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Slater Stone Molds

★★★★★
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4.7
26 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.

Slater Stone Molds

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.7
26 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.
Ships in 3-5 Days
Available only in CONUS 48 states. Pick-up not available
8” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 23lbs
$60.00
10” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 42lbs
$80.00
12” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 72lbs
$100.00
14” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 116lbs
$125.00
16” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 175lbs
$145.00
18” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 240lbs
$175.00
20” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 335lbs
$195.00
21” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 354lbs
$220.00
22” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 400lbs
$240.00
24” dia.stone mold - finished stone weight approx 586lbs
$260.00

Gear Specs

BrandSlaters
Made In USAYes
Diameter8" to 24"
Product Description

The most durable Atlas Stone Mold in the strength industry, with a reputation of making excellent competition-grade Atlas Stones with ease.

Slater Molds have been trusted to create the Atlas Stones for the World’s Strongest Man competition, the Arnold Strongman Classic, and many other worldwide strongman/strongwoman events over the years. They’ve also been featured nationally on ESPN and The Today Show.

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Slater Stone Molds

The most durable Atlas Stone Mold in the strength industry, with a reputation of making excellent competition-grade Atlas Stones with ease.

Available here in 10 size options from 8" to 24" in diameter (an approx. resulting weight range of 23LB to 586LB), these dependable plastic molds are hand-made by experienced strength athlete Steve Slater and his team at Slater’s Hardware in Lancaster, Ohio. For years, Steve consulted with Strongmen, machinists, foundry workers, concrete specialists, contractors, and his own customers to help him perfect a design strong enough to produce as many as 50 clean, quality stones off of one mold.

Slater Molds have been trusted to create the Atlas Stones for the World’s Strongest Man competition, the Arnold Strongman Classic, and many other worldwide strongman/strongwoman events over the years. They’ve also been featured nationally on ESPN and The Today Show.

All Slater Molds come with easy-to-follow instructions, and enable any athlete (from beginners to seasoned pros) to save time and money while the mold does much of the work. Be sure to check out the video below, as Steve Slater walks you through the basics of "How To Make an Atlas Stone."

Please Note: All stone molds with the Slater name are hand-cut, as are the pour holes on each mold. Because of this, not every mold will be identical or perfect. Some molds may have a wavier seam-line than others, and some pour holes may not be perfectly round or might show a small entry mark left by a cutter. Slater guarantees, however, that no mold imperfection will impact the quality of the stones a customer is able to produce. In the unlikely event that it does, customers can contact Slater or Rogue to set the situation right.

Specifications

Additional Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Designed and Produced by Steve Slater at Slater Hardware in Lancaster, OH (founded 1946)
  • Durable plastic construction, lightweight and portable
  • Build up to 50 or more Atlas Stones off one mold
  • 10 different size options (8" to 24" diameter, resulting stone weight of 23LB to 586LB)
  • Consistently clean, seam-free stones when preparation directions are followed
  • Molds have produced stones for many record breaking performances at the highest levels of strongman competition

See More: Slater Strongman Products Available from Rogue

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Reviews

1 - 8 of 26 Reviews
Etters PA
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★★★★★
Aug 2023
Don't buy these molds
I bought the 400 pound 22 inch slater mold. I would not recommend this product at all. The molds are really flimsy and using the tips they give you I used a 5 gallon bucket to sit the mold on. It let a huge ring from the bucket on the bottom of the mold and the sticker lettering they used to imprint the size stone and brand name fell off. I would've gone with the hybrid brand because they're much more durable but they didn't have any at 400 pounds. This product is garbage for the price don't buy!
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Response from Rogue Fitness:

Aug 2023
We're sorry to hear you had some issues with your mold and want to help make this right. The 5 gallon bucket technique is only recommended for stones up to 18" in diameter. The team would love to help fix your mold and have reached out to do so.
grecko
florida
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★★★★★
Jun 2023
Works great
got the 12, 16,and 18. made a nice mold. follow the instructions and you will be fine.
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Legendofmarc
Colorado
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★★★★★
May 2023
440lbs! Best molds in the game!
You really gotta understand concrete a bit when making atlas stones. Also if you have a strength community just know owning stones means people will likely want to borrow them. I’ve shared my molds with numerous gym owners. They are all holding up very well! I own and have made and lifted everything from 12” to 22” with the heaviest stone coming in at 440lbs. Depending on concrete and how you mix it there’s about a +/- 30lbs when making the stones, just know that my minor problem is that if you have or are an athlete that likes making smaller jumps for warm ups, it’s pretty difficult to make stones in closer range of eachother. My heaviest is 440lbs with the 22” mold and my next lightest is 350lbs on the 20”. So you may have to play around with concrete and fillers some people use lead to make them heavier and some people put styrofoam inserts to lighten the stones i’d like to make a 500lbs stone but I don’t know how i’d fir 60 more pounds in that 22 mold. And I know with my lack of concrete knowledge making that 24” will end up being like 600lbs lol which btw is close to the world record. So that’s a stretch. Anyways these molds are high quality paper weights when not being used. Most of the time their at other gym owners facilities fullnof concrete as I basically only made it once for my home gym. @legendofmarc
Yes, I recommend this product
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Brickhead
★★★★★
★★★★★
Aug 2021
Atlas mold
It is very good its durable. I bought 1 and it got wet and been in the extreme heat and it still ok. So I like it
Yes, I recommend this product
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Spartan 1
Hayward
★★★★★
★★★★★
Feb 2021
Excellent product.
We really love this product. Thank you for having such great products.
Yes, I recommend this product
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Good man
Lajunta colorado
★★★★★
★★★★★
Dec 2020
American-made
Everything I bought has been real solid made good..
Yes, I recommend this product
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BeerdrinkinTim
Pembine, WI
★★★★★
★★★★★
Aug 2020
Easy to use
Got this a month or so ago and have made 2 stones. The first was too smooth and my concrete was too runny. Watch the Slater video. Second time I dug a small indentation in the ground rather than using a bucket. Also use the bag for mixing. I use empty grain bags from a brewery.
Yes, I recommend this product
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Yes · 3
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Gentleman Jim
N.Y.
★★★★★
★★★★★
Aug 2020
Good for it’s job
This product works well for what its designed to do
Yes, I recommend this product
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