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Y-2 Rogue Yoke

Y-2 Rogue Yoke
€695.00 €840.95 Incl. Tax
Yoke Conversion Kit
€313.50 €379.34 Incl. Tax
Change your S-1-2-3 Squat Stand over to a Yoke!
Kit includes: 4 Skid Feet, 1 Cross Member & 2 Side Storage
Yoke Conversion Kit without Side Storage
€261.25 €316.11 Incl. Tax
Change your S-1-2-3 Squat Stand over to a Yoke!
Kit includes: 4 Skid Feet, 1 Cross Member

Part Yoke, Part Sled, Part Power Rack

We’ve equipped the Y-2 Rogue Yoke with 2x3" 11-gauge steel uprights, a 750-pound plate storage capacity, and durable skid feet designed to handle sled pushing and dragging exercises. At nearly two feet taller than the Y-1 model, the Y-2 also features an adjustable crossbar that will work not only for a classic yoke carry or Zercher carry, but for fat-grip pull-ups and ring exercises.

With additional functionality as a bench press and squat stand, the American-made Rogue Yoke could serve as an all-in-one option for a new home gym or as a versatile addition to a full-scale pro or collegiate weight room.


  • Made in the USA
  • Height: 92” with base
  • Total Weight Capacity: 750+ lbs (two side storage and four corner-post weight storage options)
  • Applications: Strongman Yoke Training, Pushing, Pulling, Carrying, Zercher, Squat, Press, etc.
  • (2) Uprights: 2x3" 11-gauge steel
  • (2) Bases and (4) Skid/Storage Feet
  • Adjustable Crossbar: 3” OD
  • (2) J-Cups

See Also: Rogue Y-1 Yoke | Rogue Y-3 Yoke

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 195 lbs.
Height 92"
Other Product Specs Weight Capacity: 750 lbs.
Steel Notes 2 x 3" 11-Gauge Steel
Foot Print 50" x 48"
Y-2 Rogue Yoke is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome centerpiece to my home gym. After debating on whether to purchase a rack or the yoke, I decided on the yoke and I’m glad I did! It’s very versatile and acts as my squat rack, bench station, and pull-up station. It’s built solid and is the centerpiece to my home gym. Great Product!
Date published: 2019-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Y2 Yoke I am just starting my garage gym and just happened to see Josh Bridges recommendation to buy a yoke due to the versatility. He was correct. Yoke, moveable squat/bench rack, pull ups, toes to bar, etc. As with all Rogue stuff I have had a chance to use so far the quality is top notch. I recommend it to anyone starting out.
Date published: 2019-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatility Unmatched I love the versatility of the Rogue Yoke. Was debating between this and a squat stand and chose this for a variety of reasons. With the yoke you are getting more than just a squat stand, and what is so great about this is that it is infinity compatible. You could purchase an infinity pull up bar for when you want to do pull-ups, and keep the Yoke cross member to the side for when you want to take it outside and do Yoke carries. (You can also do pull ups on the actual cross member, the fat grip really works those forearms!). I could see myself getting some infinity safety spotter arms for this eventually as well. Fits perfect on my 8'x8' lifting platform while leaving room in the front to do dead lifts, cleans, etc. The only downside is that it can be a little difficult to lower the cross member by yourself as it is a little heavy with the height of the Y-2, but that was expected.
Date published: 2019-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely needed for masters athletes I’ve been doing CrossFit/ weightlifting since aroumd 2003. I’m a little older and banged up now, low back and knees need a break every once in awhile. Usually that means taking 4 weeks off heavy lifts and trying to rebuild after the deload. this time I gave up the barbell completely and did yoke and sandbag stuff at the gym. I felt so good and actually got stronger. I added 10lbs to my dead without touching a barbell. It worked so well I bought one for the garage. Love it
Date published: 2019-04-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good I bought this yoke a week ago and I really like it but the sticker on the side has already fallen off and I’ve tried to put it back on but the stick is already gone. Besides that it’s really good
Date published: 2019-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A lot of versatility for the space I've had it for over a year, and train in a garage behind my row house at the end of an alley in Baltimore City (very limited space). I can do yoke, pressing (no issues with a 2 inch axle fitting in the hooks, zerchers, stone\sandbag\keg over bar (we've loaded stones up to 400 lbs and the cross member has stood up to the challenge), push/pull sled, and just about everything else. Hands down the most versatile rig out there. I have two comments ... the side storage pins are nice, but we just hang gym belts\wrist wraps over them because the plates get bumped when squatting (if you have a shallow walkout), and the storage on the feet aren't friendly if you have a wider stance. Tip: spring for the safety arms (for log pressing, mostly). You can buy a knockoff from an unnamed competitor (starts with a t and ends in itan), but I'll guarantee that it won't hold up like the Rogue equipment (top notch, and Made in the USA). I can't recommend/praise this particular piece of equipment highly enough if you're a strength athlete with limited training space.
Date published: 2018-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome equipment I bought this Yoke about a month ago and can say it is a great piece of equipment and is of solid construction.
Date published: 2018-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Yoke Bought this a couple of months ago to replace my squat rack. Easy to assemble and very sturdy. Fit and finish is top notch--way better than the competition that I've seen. I'm glad to have the extra height with the Y2 so that running into the cross-member when squatting is not an issue. I'm very pleased with it, and it suits my needs well. It's not the best squat rack replacement in the world though. If you have a wide stance, you have to keep plates off the front of the yoke, or be prepared to walk way out with the weight. Plates off the front of the yoke, however, allows the front feet feet to slide when you re-rack. Also the cross-member can be difficult to move up and down. The uprights want to lean. Since the sleeves on the cross-member are pretty closely toleranced, which is good, because it provides good stability for the assembled yoke, the uprights don't have to lean far to stop the cross-member from being able to slide. So forget breaking this thing down frequently by yourself to save space between workouts.
Date published: 2018-08-15
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