Made In America

We spent months looking for a local manufacturer for our barbell plates. High quality, accuracy, and American manufacturing were our goals. We found a group of craftsmen who have been casting iron for over 60 years.

Designed To Last

We wanted USA plates that would stand up to daily use we see in our gyms — built to last a lifetime. Our plates are raw iron that are e-coated to prevent corrosion.  Cast and then machined, our plates are tested of within 2% weight tolerances.

Shipping In September

Our prototypes have been poured and we are now in production. We anticipate that we will be shipping out plates from our California warehouse by September. Pre-order today. God Bless America.

In the last few months we have purchased a lot of equipment for our gym members and people in our community that suddenly did not have a place to train.

We were tired of spending so much money on cheaply made foreign plates — so we decided to bring back the manufacturing of iron plates back home… to the United States of America.

As professional barbell coaches and gym owners we wanted to make our plates durable, accurate, affordable and locally made.

We hope that you enjoy using them in your gyms and homes in the years to come.

Plates – Diameter

2.5 LB – 6.5″

5 LB – 8″

10 LB – 9.13″

25 LB – 11.75″

45 LB – 17.72″

*Accuracy for plate weights are within 3% for 2.5lb, 5lb, 10lb and within 2% for 25lb and 45lb.

Preorder Plates By Weight

Preorder Details

  • Currently In Production
  • Ships in September 2020
  • Orders sent via UPS or FedEx Ground
  • Preorder Pricing:
    • 45 Lbs – $195 per pair
    • 25 Lbs –  $125 per pair
    • 10 Lbs – $65 per pair
    • 5 Lbs – $45 per pair
    • 2.5 – $35 per pair




How long will it take to get my plates?

We will email you as soon as plates start shipping out of our Southern California warehouses. Once handed over to UPS, shipping takes approximately 4-7 business days to arrive.

You will get an email with tracking information when we ship so you will know exactly when to expect delivery.

Why is shipping so expensive?

Unfortunately, shipping hundreds of pounds of cast iron plates is costly. As our negotiated shipping rates improve, we will pass those savings along to our customers. We appreciate your understanding (we really want shipping to be cheaper too).

If you are local and able to pick up, we offer that as a “delivery” option out of our warehouse in Santa Ana, CA.

Do you offer any discounts?

We are trying to provide the best possible rates for each and every customer that shops with us and do not offer individual discounts.

We think that the quality of our American made products will feel like a bargain after you give them a try.