Steel Mace Suppliers List for your convenience

Posted on 4/25/2018

Article By | Victoria Islas

Certified Steel Mace Coach / Personal Trainer

**UPDATED 5/18/2018

***UPDATED 6/19/2018

One of the questions circulating is “Where can i buy a steel mace?” I wanted to create a list of Steel Mace suppliers for you! I knew that this would save you the hassle of searching through endless pages on google or seeking advice through forums. One day when I have more cash in my pocket I will write reviews for the Steel Maces mentioned within this article but for now let’s get to the that list!

 

Adex Clubs and Maces

Adex is pretty fucking cool. Why? Because the maces and clubs they sell are totally adjustable! They are a little pricier but worth a shot if you are looking for a steel mace that can easily adjust to different weight. From reading there website their famous ADEX ARC mace starts at 6lbs and can be adjusted up to 28lbs.  On another note this mace also has a different shape than traditional maces which I assume will give you a slightly different feel in your Steel Mace workout.

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Onnit

Onnit is one of the most known companies selling steel maces, although they don’t just stop there. They sell clubs, ropes, kettlebells and all other forms of unconventional fitness equipment.   Onnit will have your standard steel mace which I highly recommend. My steel maces are Onnit, but I don’t call them my “favorite” because I am pretty much open to try all sorts of maces to train with. On another note, Onnit has a gym and certifications you can get if you are a personal trainer or crossfit coach wanting to lean towards steel mace.

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Set for Set

Set for Set is right up there with the last two companies. I am totally reppin Set for Set because they are from Arizona, where I am from!  Anyways, they have high quality steel maces the handles are much thinner than the Onnit Steel Maces. So I highly recommend Set for Set if you are looking for the handle girth to be thinner. It’s a preference thing. They also have Steel Mace Workshops from time to time so make sure you check out their website to stay updated.

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Stronger Grip LLC

Stronger Grip is a great place to get some pretty unique and unconventional training tools. They have loadable maces, short maces, clubs, hammers,and all sorts of grip strengthening systems. Def. one of my favorites!

Visit Stronger Grip  

Evil Munky Enterprises 

Evil Munky sells “power maces” and what makes them special is that they are completely custom loadable maces. If you haven’t already go watch Mr.Mace Man swing one of these and you will see what I mean. The mace heads are huge and the handles are long. They look a lot like to the traditonal gadas they use in India. So if you wanna go waaaay traditional, use this power mace!

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Titan Fitness

Titan fitness sells all sorts of unconventional equipment for dirty cheap. I own a couple of their Kettlebells! But recently they released an awesome fillable mace. Yes! Fillable. Fill that baby up with Sand and you got yourself a heavy ass mace to work with. They also have an awesome Thor Hammer that I must get my hands on.

Visit Titan Fitness   

 

Immortal Combat Equipment

All right, so this was added to the list of maces. I want to try to add as many different styles of maces through here. I got introduced to this piece of awesomeness through NewBreed Fitness / Daniel Ramsay. I saw them using this thing like a mace and thought it was too awesome to not share with you guys! What makes this “hammer mace” unique is it’s head. It’s not round as usual and obviously is cause it was meant to be used in a hammer fashion but it works great for mace metabolic conditioning programs. This thing will kick your a**. As a bonus this company was founded by UFC fighter Matt Brown.

Visit ICE  

 

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3 Comments

  1. Zack Yanyk

    Agatsu is who I order all my mace’s through. Standardized haft so as you move up in weight you don’t have to adjust to a new length or thickness. Similar to competition kettlebells on that front. Generally a cheaper option for those of us in Canada as well!

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    • Justin Burns

      Agatsu is where I get all my maces from as well! from 4kg or 8.8lbs all the way up to 25kg or 55lbs.

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    • Victoria Islas

      I am going to have to add AGUTSU to this list along with a few others.

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