front and back of the uprights to allow for maximum height adjustability, meaning the standard 17.5" bench height can be moved up and down by 1" increments to serve a wide variety of athletes. Customers also have the option of adding elevated spotter decks that bolt onto the bench, giving spotters extra leverage and traction in case of a missed lift.


  • Made in the USA
  • 2x3" 11-Gauge Uprights with Westside hole spacing
  • Total Height: 54.625"
  • Bench Height: 17.5” (adjustable up and down by 1" increments)
  • 1000+LB weight capacity
  • Your choice of either a 12" wide standard bench pad or a 14.5" wide Thompson Fat Pad (at additional cost)
  • NEW Bolt-Together Design with 0.625" Hardware
  • NEW 7-Gauge Reinforced Steel Spine Under Pad
  • NEW Laser-Cut Rogue Side Panels
  • Infinity J-Cups with UHMW inserts to protect the bar knurl
  • 24" Pin/Pipe Safety Set
  • 4 Adjustable Band Pegs
  • NEW Optional Spotter Decks (at additional cost)
  • Color: Black

See More: Benches Available from Rogue

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 213LB, 250LB with spotters
Width 24" depth
Height 54.625"
Other Product Specs 1000+LB weight capacity
Steel Notes 2x3" 11-Gauge
Foot Print 52.5" x 34"
Infinity Compatible Yes
Rogue Westside Bench 2.0 is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply the Best! I put off buying this for quite awhile, I figured why bother, I already have a Monster Lite rack wouldn't it be kind of redundant? Well actually, no. Like most working people I don't have hours to spend every day working out so I try and extract the most I can when in the gym. This bench provides a couple key benefits, It frees up a lot of time so you can just get in and lift. No more wasted time trying to get your bench lined up in the exact spot, resetting safeties, moving monolifts or jcups, etc. back and forth from squat day to bench. If you've ever pinched a finger moving the monolifts you know what I mean. I opted for the Fat Pad, I was a little hesitant about it before ordering as I have the AB2 bench and I like that pad just fine. The Fat Pad however is night and day. Rock solid and has a very grippy material. I did not get the spotter decks so I cannot comment on them, with the mono's I don't need a spotter. The Monster version looks nicer but lacks the Westside hole pattern which is a deal breaker for me. A couple things to note about the Westside bench. If you plan to use monolifts and the Fatpad you may find that there is not enough height on the posts if you are tall or have long arms. Monos require much more space on the uprights than the Jcups do. I'm 5'5 and have the bench portion on the lowest setting and only have one hole left above the mono's. My only negative thing to say about the bench is that I wish it came in a Monster Lite version. It's ridiculously sturdy as is and will survive a tactical nuke strike I just would like it to match the power rack and not be forced to buy the adapters for things like mono's to fit. I plan on purchasing 4 Monster Lite 90" uprights at some point and swap them in for additional plate storage among other projects. Overall an excellent purchase for me I just wish I had done it a lot sooner.
Date published: 2018-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 because I can’t give a 4.5 The only reason for trying to give it a4.5 is there are no instructions. Also it’s harder to bolt to the ground than a squat rack because when racking heavy weights the end away from where you rack it pulls away from the ground very easily even when bolted down if not done properly.
Date published: 2018-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from nearly perfect This thing is a dang TANK! pad feels great, you can dig your shoulders into the vinyl, the ability to set up the safeties to the exact, THE EXACT, height makes you have that extra boost of confidence. Not to mention, the spotter platforms are a gosh dang dance floor. my only qualms are the placement of the band peg holes seem to encourage the use of the monster mini bands rather than the regular length so i will have to pick up some of those, also i would have been interested to see placements for plate storage posts if you wanted to throw some on there. overall great product and i recommend it to any body
Date published: 2017-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Westside 2.0 w/fatpad Awesome bench great quality as with all rogue equipment. You can't beat it !!!
Date published: 2017-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from King of the Bench-Press! I know what you're thinking.. "Why would I buy something like this, when I already have a decent, free-standing bench with a rack, and can just bench-press with that?" I thought the same exact thing. That is until I went to a local hardcore-powerlifting gym and used something very similar to the Rogue Westside Bench. Compared to every other bench press bench I’ve ever used, these bench specific racks are far superior, and totally ROCK SOLID. You feel a complete connection with the bar, the weights, the floor.. It's almost impossible to fully explain, but you’ll recognized it the second you lay down and grab the barbell. This Rogue Westside Bench is no different, and I would say even better than any others I’ve tried. A few standout features: The Rogue Fat Pad is second to none. I wouldn't recommend benching on anything other than a wide bench-press pad, not only for strength/muscle building, but more importantly for safety. I'm not a large framed guy, but I can feel a huge difference in shoulder support, leverage, and usable back surface area to press against, which the Rogue Fat Pad provides. The Fat Pad is also the perfect density for bench-pressing. I wouldn't call it 'comfortable' like a bed, but ‘bench-press-comfortable’, with good grip, and tons of support, however, not feeling like a slab of concrete. With the fat pad on the Westside setup, there is ZERO wiggle. Nothing moves at all. This equals no wasted movement, complete stability, and a direct transfer of energy from your body to the bar. Again, if you're semi-serious about bench pressing, try using something like this and you’ll immediately see (or feel) what I mean. My favorite detail is the fact that the Rogue Monolift works flawlessly with this bench, which is HUGE. The bar will always be in the perfect spot you need prior to beginning your lift, and all you have to do is raise the bar straight-up to begin benching. This saves precious energy AND prevents shoulder injury. Also, the safety straps are highly adjustable and allow you to position them exactly where you need, so it’s virtually impossible to get crushed by the bar, even if you fail miserably. The whole Westside setup has a very small footprint and doesn't take up much space. I rearranged my gym in order to add the Westside bench, and now somehow have even MORE space, due to it's efficient dimensions, along with more thoughtful arrangement of existing equipment. Like many other Rogue products, there’s tons of room for customization, like adding weight storage posts, rubber band placement, using j-cups on the back of the bench to store barbells, or a ton of other creative applications which you could discover. A minor complaint is that Rogue does not yet allow the option to skip the pin-pipe safeties in favor of the strap safety system as part of the bench package, and instead requires you to find and order them separately, which is mildly irritating, especially considering the fact that there’s three different size safety straps. I had to double check with Rogue costumer service before ordering to verify that it was the 24 inch straps, but that was about it for complaints. All in all, it’s a decent investment, and you can’t put a price on safety, gains, or the ability to properly bench-press alone whenever you want. I will NEVER bench at any gym ever again now, and I’m definitely going to start shattering all time records with the incredible Rogue Westside Bench.
Date published: 2017-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Solid Bench First purchase from Rogue and have to say the quality far exceeded all expectations. For those on the fence it is worth the extra money to upgrade from a standard Olympic bench. I know some would say why not just by a rack, this was not an option for me due to the low ceilings in my basement home gym. So this bench filled the need I was looking for to give me extra safety and security as strive for a 500# bench. As a side note I upgraded to the Thompson Fat pad which is incredible as well. Had to have surgery on a shoulder a few years ago (Hockey not weightlifting) and this pad is so much more comfortable on your shoulders and back. It provides great support and you do not sink into it, and the texture keeps you locked into position. Since you can assemble the bench to be lower, it allows you to have the Fat pad and maintain a height around that 45 cm mark. It also works just fine for my narrow teenage son. I am lucky enough to live just outside of Columbus so I can pick my orders up, but seeing how well they package everything I would not have any worries having this thing shipped.
Date published: 2016-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unreal Unmatched When you want to kill a bench workout, this is THE bench to zone in on. The security of benching in a rack while being unmistakably all bench. I put on the fat pad and spotter plates on as well, raising the legit level of this thing well past 9000. Not sure how a bench might be improved past this other than figuring out how to combine the monolift attachment with it for the perfect lift off each time. I was hesitant to purchase this with the monster version so close to launching, but fear not, this thing is more than capable of handling even world record bench presses. The monster line, while it will look awesome, will just be overkill in the safety department.
Date published: 2016-03-07
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