Note, due to some quality issues, we are putting sales of the Buffalo bar on hold. We are working to setup with a new manufacturer in Europe that should be able to supply us a higher quality bar. Any orders placed now will not ship until the new bars come in, probably mid July.
So you’ve been in the gym squatting and benching like there is no tomorrow. Hitting all the PR’s. But all that huge weight you’ve been slinging around is beating up your shoulders.
Enter the Buffalo Bar. This is not just some super bent bar. The Buffalo Bar is strategically designed to alleviate stress from your shoulders while squatting, benching. A huge benefit of a cambered bar is that it is still very similar to a regular movement with a stiff bar, you even grip the bar like a proper squat but with significantly less pressure on your shoulder joints. Unlike a Safety Squat Bar, the Buffalo Bar can be used for upper body movements too!
The Buffalo Bar has many benefits to any athlete, and if you already suffer from shoulder pain or just want to help prevent it, the Buffalo Bar is a must!
I own a strength gym. So we have a lot of big lifters, and the quality of this bar is top notch. The quality is on point with Rogue. And in really like the bare steel. I would recommend to anyone.
I ordered the buffalo bar version 1 after they went on sale last fall. Took about a week for delivery. First impression the bar is much beeefier than I expected. Weights 55lb and is just over 7 feet long. I've always wanted a buffalo bar but knew that I would never purchase the similar Kabuki Duffalo bar, which would cost nearly $700 to be shipped to Canada.
This bar instantly became my favourite bar to squat with. Takes stress off my shoulders and can easily squat with a wider arm stance. I have also benched with this bar a few times and its defiitely a different feeling but reallly hitd the triceps too.
There have been improvements with the 2.0 version as described above. But for the price I got this bar and shipping I would still give this bar 5 stars.
Good job Mike.