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Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat

KB-9LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$35.00 CAD
KB-13LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$49.00 CAD
KB-18LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$55.00 CAD
KB-26LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$62.00 CAD
KB-35LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$76.00 CAD
KB-40LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$83.00 CAD
KB-44LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$90.00 CAD
KB-53LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$110.00 CAD
KB-62LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$128.00 CAD
KB-70LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$145.00 CAD
KB-80LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$165.00 CAD
KB-88LB Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat
$182.00 CAD

Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat

The powder coat version of the Rogue Kettlebell is cast, machined, and finished in the USA and is part of our expanding line-up of quality American-made KBs.

Currently available in 12 weight increments from 9LB / 4KG up to 88LB / 40KG, each of these durable cast iron kettlebells features a Class A Powder Coat finish for superior grip, along with debossed weight indications (in both LB and KG) and Rogue branding. The 40LB / 18KG bell also meets the required specifications for the new Army Combat Fitness Test.

What Sets Rogue’s Powder Coat Kettlebells Apart:

Material Quality Cast Iron These KBs are produced from two types of industrial-grade cast iron: Class 30 Grey Iron (13LB to 44LB) and Ductile Iron (9LB, 53LB and above). Both are highly robust and corrosion-resistant with vibration & sound dampening properties.
Finish Class A Black Powder Coat Superior powder coating delivers a textured feel for a reliable grip + excellent resistance against scratches, chipping, and fading.
Gloss 2.0 to 2.5 GU Rating Creates a low gloss, traditional matte look.

This kettlebell line is the product of a joint effort between Rogue and a group of uniquely qualified independent businesses, including two of the leading metal casting foundries in the Midwest: OSCO Industries (Portsmouth, Ohio) and Cadillac Casting, Inc. (Cadillac, Michigan). The machining and powder coating of each kettlebell is also handled by experienced specialists, resulting in a durable, precision-made, high-performance product.

For additional American-made Rogue KBs, see the ductile iron Rogue Kettlebell - E-Coat.

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  • Made In USA
  • Cast by OSCO Industries and Cadillac Casting, Inc
  • Material: Class 30 Grey Iron (13LB-44LB), Ductile Iron (9LB, 53LB+)
  • Available Weight Increments: 9LB (4KG), 13LB (6KG), 18LB (8KG), 26LB (12KG), 35LB (16KG), 40LB (18KG), 44LB (20KG), 53LB (24KG), 62LB (28KG), 70LB (32KG), 80LB (36KG), and 88LB (40KG)
  • Bell Dimensions: Vary By Weight
  • Finish: Black Powder Coat - Class A
  • Handle Diameter: 1.2" (9LB-18LB), 1.4" (26LB), 1.5” (35LB-88LB)
  • Flat Base
  • Debossed Weight Indications and Rogue branding
  • Meets Required Specifications for US Army Combat Fitness Test (40LB / 18KB)

See More: Kettlebells Available from Rogue

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 13LB to 88LB
Length Varies by weight
Width Varies by weight
Height Varies by weight
Other Product Specs Black Powder Coat finish
Handle Diameter 13LB-18LB : 1.2"
26LB : 1.4"
35LB-88LB : 1.5"

Key Features of the Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat

  • 1Cast by OSCO Industries...

    OSCO Industries has operated foundries in South-Central Ohio for nearly 150 years. Serving a wide variety of industrial markets from air conditioning and refrigeration to automotive, power-transmission equipment, and pumps & valves, the team at OSCO were well equipped, ready and willing to make an American kettlebell of the highest standard, using Class 30 Grey Iron to produce our 13LB through 44LB increments. This is the same highly durable cast iron often found in industrial strength frying pans, manhole covers, diesel engine blocks, gearboxes, and machine tool parts.

  • 2...And Cast In Michigan by Cadillac Casting

    The town of Cadillac, Michigan has a long and storied manufacturing history, and Cadillac Casting, Inc., has been a big part of it, designing and producing a wide variety of complex and safety-critical components for the automotive industry and other industrial clients since the 1920s. This reputable, privately owned foundry employs 400 highly skilled workers, who seamlessly took on the job of producing the 53LB through 88LB KBs for our powder coat line, as well as our complete E-Coat line. Cadillac uses Ductile Iron, aka nodular cast iron, which contains strong graphite nodules that give it a superior tensile strength and corrosion resistance well suited to automotive components, wheels, gearboxes, machine frames, and, of course, kettlebells.

  • 3Precision Machining

    After casting, each KB is CNC-machined to precisely cut and smooth over the flat bottom and ensure a weight tolerance of +3% / -0% (based on the KG measurement). This machining is handled by Cadillac Casting (in Michigan) and MAKO Finished Products (in Ohio).

  • 4Powder Coat Finish = Enhanced Grip

    Next, the kettlebells are sent for powder coating, with the work handled by two more Midwest leaders: Greenfield Products (Greenfield, Ohio) and CRM, Inc. (Traverse City, MI). These companies have nearly 100 years combined experience, specializing in advanced finishing work for the appliance, automotive, and marine equipment industries. Their advanced powder coating systems enable the proper conditioning of materials for achieving Class A specifications (with maximum inspection time and minimum allowable defects). This textured powder coat finish doesn’t just look good; it delivers an enhanced grip, consistent feel, and scratch/chip resistance beyond that of most traditional kettlebells on the market. With all KB sizes, the finish has a matte black, low gloss appearance with Rogue branding + “Made in the USA” on one side and debossed weight indications in both KG & LB on the other.

  • 5Wide Selection

    Whether you’re purchasing a single set of KBs for your garage gym or outfitting a large facility, this first series of Rogue Powder Coat Kettlebells is available in a wide range of weight increments to suit most goals—from lightweight beginner bells (starting at 13LB / 6KG) up to 53 LBS / 24 KG. The handle diameters, noted below, range from 1.2” to 1.5”. Please Note: The actual weight of each kettlebell is designed to match the KG weight. So for example, the 35LB Rogue Kettlebell is actually spec'd to weigh exactly 16KG with a +3% /- 0% tolerance.
    Rogue E-Coat Kettlebell Handle Diameters:
    13LB - 18LB: 1.2"
    26LB: 1.4"
    35LB - 88LB: 1.5"

  • 6Approved for ACFT

    The 40LB Rogue Kettlebell meets all requirements for use with the United States Army’s Combat Fitness Test, a 6-event readiness assessment that replaced the previous 3-event Army Physical Fitness Test in 2020. The grueling new ACFT is neutral across all genders and age groups, and includes a strength deadlift, standing power throw, hand-release push-ups, sprint/drag/carry, leg tuck,and a 2-mile run.

Rogue Kettlebell - Powder Coat is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 77.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply Awesome Another great product from Rogue. High quality, and built to last forever.
Date published: 2021-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rogue Kettlebell Powder Coat Rogue Kettlebell Powder Coat. I choose these over the E-Coat because their have better grip and a matte finish. No complaints love mine. Looking to buy more in the future.
Date published: 2021-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from American Made American craftsmanship at it’s finest. Plan to buy a couple more in different weights.
Date published: 2021-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Quality I honestly think this kettlebell will outlive me. The quality is everything you’d expect from Rouge. I really like exercising with this kettlebell. I’ll definitely be buying more.
Date published: 2021-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great kb I totally agree with previous review. E coat more slippery than powder coated kettlebells. And my 20kg powder coated kb has pretty bad edge inside the handle due to bad sanding. Overall great kbs hope my 32kg that is in the mail doesn't have that bad sanding.
Date published: 2021-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I think these are trying to kill me. But instead they are making me stronger. The grip on the traditional powder coat is great especially now that summer is her and the weather is getting spicy. The handle is nice and thick, they seem unbreakable. Even though they are made in Ohio (I'm Michigander) I will be buying these again when it's time to level up.
Date published: 2021-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rogue is consistently predictable Great for squats and swings. On time for delivery, well packaged
Date published: 2021-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Powder Coat Is Better Than E-Coat First of all, I bought these kettlebells simply for the fact they are made in North America and I wanted to support North American manufacturing. There are no Canadian made kettlebells so this is as close as I can get. I have both the powder coat and e-coat versions of the 20kg and 24kg. The powder coating is much better in my opinion if you are not into using chalk as the ecoat gets very slick when your hands start to sweat. I had purchased the ecoat bells first as almost every review online claimed it was a better finish from both price to quality yet I just couldn't get over how slippery they felt in my hand. I purchased the powder coat version a couple weeks later and have been much happier with them. In my opinion just pay the extra couple bucks for the powder coat versions even if the price point of the ecoat is more attractive. One thing I found interesting is that the ecoat bells are all made at the same factory but the powder coat are made at two different factories resulting in a slight difference in the feel of the powder coats (the coating on my 20kg that was made in Ohio feels grippier and better than the 24kg which was cast and finished in Michigan) The machining and over all quality of the 24kg is fantastic, the machining on the 20kg was a little sloppy on the handle. I would like to see a little stricter quality control for future bells. Overall I would recommend these bells. They feel good, the dimensions are good, they look good (I personally like minimalist design with no colour bands). If you are on the fence regarding which coating to purchase, as someone who owns both, I recommend the powder coat.
Date published: 2021-06-21
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