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Weight Training Sled and Anchor for Wood Floors


 
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Do you want to use your Railyard Weight Training Sled and Anchor on your wood or tile floor?
Here's the solution. Attached this heavy 26 ounce gray* cotton duck Skid to your sled and pull, push or anchor without harming your wood or tile floors. The Skid Sleeve easily attaches to the Railyard Weight Sled with nylon tabs and straps that attached with Velcro for a snug fit. Sleeve is for use with Sled weight up to 150 pounds.

The Skid Sleeve features a ¼-inch foam pad sandwiched between the two bottom layers of fabric to provide extra protection and long life. Skid Sleeve attachment is shipped in Gray ( not green as shown in photos and video)

Fabric Skid for Weight Sled on wood floors

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Well made August 8, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Fairfield, IA United States  
The cover is good quality; it's sewn well and seems quite sturdy. I haven't used it yet, but because it was attached to the sled when I received it, I saw that it fit very well and the velcro straps were easy to undo.

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Great for indoors!!! June 27, 2015
Reviewer: Martin from IOWA CITY, IA United States  
Works great for those sled workouts indoors on wood floors, or even the smoothed out concrete!  These cold winters don't allow us to go outside to do the work that we want, and this lets us keep on going without missing a beat!!

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Great for my hard wood floors February 6, 2015
Reviewer: Adrian UMAX Scotland from Brooklyn, NY United States  
So far, the wood cover is holding up well.  I've had it for about a week or two now and it's doing pretty good. I'd say it's a reliable product.

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