Fringe Sport’s name for its new ruck weight is so dead-on, it feels targeted. The Bonehead ruck plate is a weight for people who like to carry hefty things uphill. I’m allowed to make fun of this because I do it too. In fact, that’s what makes the Bonehead so relatable — anyone who does an outdoor sport that involves walking can benefit from rucking.
But with a handle on each end, the Bonehead ruck weight plate does more than weigh down your pack. Let’s peel back the skin and check it out.
Bonehead Ruck Plate: Everything You Need for Rucking
Austin, Texas-based Fringe Sport introduces the Bonehead with authority on its website, prompting ruckers, “Cue ‘Fuel’ by Metallica and strap in. Ruck yeah!” Fringe Sport makes it easy by molding each cast iron plate with dual carrying handles.
The Bonehead ruck weight plate comes in four sizes: 10, 20, 30, and 45 lbs. to suit whatever size you need for your “hardcore trucking,” as Fringe Sport says. The 10 lb. Bonehead is smaller, but otherwise, each plate has the same dimensions except thickness: 15 x 9 inches.
A Ruckload of Capability
The Bonehead ruck weights take up little space and are highly versatile. As Fringe Sport says, “maybe you’re rucking,” or maybe you work out in your garage or on the road. You can also use Boneheads as kettlebells or use the handles during a weighted yoga flow.
It’s easy to visualize a wide variety of swings or lifts using the Bonehead — use your imagination to unlock a whole array of exercises that may be even better than rucking!
Time to Get a Good Ruck In
Fringe Sport sells Bonehead ruck weight plates on its website. Prices are $69 (10lb.), $90 (20lb.), $100 (30lb.) and $139 (45lb.). Or you can save yourself about $40 and buy the set for $360.
Learn more at FringeSport.com