Battle Ropes




Rope Diameter
1.5in 2in
Rope Length
30ft 40ft 50ft
Rope Material
Black Polyethylene White Poly Dacron Rope Black Poly Dacron Rope
Battle Rope Accessories
1.5in Rope Protective Sleeve $7.00 Protective Sleeve for 1.5in Rope 2in Rope Protective Sleeve $8.50 Protective Sleeve for 2in Rope Battle Rope Wall Anchor $26.00 Battle Rope Wall Anchor Battle Rope Hanger $34.00 Battle Rope Hanger
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Battling ropes are a new heart pounding strength and conditioning product which provides a low impact high cardio workout through various easy drills.  System created by John Brookfield and his battling ropes® program allows you to whip large diameter ropes into unlimited wave motions which amp up the heart and burn large muscle carbs.  They are enormously popular and are being incorporated into school, exercise, gym, and strength and conditioning programs world wide.

We offer our battle ropes in 1.5″ and 2″ poly Dacron and polyethylene rope available in 3 lengths.                                                                                                                                                 Each rope has a whipped end covered with a durable glued poly boot. These are to help keep the ends from unraveling and should not be considered handles. Gripping should be in the front of the boots.

Step 1: Choose the kind of rope;
  • Polyethylene Rope:  Lighter weight and doesn’t shed. Very similar to polypropylene but more durable.  Available in black.
  • Poly Dacron Rope:  Softer and rugged non-shed poly Dacron rope.  Has an extremely strong and lightweight polypropylene core with a soft and durable polyester outside jacket layer similar to the feel of cotton.
Step 2: Choose diameter;
  • 1.5in diameter:  Most popular, standard size for most battle ropes.
  • 2in diameter:  Bigger size & heavier weight produces a more intense cardio workout.
Step 3: Choose length;
  • pick the size of rope to the size of your space and the progression of workout.
  • Ex. 50’ rope is doubled for 2 25’ sides when working solo.
  • Can also work in pairs.
Battle Rope Accessories

Battle Rope Anchor

Protective Sleeve

Battle Rope Hanger

If anchoring the rope as instructed is not possible you can loop your rope to any stationary object.  Some anchoring devices may be abrasive and cause damage to your rope and sleeve.  To lengthen the lifespan of your rope and sleeve be sure to anchor your Power Conditioning rope to a devise that will cause minimal damage.


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Product NoRope DiaRope LengthRope Material
BRP-150-B-301.5in30ftBlack Polyethylene
BRP-150-B-401.5in40ftBlack Polyethylene
BRP-150-B-501.5in50ftBlack Polyethylene
BRD-150-W-301.5in30ftWhite Poly Dacron
BRD-150-W-401.5in40ftWhite Poly Dacron
BRD-150-W-501.5in50ftWhite Poly Dacron
BRD-150-B-301.5in30ftBlack Poly Dacron
BRD-150-B-401.5in40ftBlack Poly Dacron
BRD-150-B-501.5in50ftBlack Poly Dacron
BRP-200-B-302in30ftBlack Polyethylene
BRP-200-B-402in40ftBlack Polyethylene
BRP-200-B-502in50ftBlack Polyethylene
BRD-200-W-302in30ftWhite Poly Dacron
BRD-200-W-402in40ftWhite Poly Dacron
BRD-200-W-502in50ftWhite Poly Dacron
BRD-200-B-302in30ftBlack Poly Dacron
BRD-200-B-402in40ftBlack Poly Dacron
BRD-200-B-502in50ftBlack Poly Dacron

Polyethylene vs. Polypropylene

Both materials are a plastic polymer.  Polypropylene has 3 carbon atoms while polyethylene has 2 carbon atoms.  They have many of the same properties except polyethylene has less strength and costs less to make.

  • Monomer of polyethylene is ethylene and monomer of polypropylene is propylene.
  • Polyethylene has a lower melting point compared to the higher melting point of polypropylene.
  • Polypropylene is not as sturdy as polyethylene.
  • Polypropylene is stiffer and resistant to chemicals and organic solvents compared to polyethylene.
  • Polypropylene is pure, non-stretching and generally more rigid than polyethylene.

We us Polyethylene rope because:

  • 1.5″ & 2″ black polypropylene is too hard to have made.
  • Polyethylene is much less expensive.
  • Polyethylene holds up well in flexible uses such as battle ropes and where strength is not the most important factor.