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Kabuki Kadillac Bar

★★★★★
★★★★★
5
2 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.

Kabuki Kadillac Bar

★★★★★
★★★★★
5
2 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.
CA$687.00
Ships in 3-5 Days
Product Description

The Kabuki Strength Kadillac Bar is manufactured in Ohio by Rogue Fitness and includes the addition of knurled handles and our Signature Texture Black powdercoat finish.

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Kabuki Kadillac Bar

The Kabuki Strength Kadillac Bar is manufactured in Ohio by Rogue Fitness and includes the addition of knurled handles and our Signature Texture Black powdercoat finish.

 

Cambered to the same angle as Kabuki’s Duffalo Bar, the Kadillac Bar is a specialty neutral grip / football bar that enables a full range of motion, with convenient rackability on any standard power rack (40.5” to 52.5”). The bar includes 1.33” diameter handles spaced 15.3”, 22.3”, and 29.2” apart, with 10°, 12.5°, and 15° grip angles. The variability of handle placement and angles offers countless variations in exercises and progressions, and also promotes optimal, stacked joint position and improved movement mechanics.

Athletes can utilize the Kadillac Bar in both standard and reverse grip positions, and the precision-machined, zinc-plated sleeves (with 16.7” loadable length) enable the use of regular barbell collars. The sleeves are also removable, reducing the overall shipping cost. A 9/16” wrench and 7/32” hex key are included for easy assembly.

While the Kadillac Bar is primarily a bench press / neutral grip football barbell, it can also be used for curls, skull crushers, rows, lat pull-downs, and more.

Gear Specs

Specifications:

  • Manufactured by Rogue in Columbus, Ohio
  • Cambered Neutral Grip / Football Barbell
  • Unloaded Weight: 45LB
  • Total Bar Length: 87.5"
  • Fits racks 40.5” to 52.5”
  • 1/4” Laser-cut Frame with a cambered edge to help increase range of motion
  • 1.330” OD Handles: laser-cut and knurled with a 10°,12.5°, and 15° grip angle
  • Handle Spacing: 15.3” 22.3”, 29.2” (narrow, mid, and wide, measured from the center of the handle)
  • Standard and Reverse Grip options
  • Rogue Signature Texture Black Powder-coat finish
  • Sleeves: Zinc finish + 16.7” loadable length, fits standard barbell collars
  • Easy Assembly using included 9/16” wrench and 7/32” hex key


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Gear Specs

BrandKabuki Strength
Made In USAYes
Width7"
Other Product SpecsDistance between rackable portion of the bar: 40.5"
Loadable Sleeve Length16.7"
Bar Length87.5"
Distance Between Sleeves53.7"
Bar UseSpecialty
Bar Weight45LB
Sleeve CoatingBright Zinc

Key Features of the Kadillac Bar

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Multiple Knurled Handles

Now manufactured by Rogue Fitness, the new Kadillac Bar includes a set of (6) 1.33” diameter handles spaced at 15.3”, 22.3”, and 29.2” apart. Combined with the cambered design of the bar, this creates three different angles for hand positioning, at 10°, 12.5°, or 15°. Along with enabling more types of exercises and progressions, this variation in grip options also promotes optimal, stacked joint position and improved movement mechanics for athletes of any size or experience level.

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Beneficial Cambered Design

The 1/4” laser-cut frame of the Kadillac Bar is cambered or angled in the same manner as the Kabuki Duffalo Bar, and similarly can help reduce stress on the shoulders, biceps, and back, while enabling scapular retraction and superior joint centration. In the form of a multi-grip bar, the camber also improves stability and opens up a greater range of motion when the athletes uses the outer handles for exercises like the bench or rows.

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Reviews

1 - 2 of 2 Reviews
RobertM
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 week ago
Knurled Kabuki Kadillac!
I was in the market for some sort of multi-grip cambered bar, and had been intrigued by the new Rogue MG-4C after seeing it on Garage Gym Reviews in June. Weighing the MG-4C against the Kadillac it was a toss up: the MG-4C seemed too wide and awkward at ~10” vs Kadillac of 7”, but the Kadillac didn’t have knurling like I really wanted it to have. When this collaboration was announced, I placed my order immediately and hoped for the best in terms of ship times. 2-4 weeks? Sure enough, it shipped right at 4 weeks, which is great to me considering the much longer ship times I’ve gotten for Kabuki bars (Kroc and Transformer). I received the bar two days ago and have used it for just a couple workouts (notably for overhead press and bent over rows), and I can say it’s a delight. The camber is nice, and the knurled handles feel quite responsive and they have a comfortable large outer diameter of 1.330” (or 33.8mm). I can’t see needing adjustable positions for myself, and the MG-4C has 28.5mm handles, so I feel like I lucked out with choosing this. Speaking of adjustable handle positions, I appreciate not having to assemble those like with the MG-4*, and was relatively painless to assemble the sleeves onto the Kadillac. Looking more at the MG-4CN now as a new option and more direct competition (although ~20% more expensive when you include comparable 3 handles in total), it looks super appealing if there were fat grip handles as an option. The stainless steel options also draw me in, but would add considerable cost. For right now, I’m super happy with my purchase of the Kadillac bar. It seems like the current best option for me to get a knurled, cambered bar. And of course, shipping and packaging was top notch.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Botch
Texas
★★★★★
★★★★★
June 24
Nothing better
I’ve had this bar for months from Kabuki. It’s the greatest bar I know. We barbell bench out of tradition. This bar uses science. Sure if you’re preparing for a meet, probably not the best. But if you’re a field athlete…I’m not sure why I’d ever recommend going back. Chris and Co did a great job. Also wonderful for rows and presses.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
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