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Dinnie Ring Set

€70.00 Incl. Tax €84.70

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Dinnie Ring Set

Rogue’s hand-made Dinnie Rings are modeled after the look and feel of the century-old iron grips found on Scotland’s Dinnie Stones—arguably the most famous Strongman lifting stones in the world. While far from modern in design, these notably non-uniform rings offer athletes a unique option for grip strength training, with a wide range of potential attachments and ring lifting challenges.

Sold in pairs and available in two size options, Dinnie Rings are all individually hand-forged from American steel by the experienced blacksmiths at Lockhart Ironworks in Logan, Ohio. Much of this traditional process stays true to the methods that would have been used to create the original Dinnie Rings in the 1800s. It also means that no two sets of rings are identical, and the dimensions and weight may vary slightly from set to set.

Dinnie Ring Set Includes:

  • (1) Large Ring: Approximately 7” x 6.5” / 1.65 LBS
  • (1) Small Ring: Approximately 6.25” x 5.25” / 1.38 LBS

Customers can also choose to order some compatible accessories with their Dinnie Rings, including:

  • Grip Straps & Carabiner Set
  • Rogue Loading Pin

Specifications:

  • Strongman Rings - Grip Strength, Ring Lifting Exercises
  • Sold In Pairs
  • Hand-Forged in Logan, OH
  • American Steel construction
  • Large and Small Size Options
  • No 2 Rings are Identical

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight Large Ring - 1.65LBs / Small Ring - 1.38LBs (approx)
Length Large Ring - 7" / Small Ring - 6.25" (approx)
Width Large Ring - 6.5" / Small Ring - 5.25" (approx)
Other Product Specs Hand forged from 5/8" diameter steel

Key Features of Rogue’s Dinnie Rings

  • 1An Homage to Strength History

    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.

  • 2Hand-Forged at Lockhart Ironworks

    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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Dinnie Ring Set is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice training set I have picked up the actual dinnies. To me the handles are not the same as what Rogue makes, they are similar as they are thin. But the actual Dinnie handles are smoother to me. Regardless if you are planning on lifting the Dinnie Stones you gonna need to get training handles, A barbell only builds the back strength. You need to build up the strength and pain tolerance in the hands/skin
Date published: 2021-03-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Steel diameter not accurate (which is a problem) They are hand forged rings, yes. However, with the actual dinnie stone rings there is a big stone and a small stone. An important detail is the big stone actually has a larger steel diameter for its ring. How important is this? It's actually pretty important. Once you get up over 400lbs in one hand, having 5/8 diameter steel is pretty narrow and will result in your skin probably being ripped. For me, it's like the parts between my fingerprint ridges start separating because there is too much weight on such a small area of skin. I have used the actual dinnie stone rings and is nowhere near as bad due to the increased diameter (3/4" I think?). I don't think this product deserves a good rating until the size of these rings is accurate. They area already hand forged.... How hard is it to use the right steel diameter? This is supposed to be a replica, so please replicate.
Date published: 2021-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome I've never been to Scotland to try the Dinnie Stones but these are awesome. I use them to train as dinnie stones as well as on a cable as a different grip for push downs and use on a sled for rows, with chains for flyes and about a million other ways that aren't conventionally thought of with a ring.
Date published: 2020-08-01
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