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Cap Barbell 12" Nylon Cable Handle

$32.99 $28.99

Cap Barbell 12" Nylon Cable Handle
For Single Arm Isolation

Commercial grade quality with 2 positions. Pull all your cable workouts together with the 12" Nylon Cable Handle. Ideal for all your lifting and pulling exercises. Constructed from extra heavy-duty nylon and rubber and featuring easy-adjust steel D-rings for quick changes and foam padded, nylon grip handle, gives you a comfortable workout into your hands. Weight Capacity: 250 lbs

For use with weight stack cable equipment and cable gyms. Excellent for single arm isolation, whether it be for weight training, body building, or rehabilitation purposes.

Constructed of heavy duty textured grip handle and steel, this grip handle is specially designed for better grip and feel

  • The perfect exercise machine accessory
  • Commercial grade quality
  • 2 Positions
  • With D Ring and foam padded
  • For use with weight stack cable equipment.
  • Excellent for single arm isolation
  • Length: 12" long
  • Weight Capacity: 250 lbs
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Color: Black

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