The XMark 7′ Olympic LUMBERJACK Bar has moderate flex making it a great performance bar.
It is functional for cross training, olympic and powerlifting. This bar hits the middle of the road between flexible and stiff making it ideal for snatches, cleans, bench presses, squats, deadlifts, etc.
A high quality shaft coating adds to the longevity of the bar. The shaft coating on XMark’s LUMBERJACK Bar is black manganese phosphate which provides better rust resistance than black oxide while also giving the bar shaft a slightly tacky feel. The medium depth fine knurling is dual spec with IWF and IPF knurling marks. When the coating and knurling are combined, this bar allows for a superior, firm grip minus the sharp, cheese grater knurling.
The chrome sleeves rotate freely on self-lubricating brass alloy bushings and are secured to the bar using a dual snap ring system. This system is designed to ensure the sleeves never detach from the shaft.
Crafted using a high quality alloy steel and dual snap ring system, the LUMBERJACK Bar offers ultimate performance for cross training, olympic and powerlifting routines. Uncompromising quality and affordability are what you have come to expect and receive from XMark, equipment for the tough.
Your XMark 7′ Olympic Lumberjack Bar is an investment. Take a couple of minutes to protect your investment by wiping down your bar regularly with a light coat of WD-40 or a 3-in-1 oil.
– Weight capacity: Tested at 700 lbs. without deforming
– Bar Material: heated alloy steel shaft; Chrome sleeves
– Shaft Coating: Black Manganese Phosphate
– Sleeve Rotation: Brass bushings with dual snap ring system
– Knurling: Dual spec IWF and IPF medium depth fine knurling; no center knurling
– Bar Length: 7′ Olympic bar
– Diameter: 28 mm
– Sleeve Length: 16.5″
– Weight: 19.5 kg.
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BLACK MANGANESE PHOSPHATE SHAFT – High quality bars only use Black Manganese Phosphate. How does Manganese Phosphate compare to Black Oxide and Zinc Phosphate? Of the numerous phosphate coating available, manganese phosphate coatings are the hardest, while providing unbeatable corrosion and abrasion protection. Black Oxide, as the name implies, is an iron oxide film. Zinc phosphate is a lighter alternative to manganese phosphate.
PRO-GRIP KNURLING – The shaft provides a semi aggressive knurling and dual knurling marks.
BRASS BUSHINGS – The LUMBERJACK is upgraded with brass bushings that provide the perfect spin and are built to last.
SLEEVES – Smooth chrome sleeves for easy loading of plates while providing a superior feel.