***PRE ORDER BARS SHIP JULY 2020***
***PRE ORDER BARS SHIP JULY 2020**
Please note we are currently doing some experimentation on the ISF Deadlift bar. V2 may be somewhat altered from V1. ISF Athletes Joe Hannon (#1 ranked DL 220lb weight class NJ) and Daniel Bell ( #1 ranked Powerlifter in the world) will be lending their assistance and feedback as we proceed. Bar will ship out based on test results.
We are proceeding with version 2 after many tests with some great athletes.
I Sell Fitness Deadlift Bar. Our Deadlift bar features a 27MM shaft with aggressive knurling and whippy steel. This bar was in the design process for many months. We tested many alloys while forklift deadlift testing the steel to find properties we were looking for: the right balance between bar flex with a bar under load, and the ability to maintain straight without a bend for a lifetime of proper usage.
Key Specs & Features of the ISF Deadlift Bar:
- 27MM shaft
- 2330mm overall length
- 15.75" loadable area on Friction Welded Sleeves
- 16.5" of no center knurl
- Agressive Knurling
We are currently offering the ISF Deadlift Bar in a polished bare steel shaft to maximize the aggressive knurling, a black phosphate coating, which is a very thin coating also allowing for a good grip, and very limited blue ceramic. Note that with bare steel or black phosphate, while great for maximizing grip, both options will require maintenance to prevent rusting. While our ceramic coating option will offer superior corrosion resistance, the thick coating will take away from the knurl's bite so keep that factor in mind. Also of importance, ceramic coatings due tend to wear from metal to metal contact. All sleeves for all options are hard chrome finish.
For knurl aggressiveness comparison coating estimation on ISF Powerlifting Bars, on scale to 10 (most aggressive), relative to ISF bars only:
Bare Steel = 10
Phosphate = 9.5
Ceramic = 8.5
We are doing a special Limited Edition fully black phosphate Chaos Power Bar with our friends from Lift Evil.
Please note the ISF Deadlift Bar prototype shown in the photos is completely polished bare steel, including the sleeves.
Here we have Daniel Bell pulling 765LB x 2 on the V2 ISF Deadlift Bar prototype:
Joe Hannonn pulling 765LBS x2 on the ISF V1 Deadlift Bar:
Chris Della Fave pulling 765 + 140LB Band tension on the ISF V1 Deadlift Bar:
Daniel Bell pulling 855lb on the V1 ISF Deadlift Bar: