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    Good, rugged, leakproof sandbags....?

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    Who makes a good quality sandbag? I heard that Ironwoody did, but cannot find any on their website....

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    I'm in the process of reviewing a sandbag from Brute Force Sandbags. So far I'm very impressed with it. You should check them out.

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    I've heard these are good... a little expensive but you buy them once.

    Ultimate Sandbag Training System by Henkin Fitness

    I personally made my own... double bagged contractor clean up bags in 25 pound increments and put into an army duffle bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurb999 View Post
    I've heard these are good... a little expensive but you buy them once.

    Ultimate Sandbag Training System by Henkin Fitness

    I personally made my own... double bagged contractor clean up bags in 25 pound increments and put into an army duffle bag.
    I have one of the Ultimate Sandbags, damn good bit of equipment.
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    I have a Brute Force Sandbag - a very good piece of kit. The strongman bag is loadable to about 80kg/175lbs and has a few handles for deadlifts, rows and the like. You can also just get a duffel bag if you're on a budget.

    It really depends what kind of exercises you want to be doing with it.

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