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Sport Bumper Plate Sets
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 160lb
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 160lb
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 190lb
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 230lb
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 250lb
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 260lb
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 270lb
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 300lb
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 340lb A
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 340lb B
Sport Bumper Plate Sets - 370lb
  • Full set of Sport Bumper Plate Pairs: 10, 15, 25, 35, 45, and 55lb pairs.
  • View of the back of a REP squat rack with a 55lb sport bumper plate on the weight peg and a 35lb sport bumper plate next to it.
  • Close-up view of the green
  • A REP squat rack with REP Iso Arms attached and loaded with a pair of 25 and 45lb sport bumper plates, and 10, 15, 35, and 55lb sport bumper plate pairs shown on the ground around the rack.
  • Close-up view of a 25lb sport bumper plate showing the green
  • Graphic showing a full set of Sport Bumper Plate pairs and their associated weights and colors: gray 10, orange 15, green 25, yellow 35, blue 45, and red 55lb pairs.
  • Close-up view of half of a 45lb sport bumper plate.



  • Should I get bumper plates or iron plates?

    Bumper plates are manufactured to withstand drops onto the floor, which is desirable for Olympic weightlifting (snatch, clean and jerk, hang cleans), where you often drop the plates onto the ground. Iron plates are better for lifts that do not involve the weights hitting the ground (such as bench press, squats, and curls), because they can cause damage to the floor, the barbell, and to the plates themselves.

  • Do I need to do anything when I first receive the bumper plates?

    When bumper plates arrive, unpack, and let them air out for a few days to allow any odor, however faint, to air out.

  • What can I do to extend the life span of my bumper plates?

    To extend their life span, try to drop plates as close to straight down as possible. If your bar collars get loose during a workout, try to retighten them so your plates always land straight up and down. This will lessen the sideways force on the bumper plate insert. Also, flooring with some type of give (like heavy-duty rubber mats or a weightlifting platform) will help absorb some of the impact from dropping the plates.

  • Can I load bumper and iron plates on the same bar?

    We do not recommend this, because iron and bumper plates can have slightly different diameters, meaning all the force from dropping the weights goes into the larger plate, causing those plates and your barbell to wear more quickly. It is best to keep all plates on your bar of the same type.

  • Do REP Sport Bumper Plates have a warranty?

    Yes, the 10 and 15lb plates come with a 6-month warranty for both home and commercial use. The 25, 35, 45, and 55lb plates come with a 3-year warranty for home use and a 1-year warranty for commercial use.

    Please note: The warranty is void if the bumper plates are mixed with Hi-Temp plates. Hi-Temps have a smaller diameter than regular plates, which means a bar loaded with a mix of REP's bumper plates and Hi-Temps will result in the bumper plates taking all the load, causing them to degrade faster.