Hybrid Stone Molds

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.7
33 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.

Hybrid Stone Molds

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.7
33 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.
CA$120.00

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10" dia. 35LB Hybrid Stone Mold
10.75" dia. 50LB Hybrid Stone Mold
12" dia. 65LB Hybrid Stone Mold
13" dia. 95LB Hybrid Stone Mold
14" dia. 115LB Hybrid Stone Mold
14.5" dia. 130LB Hybrid Stone Mold
15" dia. 145LB Hybrid Stone Mold
15.5" dia. 160LB Hybrid Stone Mold
16" dia. 173LB Hybrid Stone Mold
17" dia. 215LB Hybrid Stone Mold
18" dia. 250LB Hybrid Stone Mold
18.5" dia. 275LB Hybrid Stone Mold
19" dia. 300LB Hybrid Stone Mold
Women's Hybrid Mold Set
Men's Hybrid Mold Set
Mammoth Hybrid Mold Set
Hybrid Funnel
Product Description
Gear Specs
Stone Mold Sizes
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Product Description

Developed by Rob Orlando at Hybrid Athletics in Connecticut, Hybrid Stone Molds have been trusted by Strongman athletes for the better part of a decade as a way to produce their own custom-sized Atlas Stones, be it for personal use or as complete sets for multiple athletes in a larger facility.

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Hybrid Stone Molds
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Developed by Rob Orlando at Hybrid Athletics in Connecticut, Hybrid Stone Molds have been trusted by Strongman athletes for the better part of a decade as a way to produce their own custom-sized Atlas Stones, be it for personal use or as complete sets for multiple athletes in a larger facility.

Unless you lived down the street from an Atlas Stone manufacturer, acquiring these implements in the past generally meant taking on astronomical shipping costs or working out a complicated pick-up. These durable, relatively lightweight plastic molds solve this issue while still enabling a wide range of training options. Molds can be purchased from as small as 10” in diameter (approx. 35 LBS) to as large as 19” (300 LBS), and setting the stones is quite simple.

Each Hybrid Stone Mold divides into two hemispheres. To create an Atlas Stone, start by opening and cleaning the inside of each hemisphere with a lubricant, then re-connect the halves securely via zip ties and position the sphere on a stable base (such as a turned over tire). Create your concrete mix + water at the desired weight corresponding to the mold, then add the mix to the mold, ensuring that the entire mold is filled.

After three days, you can use a tap stick to wedge off the hemispheres and reveal the Atlas Stone, which will also include a Hybrid “H” logo. Any unwanted edges can be smoothed over with sandpaper to complete the process.

Available Stone Mold Sizes

Please Note: 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.

See More: Strongman Training Implements Available from Rogue

Gear Specs

Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Designed by Rob Orlando of Hybrid Athletics
  • Durable plastic construction, lightweight and portable
  • Build multiple stones off of the same mold
  • Available individually or in sets
  • 13 different size options (10” to 19” diameter, resulting stone weight of 35 LB to 300 LB)
  • Will require concrete mix (not included)
  • Atlas Stones will include “H” Hybrid logo
Stone Mold Sizes

STONE MOLD SIZES:

DIAMETER
10"10.75"12"13"14"14.5"15"15.5"16"17"18"18.5"

Weight (LB)    
35506595115130145160173215250275
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Reviews

1 - 8 of 33 Reviews
Stone Daddy
Utah
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 month ago
Easy to use
I've made a couple dozen stones from 10"-19" hybrid molds and decided to buy my own molds (17" and 18") People's major concerns are: 1) The seam. I use zip ties and I don't lubricate the seam and I hardly lose any water. Just be mindful of your concrete consistency. 2) Flat spot on top. Not really a concern at all, just overfill the mold and grind the excess. I love Hybrid molds because I can fill the bottom half before attaching the top and this saves me a fair amount of time as opposed to filling entirely from the fill hole.
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
BrianGb
Swansboro, NC
★★★★★
★★★★★
4 months ago
Atlas Stone molds
I bought these a month ago, and we have been testing out to make different sizes with different weights. Love them.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Wales
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Great product. Quick delivery too
Very happy with my 3 moulds, tempted to buy another now, does anybody have any tips to Make less holes? I do vibrate it and tap it. Tia
Yes, I recommend this product
Drying out nicely
Originally posted on rogueeurope.eu
Craigp27
England
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
High quality
First time buying a mould and it worked better than I ever thought Hele together really well and cleaned up easy ready for next time definitely will be buying another sized mould in the future
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on rogueeurope.eu
big toe from the moor
south tyneside
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
stone mold
my second one of these, decent quality mold makes good stones
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on rogueeurope.eu
Reyn
Ventura County, CA
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Great Product!
I use the mold to make atlas balls for my concrete fence. Molds are easy to use and durable material. Lots of complements from my neighbors as the balls were huge and smooth looking.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Kyle_C
Iowa
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Easy to use
I've made a couple of Atlas stones using Hybrid molds, now. They're pretty simple to use, and they offer a funnel (I haven't used it) to make things even easier. Some criticism I'd give is that the seam isn't the best design. Slater molds have a better seam design, but they don't have the best options for weights, especially for beginners. Regardless, this will help you make a big heavy rock for picking up, and putting back down, and stuff.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Brysbigballs
Canada
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Quality molds but shrink your logo Hybrid.
I’ve been making stones during the lockdown. I have mostly Hybrid molds. Easy to use, clean up nice. One thing stops me from giving 5 stars. The oversized ugly logo. I understand Hybrid want to promote their company. But a smaller logo would be better and wouldn’t effect the actual lifting of the stone. Also putting the weight number on the mold is odd. Depending on product, the stones always weight more. Usually 5-15 pounds more.
Yes, I recommend this product
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