EAN-130705511929641   EAN-13 barcode 0705511929641
UPC-A705511929641   UPC-A barcode 705511929641
Product NameQuick Release Pair of Locking 2" Olympic Size Barbell Clamp Collar Great for Pro Crossfit Training
CategorySports / Exercise
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B00W10X25C
Price New14.18 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Weight23.2 ounces    (convert)
  • This barbell clamp fits for 2 inches Olympic standard size.
  • Quick release,not easy to slide.
  • Perfect for crossfit workouts,Olympic lifts,overhead press,deadlifts,bench press,or any other workout using 2 inches Olympic Barbell.
  • Material:reinforced plastic ,ABS
  • Package Include: 2 * Barbell Clamp
Long DescriptionDescription:
These locking barbell collars are made of a solid resin ABS frame with injection molded pressure pads.They are very durable.
These collars are a favorite for crossfit and many other commercial gyms.
For 2 inches Olympic barbell.It's very easy to use,you can use it at home, toss it in your bag to take to the gym or even to a friends house.
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