Renegade Flat Juggling Ring 32 cm
The Renegade Flat Ring is a solid plastic ring (not hollow) with a 32 cm (12.75 inch) diameter. It is the best size for solo numbers juggling with 5 or more rings. The thin width (1/8th inch) and light weight (100 grams) reduces the chance of edge collisions at the top of the juggling pattern and allows you to hold up to 4 rings in one hand.
The weight, thickness, and stiffness make these flat rings perfectly suited for numbers juggling. In order for a ring to work well, it must be stiff enough not to flex when it is thrown, yet not too stiff when you catch it. This very subtle balance between stiffness and flex has been perfectly achieved in the Renegade Flat Ring. This ring has slightly greater flex than a stiffer Babache ring. For teaching juggling or passing, opt for a Renegade hollow ring instead of a flat ring as the hollow rings are a superior choice for beginners.
For more help selecting the best juggling ring for you, check out our “Juggling Guide and Tips" section listed in the bottom footer of our website.
diameter 12.75" (32.5cm) ID 10.0" (25.4cm)
thickness 0.15" (3.8mm)
weight 3.6 ounce (100 grams)
by Ridley M. on 10/17/19
The rings work great but I would prefer if they were not shipped individually packaged.
by marco B. on 02/29/20
by Matthew Love on 04/30/20
Great rings, wonderful colors.
by J. Hennessy on 05/08/20
by L. Perks on 06/30/20
Great rings for numbers just received three sets,Very high quality
by David E. on 04/26/21
by Wallace T. on 05/04/21
Perfect for someone just starting out with rings, nice smooth edges inside and out. On top of this, Renegade is always super fast with the shipping!
by Michael DeMent on 02/27/22
These flat rings feel comfortable in the hands and fly straight. Not too light weight. Just heavy enough to feel good when tossed. Overall great price for quality material.
by N. Moran on 06/10/22
Just the right amount of flexibility for a juggling ring. Very durable. Colors are nice and vibrant. These rings are pretty lightweight which makes them easier on the hands and great for numbers juggling the trade off is that they are VERY susceptible to air currents. They're not for outdoor juggling except on very still air days!
by J. purcell on 07/01/22