Rogue RM-390F Review | Flat Foot Monster Rack 2.0 (No Bolt-Down) by

Rogue Fitness

Product Name Rogue RM-390F Flat Foot Monster Rack 2.0
Product Brand Rogue Fitness (Privately Held Company) — Founded by Bill Henniger (Ohio, USA)
Business Contacts 545 E 5th Ave, Columbus, OH 43201 • Customer Service: (614) 358-6190 • Email: team @
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Type of Product Strength & Conditioning Equipment // Portable Monster Rack
Cost of Product Pricing starts at $1,211. Any Special Promotions Will Be Listed On Their WEBSITE
Product Dimensions Length 54″ x Width 50″ x Height 93″ — Weight 335lbs

Rogue RM-390F Colors

Product Construction 3 x 3″ 11-gauge steel with 1″ numbered holes on the uprights
Available J-Cups (2) Standard Monster — Sandwich Monster
Safety Supports (2) Pin/Pipe Safety System — Safety Straps
Side Notes Due to the fact that this isn’t a bolt-down rack, you will have some issues. The rack WILL slide/tilt on you, mostly on re-rack of heavy weight. There have been a few instances where I’ve dumped the weight and it has moved. Nothing overly dangerous, but annoying all the same. Olympic ring work (which I do a lot of) needs to be done carefully and facing inward to the rack. Same with the dip attachment. And forget about using heavy bands.

A few things to note: This is not a “build” issue, it’s simply a side effect of having a free standing piece of equipment. Carefully re-racking weight will not produce this (although on PRs and high rep work, sometimes you need to just dump the weight). Adding weight storage would probably help tremendously, but you don’t have a ton of clearance in the rack for that so I imagine you’d run into trouble on low benches, rack pulls, maybe deep squats if you had weights hanging off of it.

If you absolutely need a rack you can move, that isn’t bolted to the floor, this is probably your best choice for the money. Actually for the price I haven’t seen a better free-standing rack, I’m sure the movement is a side-effect of the rack being free-standing, not the Rogue build.

Unless you don’t lift very heavy weights or live in a rental house, apartment, condo etc.. were bolting down is not possible, get something like the RM-4 Monster Rack. The RM-4 (bolted-down rack) offers more features, attachments, and stability under heavier load for about the same price.

Rogue RM-390F Flat Foot Monster Rack 2.0

Starts at $1,211



Ease of Assembly


Consumer Feedback


List of Features


Value for the money



  • Rock Solid Construction
  • Convenience. Doesn't Need to be Bolted Down
  • Great Choice for Property Renters
  • Ideal for 500 lbs and under Lifters
  • Landmine Attachment


  • The J-Cups don't seat the bar comfortably in the front
  • Need to be gentle when re-racking