Rogue Thai-style Jump Rope

Rogue Thai-Style Jump Rope 2.0

Rogue Thai-style Jump Rope
$13.49
Thai-style Jump Rope - 10-Pack
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Rogue Thai-Style Jump Rope 2.0

Singles Never Felt So Bad

Inspired by the the traditional heavy ropes used by Thailand’s famed Muay Thai fighters, Rogue’s fully updated Thai-Style Jump Rope is made from a durable 9’ PVC cable with an improved plastic snap-lock system and custom adjustability.

Many boxers and martial artists in Southeast Asia have long favored a heavier jump rope for helping to build upper body strength, stamina, and explosive power. Athletes who regularly use standard speed ropes can also benefit from varying their resistance levels by incorporating a Thai-Style rope into their training. Just be warned, while double-unders aren’t impossible, they’re also not recommended.

The Thai-Style Jump Rope 2.0 weighs 13.6oz in total, and features 1-1/4” diameter handles. Due to the PVC construction of the cable, the rope is best used on a rubber or non-abrasive surface.

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Additional Specifications:

  • Heavyweight Jump Rope inspired by traditional Thai design
  • 9’ PVC Cable
  • Fully Adjustable for athletes of most sizes
  • Improved, ultra-strong plastic snap lock system
  • Color: Blue

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Gear Specs

Brand No
Color Blue
Product Weight 13.6 ounces
Handle Length 5.625"
Handle Diameter 1.25"
Cable Type Flexible PVC
Cable Length 9'
Rogue Thai-Style Jump Rope 2.0 is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exactly what I was looking for I spent some time online trying to find a good, highly rated, Muay Thai jump rope and this it it. Well constructed, bearings in handles spin easily, and priced fairly. The rope is adjustable following the instructions posted by another user. I'm 5'11" and this rope was long for me so I removed about 7" using the aforementioned technique. This rope will definitely provide you with a great workout and keep your heart rate elevated. I use it prior to working out and before Muay Thai classes. I would definitely purchase again. The only reason I rated 4 stars instead of 5 is because the manufacturer didn't make the rope easily adjustable.
Date published: 2015-11-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice rope Great rope I love the weight. Broke after a couple months. The handle ripped off. Good thing their cheap.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best conditioning jump rope hands down!!!! As a personal trainer of 20 years, an amateur bodybuilder, and fitness enthusiast of the last 25 years of my life, I have always wanted a great way to warm-up before a lift. I can't stand being stationary and I wanted something that would pump me up before hitting my routine. I have used all styles of jump ropes, speed ropes, the 'cadillacs of jump ropes" and so on, but this is by far the most durable and most rockstar conditioning rope I have ever used. I get stopped by at least a few people a week asking me where I got my rope, if they can try it out because they see how well it works in action. The weight is awesome, it flows, and when you get this thing moving, you will feel a burn that really pushes you to try harder. I have had this thing for about 2 years now, never had to grease the handles once and I jump rope before every single workout I do. So, that's about 700 workouts with no issues, you can't really argue with that fact. I searched forever trying to find the right rope and now I know which one is the best. If you want conditioning and you aren't into fancy tricks or whatever, this is the last rope you will ever need, trust me!!!
Date published: 2014-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Too long, but adjustable I saw some other reviews saying this was too long and that it is fused to the handles. It is a very tight fit in the bearings and I almost gave up. Looking at it I thought some heat would help stretch and soften the rope so I could pull it through the bearing, that is all that was needed. I only took off about 3-4 inches. To adjust the length: Unscrew handle and pull out white plastic and bearing together. Carefully heat the rope next to bearing using a hair dryer for less than 1 minute. Using a pair of pliers grab the short end of the rope and pull while holding the white plastic and bearing, suggest to use gloves or towel to not burn hands. Should not be too hot but will be very warm to the touch. Heat and pull only short lengths at a time and recheck correct length by putting back together and using jump rope. Repeat until proper adjustment is set. Cut end of rope about 1 inch from bearing when done.
Date published: 2015-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Favorite rope so far I've had this rope a couple weeks and so far it's my favorite. The weight of the rope and smoothness of the ball bearing action makes it much easier to use than any of the other ropes I have tried so far. The weight gives me great feedback. I'm 6'4" and the length seems ok. I could probably use a few extra inches. I did adjust the clips so I am getting every last mm out of it. Just in case your struggling with the whole adjustment issue, here's what I learned from trial and error. The handles can be unscrewed near the rope end to expose the clips inside. The clips are actually two pieces of black plastic that need to be separated in order to pull the rope through. Basically two rings; one ring slides over the other. When you open the handles it will look like a piece of black plastic at the end of the rope, so just know that it is actually two pieces that pop apart. Once I popped off the outer ring, I just held the end of the rope under hot water from the faucet and it softened the pvc enough to slide the inner ring up or down. Once the inner ring is in the position you want, just slide the outer ring back over the inner ring to lock the rope in place. Hope that helps.
Date published: 2018-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Doesn't have to be high tech to be effective I bought this to replace a much more expensive weighted rope system that doesn't come in adjustable sizes... As others have reported, with a little work, this rope can be adjusted in size. It works great! Very effective for more high resistance workouts. As the description accurately describes it, this rope is evil. Though some have dinged it a star for being "non-adjustable," I feel for this price, you can do a little work to adjust it.
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice compromise between a speed and heavy rope I like the weight of this rope. It has enough substance to spin with authority on each revolution, but not so much weight that it becomes effectively a strange weight training exercise. I was expecting it to be much heavier based on the reviews. But it falls pretty much in the mid-weight category that I have experienced before with another rope I bought years ago (that one was called a 'weighted speed rope'). I felt some lactic acid buildup in the forearms from spinning it for my 3 minute rounds, but nothing much more than that. I would not consider this a 'heavyrope' - which I had and used extensively before and had mixed feelings about its usefulness. My only criticism is that I would have liked an 8 ft version - not because I'm short - but because I can spin a shorter rope more quickly with less of the rope touching the ground on each revolution. I tied one knot each handle and it seemed to do the trick though not an ideal solution (sort of like having to roll up cuffs on pants that are too long).
Date published: 2015-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Alternate length adjustment Haven't had a chance to use it yet, but an alternative way to change the length is to heat some water up on the stove and submerge as much of the rope in the water that you'd like to be malleable. I don't recommend bringing it to a boil, but just hot enough that you wouldn't want to keep your finger in there. I submerged each end for 1-2 minutes and then used pliers - seriously worked like a charm, though I had to do it a few times because I kept under-measuring. Can't wait to try it out!
Date published: 2017-09-15
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