Rogue MAS Wrestling Set
A mix of full-body strength training, friendly competition, and hand-to-hand combat, MAS wrestling has grown from a small regional tradition in northern Russia to an event seen at Strongman competitions and open tournaments across the globe. Rogue’s official MAS Wrestling Set—manufactured in Columbus, OH—includes everything you need to bring this addictive, high-agility sport into your gym. This includes a sturdy 90” wood footboard, two rounded end caps, and the 19-5/8” length MAS Wrestling Stick.
The footboard and endcaps are CNC machined from 1” thick Baltic birch and are hand-sanded and finished with polyurethane to keep the wood smooth and well protected. Each endcap features the Rogue logo and the MAS Wrestling USA logo, while both sides of the footboard are burned with the “ROGUE” brand and a pair of vertical lines spaced one meter apart, per MAS Wrestling rules*. The 1.25” diameter MAS stick is made from oak and offers a firm grip that won't tear up your hands during your matches (or rematches).
If you're new to MAS wrestling, check out our basic intro to the sport and its rules below.
- Made in the USA
- Set Includes: (1) Footboard, (2) Endcaps, (1) MAS Stick
- Set Dimensions: 90-7/8” (L) x 19-3/4” (W) x 9-3/4” (H)
- Board & Endcaps: CNC Machined from 1” thick Baltic Birch
- MAS Stick: 1.25” diameter, 19-5/8” length, Oak construction
- Total Set Weight: 85 lbs
- Built to MAS Wrestling USA standards
- Includes Rogue and MAS Wrestling USA branding
Basic Rules of MAS Wrestling:
Similar to The Swingle Tree in the Scottish Highland Games or the Eskimo Stick Pull in Alaska, MAS wrestling is a two-man tug of war using a wooden stick, also known as the “mas.” In a match, the competitors sit on the floor facing each other, with their feet pressed against the footboard divider in-between them. When the match starts, both players have a two-handed grip on the mas, keeping it parallel to the footboard. The goal, then, is to either pry the stick out of your opponent’s hands or to pull your opponent over the divider. As the match develops, players can move their feet along the length of the footboard, but if they touch the footboard with their hands, they are disqualified. A coin toss determines which athlete gets to choose the stick hold position (external or internal) in the first match of a series.