It looks like another ruck weight manufacturer has entered the market! Yes4All has released 10 lb, 20 lb, 30 lb, and 45 lb ruck weights which they’re selling through Amazon. Do the weight numbers sound familiar? They’re the same numbers that both GORUCK and Titan Fitness offer.
The weights appear to be a similar size to both the GORUCK 10 lb, 20 lb (For GR1), 30 lb (For GR1), and 45 lb ruck plates. In addition they seem to align fairly similar to the sizes Titan Fitness is offering up. The dimensions are slightly different but not by much. I’m actually a little shocked they didn’t copy the 20 lb (For Rucker) and 30 lb (For Rucker) sizes as those have been requested quite a bit.
One tip it appears Yes4All did listen to was how they put their logo and lettering on the plate. Unlike Titan Fitness which chose to raise the lettering Yes4All carved the lettering into the ruck. Although I haven’t had any issues with the Titan Fitness lettering engraving it might be a little more abrasive than what GORUCK and Yes4All do.
Yes4All 10 lb Ruck Weight
The 10 lb ruck weight from Yes4All features the Yes4All logo carved into the front of it.
The back features the numbers 10 to let you know that this things weighs 10 pounds. You can currently buy the 10 lb ruck weight on Amazon for
$24.95 $26.95 shipped.
Yes4All 20 lb Ruck Weight
The 20 lb ruck weight from Yes4All is tall and skinny like the one Titan Fitness makes and the “For GR1” version from GORUCK. The tall and skinny combo is fine for a GORUCK Bullet but doesn’t fit in the ruck plate pouch on the Rucker.
The other side of the 20 lb ruck weight features the number 20 because this thing weighs 20 lbs. You can currently buy the 20 lb ruck weight on Amazon for
Yes4All 30 lb Ruck Weight
The 30 lb ruck weight from Yes4All is tall and thin like the one Titan Fitness makes and the “For GR1” version from GORUCK. The tall and thin combo is fine for a GORUCK GR1 but doesn’t fit in the ruck plate pouch on the Rucker.
The other side of the 30 lb ruck weight features the number 30 because this thing weighs 30 lbs. You can currently buy the 30 lb ruck weight on Amazon for $
Yes4All 45 lb Ruck Weight
The 45 lb ruck weight (like the rest) features that front logo carved into the plate. The size of this is nearly identical to the plates both Titan Fitness and GORUCK have released in this weight.
The First Release
Yes4All actually released this last week but had to pull them from Amazon. They called them Ruck Plates instead of Ruck Weights which was pretty funny. GORUCK has the trademark on Ruck Plate so that’s a definite no-go.
Between that blunder and not offering the 20 lb / 30 lb weights that fit in the Rucker you almost have to wonder how much market research Yes4All actually did. Titan Fitness ran into the trademark blunder as well so I thought future companies would have learned.
Either way one thing is for sure the engraved lettering appears to be a step up from Titan Fitness so maybe they are paying attention.
Why So Cheap?
Why are these ruck weights so cheap when compared to the ones GORUCK makes? Just like Titan Fitness these weights are all made in China. GORUCK produces theirs in the USA and those labor costs definitely show in the end product. For what it’s worth the GORUCK weights are better produced than the Titan Fitness. I don’t have the Yes4All on hand so I can’t comment there but, based on the pictures, GORUCK wins in quality.
Price Increase Already?
These things have been out for less than a week and it looks like their price has already been increased. It’s very possible these companies are coming in low to bring in sales/reviews and then planning on increasing the price later. Pricing low (on Amazon) until enough reviews come in then increasing the price is common practice on Amazon so we’ll see if that’s happening here.
I really want to buy these weights and run some comparisons between them and the GORUCK and Titan Fitness ruck weights. Sitting in my garage is roughly 275 lbs of ruck weights so I’m not sure I need to add an additional 105 lbs to the mix. We’ll see.
Will you be picking one (or more) of these Yes4All ruck weights up? Let me know why or why not in the comments!