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Versys VS.3
Versys VS.3

Versys VS.3

The Versys VS.3 gives the martial arts athlete the most realistic training experience outside of live sparring, whether training alone or working out with a group. Recommended for traditional martial arts, group training, and self-defense, the VS.3 is a three-legged, oversized fight simulator that allows for any number of techniques, including inside leg and groin kicks. Use with or without gloves, for kids and adults alike.
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Item Number: 10186K


  • 18" Diameter x 69" Tall
  • Approx. 100 lbs.

Benefits and Features

  • Made of durable vinyl, with top handles for practicing clinch work and knee strikes, and a removable pad for groin kicks
  • Designed to realistically simulate a wide range of kicks, such as inside and outside leg kicks, side-kicks, spinning back and heel kicks, and groin strikes
  • The large, three-leg design allows for individual and group training at all levels
  • Ideal for multi-discipline combat training, including self-defense, boxing, martial arts, Muay Thai, kickboxing, and MMA
  • 60% lighter than most weighted free standing bags, with pre-filled base, moving easiliy on and off the training area

Additional Information

  • USA/Imported
  • Some assembly required
  • Oversized shipping may apply
  • One-year replacement warranty on all Versys Fight Simulators. For details, visit www.CenturyMartialArts.com/warranty
  • Warning: This product is sold for use in high risk activities. Before using this product, read all information.
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Great while it lasted

Skill Level : AdvancedBeginner

This bag lasted a year and a half. The zipper has broken therefore, the top of it flops so it really cannot be used effectively any longer. Because it was more "top-heavy" it would topple over if kicked too hard, but we did find other uses for it. It is a very versatile bag. I am not sure why the zipper would break as we never zipped or unzipped once it was put together.

Good idea, but easily knocked over

Skill Level : AdvancedBeginner

I love the idea and the thought of finally being able to do groin kicks on a bag correctly. Legs kicks work great too. But any above wait kicks have a high likelihood of knocking the bag over. The tripod design makes it easy for the bag to fall when tipped over from the top. Zipper seam has already broken on one of the bags we purchases. Zipper design was a bad Idea.