Fitness Bands
Fitness Bands

Fitness Bands

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Fitness Bands 

No home gym is complete without a set of resistance bands. Ours come in four different strengths along with a handy storage bag.

Ideal for building strength and aiding with rehabilitation they take up next to no space, which means you can take a set on your next tour or holiday. 

Use these in conjunction with our jump rope and fitness bag for an all round, minimalistic but functional fitness experience.

100% Natural Latex - Multi layered rubber

Red Band (10-35 LBs total resistance)
Size: 208cm x 1.2cm x 0.45Cm

Black Band (20-60 LBs stotal resistance)
Size: 208cm x 2.2cm x 0.45cm

Purple Band (35-85 LBs total resistance)
Size: 208xcm x 3.2cm x 0.45cm

Green Band (55-125 LBs total resistance)

Size: 208cm x 4.4cm x 0.45cm


Important Information-

By purchasing and using our products, you agree and understand the below:

This product is NOT designed to prevent injury and improper use could result in serious injury. This product has been designed for optimum performance and maximum durability when used properly. Carefully inspect all fitness equipment and products before use for broken or damaged parts. Exercise products of any kind present a risk to the user, serious or fatal injury can occur so make sure you warm up and down appropriately . If you have any existing injuries, then consult a specialist prior to use. Conflict & Carnage Ltd products are designed for adult use only. This product is NOT a toy.

By purchasing and using our products, you agree that Conflict & Carnage Ltd are not liable for any injury or damage caused whilst using our products to either the user, the user's property or to any third party person or third party property whether the products are defective or not.

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