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Hybrid Stone Molds

10" dia. 35LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$111.30
10.75" dia. 50LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$111.30
12" dia. 65LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$118.72
13" dia. 95LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$122.62
14" dia. 115LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$139.50
14.5" dia. 130LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$139.50
15" dia. 145LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$143.95
15.5" dia. 160LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$146.25
16" dia. 175LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$149.87
17" dia. 215LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$177.83
18" dia. 250LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$180.80
18.5" dia. 275LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$180.80
19" dia. 300LB Hybrid Stone Mold
CA$190.75
Women's Hybrid Mold Set
CA$296.80
One Each: 10-12-13
Men's Hybrid Mold Set
CA$363.58
One Each: 13-14-15
Mammoth Hybrid Mold Set
CA$964.61
One of Each Mold: 10-12-13-14-15-16-17-18
Hybrid Funnel
CA$63.07

Make your own big freaking stones!

These are the stone molds made famous by the July 2011 issue of Muscle & Fitness featuring Rob Orlando. Easy to use, Hybrid’s stone molds are the best in the industry. For more strongman equipment, check our selection.

Weights listed for each stone mold size are estimates. This can vary due to variation in concrete and the process used to make the stone.

Gear Specs

Brand Hybrid
Color Black
Made In USA Yes
Hybrid Stone Molds is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use I got the mens hybrid set, and watched the CF Journal vid of Rob making the stones, and made a set. 1st, it is super easy!!! 2 the things you dont see on the video are, that when you make and shake to the top of the mold, wait a few minutes so the water starts to rise, then add more concrete to fill the tip. Also there is gonna be seepage out of the seem, which is fine, if there is alot, i just added some and extra zip tie to the holes. Also i made sure to use alot of silicon lube on the inside! They are curing as I write this. We will see the final product tomorrow. Very easy to use, it took me 2 hours to make 3 stones mixing in a wheel barrel.
Date published: 2013-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from nice molds I've made 8 stones so far,and am very happy with the results. having read some of the reviews and watched the videos- a few thoughts. i tried both zip ties and bolts, bolts give a better seam, but zip ties or bolts attached finger tight allow excess water to escape. Concrete excretes water as it cures and a looser joint makes for better drainage and a smoother finish. the biggest issue is getting air bubbles out, a cheap easy concrete vibrator is to use a sawsall with a rock duct taped to the end of a 12 inch blade, works really nice,my stones biggest voids are 1/4 inch or less, some have almost no voids at all.
Date published: 2014-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use These were really easy to use, I was worried about there being a seam but I used bolts like some other reviewers have suggested, making sure they were torqued evenly, and this wasnt an issue at all. Easier than messing with tape. I placed my 15.5" mold in a bucket as suggested and there was no damage to the stone or mold. I used an orbital polisher to vibrate the bubbles out, and it worked pretty well. Youll want to mix the cement wetter than what it says on the bag. The first one I made was too dry and only weighs 137lb instead of 160 and its all crumbly. It doesnt break when dropped on grass though. I may just try to put some concrete sealer on it and use it. I bet the garbagemen would be pretty mad if I threw it away...
Date published: 2014-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only mold I buy! I have 4 of these molds (12", 14", 15", 18") and love them. Easy to use!
Date published: 2016-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use I've used Slater molds for the 12" 14" and 16" atlas stones. They work great except that they require A LOT of duct tape. With the Hybrid molds you can make a nice stone with just some zip ties holding the 2 halves together. I went a step further and used some machine screws with washers and wing nuts to lock the 2 halves together along with a bead of silicone grease in the lip. Worked better than expected and had hardly any leakage from the seem.
Date published: 2016-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid product Product was solid, easy to use, and a great addition for a garage gym. First time making it turned out perfect. I STRONGLY recommend watching Rob's video on the CrossFit Journal for making stones. That video alone is worth the subscription price. I plan to buy some more molds with me next Rogue purchase.
Date published: 2012-05-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money These moods are horrible!! Each store had a horrible seam and one of the molds broke and another warped trying to take the mold off. I really wish I would've gotten the slater molds. Don't make the mistake I did. Buy nice, not twice!!
Date published: 2016-04-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Mold I purchased the #275 mold a while back and have made several great stones. The only problem is that they are not even close to #275. They all come out around #240. I think this mold may have been mis-marked.
Date published: 2015-06-21
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Mold I recently made my first Atlas Stone and I used this mold to shape it. I reviewed Rob's instructional video on youtube, which helped tremendously. A few other things that worked for me; For making the concrete, try to acquire a wheel barrow for this. You can use a Home depot bucket (as I did) but it will take much longer. I found the 142lb stone required 2 1/4 bags (30k) of concrete. It will also help to familiarize yourself with general concrete work just so you know what you're doing, how to help it settle, etc. I used nuts and bolts, not zip-ties. Bolts are stronger, will form a better seal, and the zip ties are more difficult to ensure that you're centred. I had trouble getting the bottom half of the mold off. I actually cracked part of the mold by striking it with the base of a screwdriver (oops). What worked was when I used my heat gun to apply a moderate amount of heat to the body of the mold, not the lip. It came off very easy after about a minute of heat application. I am very satisfied with these molds and recommend them to those who want to make their own stones.
Date published: 2013-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy To Use The forms were great for making stones. I would have given them a 5 star if they just would have provided the bolts and nuts to hold the forms together.
Date published: 2012-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Super easy to use, throw some zip ties on it, mix the cement, and wait a day. Crack the thing open and you have an awesome toy!
Date published: 2012-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to make Easy process to make my 1st, 2nd and 3rd Atlas Stones. My only regret is not buying the set.
Date published: 2014-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from cheap and nice The quality is very good, the price is cheaper compare to others.
Date published: 2015-04-08
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