fitness company onnit has released a series of star wars-themed fitness equipment including dark black iron kettlebells, weighted slam balls and a han solo-themed yoga mat. the chip-resistant iron kettlebell is available in three characters; a 50 lbs boba fett bounty hunter, a 60 lbs imperial stormtrooper, and a 70 lbs darth vader. each kettlebell is built to withstand the punishing workouts elite athletes and fitness professionals put them through every day.


a bounty hunter, a stormtrooper, and the dark lord of the sith have been meticulously sculpted and cast in dark black iron

 

 

onnit‘s star wars slam ball is a weighted fitness ball which can be used in a variety of exercises aimed at increasing explosive power and speed. at 10” diameter, and weighing in at 20 lbs, the surface details the trenches and ridges on the slam ball provide additional grip to help maintain control off the ball during intense workouts.


the death star slam ball is made of incredibly strong and dense polyurethane rubber

 

 

this iconic image of everyone’s favorite scoundrel has been printed using a special process that allows for high-resolution imagery without compromising the integrity of the mat’s grip. constructed of high quality polyurethane rubber, this reversible, non-slip mat absorbs moisture, holds grip supremely, and at 5mm thick, has just the right amount of cushion. this moisture wicking, non-slip mat measures 650 mm wide and 1800 mm long, with a thickness of 5 mm.


this reversible, non-slip mat absorbs moisture, holds grip supremely, and at 5mm thick, has just the right amount of cushion


details of the yoga mat


the 70 lbs darth vader kettlebell


the 60 lbs imperial stormtrooper


the surface details the trenches and ridges on the slam ball provide additional grip to help maintain control off the ball during intense workouts

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