RIPCONE v230% off
- SAME INNOVATIVE GRIP: The RipCone has always been designed to be grabbed during training, and the Grip itself forces players to drop their shoulders and learn basketball specific body positions
- SCREW TOP: The first cone with a top made for attachments like the RipCup and future builds
- HOLE IN TOP: The built in hole allows for Ripsticks to be placed within the Cone for added accountability
- AN EVEN WIDER BASE: Designed to be picked up and placed down for lower hips and control & a steady base for attachments
Explore the RipCone v2
Micah Lancaster invented the original RipCone in 2012, followed closely by the unreleased RipCone v2 in 2014, which featured the first ever screw top for a cone. In 2020, a hole was added to the RipCone v2 design and the next RipCone was officially released, becoming
the first cone designed for attachments, the RipCup, RipSticks, and future builds.
Same innovative grip
The RipCone was the first ever cone with built in grip and the same can be said
for the RipCone v2, designed to be grabbed and slid for athletic accountability.
Innovative Screw Top
The RipCone v2 was designed with an innovative screw top, allowing for attachments
and future builds. The built-in-hole also allows for RipSticks to be placed within the
cone for added accountability and training variety.
Even Wider Base
With a wide variety of innovative attachments, the RipCone v2 was designed
with an even wider base, for added stability and balance.
How to use the RipCone v2
While Micah Lancaster's Checklist Training System is the best way to learn how
to properly use our training tools, I'm Possible Training has always been devoted
to education. Below, you will find great examples of the RipCone v2 in action.