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For generations, strength athletes from around the world have flocked to the small hamlet of Potarch in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to try and lift two massive granite boulders named for the Strongman who made them famous. In 1860, as the legend goes, Donald Dinnie carried the stones—weighing a combined 733 LBS—barehanded across the 17 foot Potarch Bridge, using the stones’ affixed iron rings as his grips. The Dinnie Stones have continued to inspire Strongmen and Strongwomen ever since, with various replicas often used in competitive events. Through 2019, only four men are believed to have matched Donald Dinnie’s original feat in Potarch.
Each and every Rogue Dinnie Ring is individually hand-forged from American steel by professional blacksmiths Doug Lockhart and Danielle Russell at Lockhart Ironworks in Logan, Ohio. Doug brings more than 35 years of experience to the table in this field, and Danielle has made national news as a leading talent breaking down old gender barriers in the smithing trade. Because they use traditional methods, no two sets of Dinnie Rings are exactly the same, and the dimensions and weight may vary slightly from set to set. There are two general sizes to choose from, however: Large (7” x 6.5” / 1.65 LBS) and Small (6.25” x 5.25” / 1.38 LBS).
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