The Story of Our 60lbs Sandbag
Truth be told: we tore the first sample apart in less than 15minutes - from there we made some fundamental changes.
All sandbags are adjustable - sand can be added and taken out indiscriminately by adding or removing sand. Where do you put the sand when you take it out and where do get more to add....we're not not sure.
What we do know is that our 60lbs Sandbags are different because the come with six individual fill bags that fit inside the shell bag. You can easily take the fill bags out or add them in to make sandbag lighter or heavier (up to 60lbs max weight).
Made in Winnipeg, Canada. Created differently. Design with durability and rugged training in mind. Durable designs come from understanding the scope of intended use. How will this sandbag be used and how can it last as long as possible?
What is design?
Design normally encompasses everything from aesthetics to the pattern and material selection. However, we created this 60lbs Adjustable Sandbag, we needed deliver a level of support that would allow you to get the most out of your training.
The Sandbag Training Manual and the Video Training Training Library provide you with comprehensive training instructions. Our goal is to have you executing the fundamentals safely and confidently so that the sandbag can be introduced into your training without delay.
The material selection must exceed the limits of all reasonable and intended product.Everything from the thread to the logo patches must be build to last. Our here video tells all!
Click on the image to see the full spec video.
White Lion Athletics is the exclusive distributor of Well Built Kettlebells' Kettlebell Backpack.
A backpack specifically designed and engineered to carry a kettlebell is a blessing. It's safe, it's comfortable and it frees up your hands - to carry more kettlebells, a steel mace or steel clubs.
We're never one to deprive you of a solid suitcase carry with our 28kg kettlebell out to your favourite ,scenic training spot (this backpack can hold up to 28k); however, if freeing up your hands can make your trip safer.