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3 Cable Bundle

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  • Coated Cable

    Our most versatile and most popular cable type. This is the cable that comes standard on all Session and Sprint ropes.

  • Bare Cable

    Our Bare Cables are the fastest option available, although there are some trade-offs in durability when compared to the Coated Cable.

  • Scout Cable

    • Only compatible with our Scout handles.
    • 2x the weight of our coated cable
    • Designed to work in perfect balance with our scout handles to purposely bring on fatigue

  • Description

    Coated Cable
    Our most versatile and most popular cable type, this is the cable that comes standard on all Session and Sprint ropes.

    Bare Cable
    Our fastest cable option, the Bare Cable comes standard on our Comp rope but is compatible with both our Session and Sprint handles.

    Scout Cable
    Our heaviest cable option, the Scout Cable has been designed to work exclusively, and in perfect balance, with our Scout handles to purposely bring on fatigue more quickly.

  • Features

    Coated Cable

    • Most durable option
    • Variety of surfaces
    • Replace less frequently
    • Good for all levels
    • Compatible with Session, Sprint, and Comp handles

    Bare Cable

    • Uncoated steel cable
    • Smooth surfaces only
    • Fastest option
    • Replace more frequently
    • Best for advanced user
    • Compatible with Session, Sprint, and Comp handles

    Scout Cable

    • Variety of surfaces
    • Heaviest option
    • Replace less frequently
    • Good for all levels
    • Compatible with Scout handles ONLY

    Trying to decide between cables?  Read this...

    There are a few factors to consider when deciding which cable option is best for you. If speed is your top priority, and you're an efficient jumper who's training indoors on rubber flooring, and you don't mind changing a cable a little more frequently, then the bare cable is perfect for you. However, if durability and versatility are your top priorities, and you'd prefer a longer span between cable replacements, then the Coated or Scout cables are probably better options, just keep in mind that the Scout cable is heavier by design and is ONLY compatible with the Scout handles. Also, while any option will accommodate any skill level, beginners often prefer the feedback that the Coated and Scout cables provide for learning timing and rhythm, as well as the durability they offer through the learning process. Whichever cable you decide on, all styles are easy to replace as needed and can be found right here on our site in a variety of colors!

  • Ropes Disclaimer
    • If you're a bare cable junkie 'cause you just flat out need that crazy speed, be sure and stick to rubber gym flooring and other similar smooth surfaces to help your cable last longer.
    • If you think you might end up on some concrete / dirt / sand / lava / or really anything besides smooth gym flooring, just be sure you're packin' a coated cable for all that adventure to help your cable get through the workout. But get back to that gym floor ASAP because any rough surface will chew up even a coated cable before long.
    • The cables may sting (a little) when it meets bare skin, so probably best not to jump barefoot... or naked for that matter.
    • Don't use the cable as a weapon... no, but seriously.

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