GET THE RIGHT SIZE
Up to 4′ 10″ (up to 149cm)
XXS (7′ 6″ cord; 229cm)
4′ 11″ to 5′ 2″ (150cm-159cm)
XS (8′ cord; 244cm)
5′ 3″ to 5′ 6″ (160cm-169cm)
SMALL (8′ 6″ cord; 259cm)
5′ 7″ to 5′ 10″ (170cm-179cm)
MEDIUM (9′ cord; 274cm)
5′ 11″ to 6′ 1″ (180-186cm)
LARGE (9′ 6″ cord; 290cm)
6′ 2″ to 6′ 4″ (187-193cm)
XL (10′ cord; 305cm)
In between? Get the LARGER size
Taller than 6′ 4″?
Email us and we’ll hook you up.
• Rated 5 stars by ACE
• Snap lock system for a custom fit
• 5mm PVC cord
• 5″ free-spinning handles
• Weighs approximately 4 ounces
THIS JUMP ROPE HAS HEART
We donate $1 from the sale of each jump rope to Rock Steady Boxing, a nonprofit organization, which gives people with Parkinson’s disease hope by improving their quality of life through a non-contact boxing-based fitness curriculum. Research has shown that forced, intense exercise can reduce, reverse, and delay Parkinson’s symptoms. Rock Steady Boxing empowers people with Parkinson’s to fight back.
GET A WRIST TRAINER
This simple yet powerful tool will help you improve your wrist mobility and endurance along with your turning mechanics and speed. Only $6.99. Get one here!
GET THE JUMP ROPE MANUAL
This E-book (PDF) is chock full of great instruction, photos, and videos and is sure to elevate your hopping to new heights. Grab one here.
If you’re not satisfied with your rope, return it within 30 days for a full refund.
SHIPPING WITHIN THE US
We ship via the US Postal Service.
Orders of $40 or less: $4 shipping charge
Orders over $40: $8 shipping charge
Email Tim at email@example.com and let him know the quantity, size, and color of the jump ropes you’d like. Also include your full shipping address and phone number. Tim will send you a quote for the total cost. If you’re okay with the quote we’ll email you a PayPal request. We also accept Venmo. Once payment is received we’ll ship your items. Sorry for the hassle but this system allows us to give you the best possible deal on shipping.
Rocksteady originated in Jamaica around 1966 and dominated the music scene there for roughly two years. A successor of ska and precursor to reggae, the term rocksteady comes from a popular dance style mentioned in the Alton Ellis song ‘Rocksteady’ that matched the new sound. Rocksteady was built around the “one drop” drum beat, characterized by a heavy accent on the third beat of every bar.