The 90's Collection - 1" Beaded Ropes
The 90's Collection - 1" Beaded Ropes
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Jump Rope Sizing Guide
By default all of our jump ropes come with a 10 foot cord or cable, unless otherwise specified. This length of cord will fit anybody up to 6' 4" tall for general fitness jumping.
Longer cords and cables can be purchased separately.
Easily size down your 10ft cord/cable with scissors or cable cutters.
General Fitness: If you’re just getting started with a jump rope or simply want to burn a few calories, efficiency is no longer the goal but rather consistency. While you’re still learning to jump, you may need a bit more length in the rope. This extra length will allow you the space to make minor technique errors without causing misses. We recommend a height of 10” to 18” over your head.
- Goal: Consistency
- Clearance: 10” to 18”
Speed & Double Unders: The goal with speed jumping is efficiency, which means you want the jump rope to travel the shortest distance possible with minimal effort. If your jump rope is too long, it will feel sloppy and take too much effort to turn. A shorter distance means a smaller gap between your head and the rope. You’ll want to aim for 4” to 8” to maximize your jump rope speed.
- Goal: Efficiency
- Clearance: 4” to 8”
Freestyle: Jump rope tricks require a high level of control over the rope and the handles. Freestyle jump rope allows for the variance in recommended height because of the different paths the rope takes for tricks. Whatever length you’re most comfortable with is best. Typically, we recommend the rope be between 6” to 14” over your head. However, it is common to see ropes only a few inches over the heads of competitive freestyle jumpers.
- Goal: Control
- Clearance: 6” to 14”
Jump into the 90’s with our limited edition jump rope collection. Whether you’re feeling nostalgic about what once was, or wishing that the return of the 90’s would last forever, this collection will surely inspire you to unlock new tricks while gettin' jiggy with it.”
At 3oz, this is the standard spec rope used for feedback when drilling new jump rope skills and strict form. It will not kink and keeps its shape for executing tricks.
Sizing: Easily adjust the length of this segmented jump rope. The 10' length will fit jumpers up to 6'4" tall. Shorten/resize the jump rope as needed by loosening the washer/tie on one end the handle, removing beads and cutting the excess cord.
Shipping & Returns
We ship same day on orders before 11am PST. Orders after 11am ship next day. Want to return your product? We'll refund the cost of the product within our 90 day return window.
Our products are guaranteed with a 1-year money-back warranty. Within the 1 year warranty we will refund, repair and/or replace parts or products that are defective in materials or workmanship. We pay the shipping.
On time arrived in good shape
This is my first jump rope, and I debated a long time about ordering this (and about this vs the black and/or black and white ones). The rope is great. The beads feel good. The colors are bright and fun. Adjusting the rope is easy, as described. I haven't jumped outside yet, so I can't attest to how quickly the beads will scuff/damage on concrete, but that's going to be an issue with any of them (without a mat). Awesome rope, and if I manage to get the hang of this, I'll certainly be looking at the heavier rope next.
How I discovered your products:
I was aware of your elite srs speedropes just from doing CrossFit and from talking to folks.
I saw your company come up on a USA made products list and that sealed the deal for me.
Why I chose the ropes I did:
1. I wanted to get my partner into jumping rope and the fun 90s colors help. It’s also nice that they look good hanging on the wall. Makes them easily accessible and a visible reminder to get going
2. For myself, I needed a few ropes that wouldn’t kink up in my bag in the way to the gym or the office.
3. I also wanted to up the cardio with the Muay Thai rope and have never been so humbled by a piece of pvc. Good gosh.
4. I already had some srs handles so I wanted to try out some different cables for it.
Also related to me purchasing decisions - I left a few 90s ropes at my office and people are just using them. I think they see the rubber ducky handles and can’t resist.
I want to leave some out by the park near my house. So I was trying to test out what would happen if these ropes were left more or less exposed to the elements. Lots of people go out to this park as there is a football field, baseball fields, tennis and basketball courts and a walking track. I left a couple beaded ropes out there and it’s fun seeing people using them to warm up
I think one was stolen almost immediately but hey that’s living in the city
Any thoughts on what ropes might be okay to leave outside for a bit are welcome. I figure anything with a bearing in it will fail faster.
Thanks for reaching out and thanks for all the great work y’all do!
Such a cute jump rope and the colors are so nice! Perfect length
Yes, I bought the Alien, but it hasn't arrived yet. I think it's lost or some postman is jumping with her. C'est la vie!
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Jump smarter with a mat
We recommend using a jump rope mat to reduce impact on your joints and to extend the life of your jump rope, especially on hard outdoor surfaces.
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