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Hybrid Stone Molds

10" dia. 35LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$100.00 CAD
10.75" dia. 50LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$100.00 CAD
12" dia. 65LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$107.00 CAD
13" dia. 95LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$120.00 CAD
14" dia. 115LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$127.00 CAD
14.5" dia. 130LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$134.00 CAD
15" dia. 145LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$140.00 CAD
15.5" dia. 160LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$147.00 CAD
16" dia. 173LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$147.00 CAD
17" dia. 215LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$160.00 CAD
18" dia. 250LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$167.00 CAD
18.5" dia. 275LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$174.00 CAD
19" dia. 300LB Hybrid Stone Mold
$187.00 CAD
Women's Hybrid Mold Set
$267.00 CAD
One Each: 10-12-13
Men's Hybrid Mold Set
$327.00 CAD
One Each: 13-14-15
Mammoth Hybrid Mold Set
$867.00 CAD
One of Each Mold: 10-12-13-14-15-16-17-18
Hybrid Funnel
$57.00 CAD

Hybrid Stone Molds
Black

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 using the included funnel, 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.

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

See More: Strongman Training Implements Available from Rogue

Stone Mold Sizes:

Diameter 10" 10.75" 12" 13" 14" 14.5" 15" 15.5" 16" 17" 18" 18.5" 19"
Weight (LB) 35 50 65 95 115 130 145 160 173 215 250 275 300

Gear Specs

Brand Hybrid
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Hybrid Stone Molds is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20.
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 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 Math really helps If you use the accepted concrete industry standard of 150# per cf of cured concrete, and mix your mud to professional spec's (no or very low slump) an 18" mold should produce a stone that weighs 265# and a17" should weigh 223#. My 18" appears to weigh 275# and the 17" 222# so the weight stamps in the molds are inaccurate and annoying. If you use truly low slump concrete you do need to rent borrow or invent some way to vibrate the mud into place and get rid of air bubbles. Having watched the Slater and Hybrid tutorials Slater knows a helluva lot more about how concrete should be handled, I just couldn't buy something I had to tape together. My advice buy the Hybrid use screws flat washers and wing nuts, use white grease on the lip before you bolt it together. Use a length of duct tape to keep your screws clean and ensure minimal leakage at the seam. Trowel the fill hole close to the shape of the sphere so you have neither an ugly flat spot or a big knob to grind off. Cover this with a clean wet rag then cover that with a piece of plastic to prevent moisture loss then strip the form in 36 to 48 hours. These molds are nice heavy plastic that doesn't warp, as long as you use silicone spray and don't let them sit too long they strip clean too.
Date published: 2017-01-06
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
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 4 out of 5 by from Happy enough, but Slater is better I have used both hybrid and Slater Stone molds. The advantage of the hybrid mold is that you don't need to use tape to hold it together and the logo shows up better on the ball and lasts longer (the Slater logo type lasts for about 2 or three stones and then it starts to come off). The drawback of the hybrid mold is that it more difficult to remove the stone from the mold. I use a 5 gallon bucket to support the mold during the concrete curing period and the flange on the mold makes it difficult to flip the stone off the bucket. It seems like it would break pretty easily with the weight of a 250lb stone falling on it. It took three of us to safely lift the stone off the bucket and get it from the mold. For future stones I would more than likely use the Slater molds, although the required size was out of stock hence I bought this one.
Date published: 2018-07-05
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
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