Fitness freestyle rope featuring low-profile grip tape, long 8" handles and easy sizing system. An excellent all-around fitness and conditioning jump rope, as well as our recommended rope for competitive freestyle jumpers. This rope is light and better suited to more experienced jumpers that have already learnt some tricks and correct jump rope form.
- Adjustment: Newly designed cord ends allow for a much easier length adjustment and can be lengthened as well as shortened for a more customisable experience.
- Handle Construction: Comes with strong, hard-wearing 8" handles and low profile grip tape / 1oz weight (each handle) / .9" diameter at end
- Tricks: The longer handle enables jumpers to reach farther while doing crossing moves, allowing intricate moves to be done with greater ease. The cable is a lighter 4mm PVC cord which further helps the jumper to complete more advanced tricks as well as double/triple/quad combinations more easily. Overall, this rope makes tricks and advanced combinations easier to execute once they have already been learnt with a rope that has better feedback (like our signature beaded rope!)
- Durability: 4mm durable PVC cord is designed for longevity on rough indoor and outdoor surfaces. However a mat/soft flooring is recommended for optimal rope life.
- Colour - Blue handles with black grip tape / blue cable
Comes with a 10 foot cord. One size fits all (will fit anybody up to 6' 6" tall). Resize for your purposes according to our sizing guide. Snap/lock system makes adjusting length incredibly easy. Simply slide the adjustable end to the desired length and trim off the excess cord with some scissors or tie knots if you prefer.
I have been boxing for years and used many different types of skipping ropes. These have been by far the best I have ever used. Handles feel a little bit flimsy but can’t deny how they feel when your skipping. Couldn’t recommend them enough!
I've learnt so many new tricks with this rope, love how light it is. I use it everyday - great for cardio.
This is a good rope for keeping fit and for tricks as it doesn't really tangle. I've tied two nots into it to reduce the length. The handles however don't have ends... This in theory would mean the rope length could change as you skip meaning inconsistencies. While it's hard to tell if this is the case or if its actually timing which may mean you catch your feet on occasion, ends and fixing the rope position so it doesn't move up and down would leave one's mind at ease.
On time. As described. What’s not to like.