Torrent T2 Pro

Item No. 102162K
Train hard with the Torrent T2 Pro! The T2 was made with innovative product features, like a two-part stem and hook-and-loop tension lock that attaches the cover of the bag to the base, to give a more realistic feel when struck.       18" DIA (top)  24" DIA (base)   Approx. 250 lbs. when filled  
Out of stock Low stock In stock
excl. tax
This product cannot be ordered at the moment.
Assembly Video
Train hard with the Torrent T2 Pro! The T2 was made with innovative product features, like a two-part stem and hook-and-loop tension lock that attaches the cover of the bag to the base, to give a more realistic feel when struck.  
18" DIA (top)  24" DIA (base)  
Approx. 250 lbs. when filled  
67" Tall  

One-year warranty. Please see our "Terms and Conditions" page for additional information.
USA/Imported. Oversized shipping rates apply.

Height > 65 in.
Age Adult
Bag Type Freestanding
Bag Weight > 100lbs
Brand Century
Gender Unisex
Line Torrent
Martial Arts Style Multiple
Material Vinyl
Hazardous material False
Reviews (5)
  • Torrent T2 pro
    Love this bag! Bought to use while the gym was shut down for covid. Love the new design with key channel that locks the bag on the base. A big improvement over the wave master. No more pauses in my workoutouts to tighten the bag. Planned on selling when the gym opened but will be keeping.
  • love it
    awesome bag, actually same bag as fightcamp re-sells. I love that it has low profile stand. I filled it with water but it does move quite a bit on my rubber floor tiles. I will probably will it with sand later. Looks awesome. I am not a pro and got it for boxing/kickboxing HIIT. I did tons of research and this bag came on top and worth the price.
  • Love the bag
    I love this bag! It is very durable and easy to clean. I live in an apartment and plan to move soon, so I filled the base with water. I bought a retractable hose and connected it to the sink to fill it up without issue! It takes 10-15 minutes to fill up, but because I had the retractable hose, I didn't have to move the base once filled. When I use the bag (on carpet with the Floor Saver), the base moves around a bit (moves but stays in almost the same spot for punches, but I can't kick too hard because it'll move a couple inches otherwise). However, I believe this issue will be resolved as soon as I move into a permanent home and fill it with pea gravel. To move the bag, I find it easiest to hug, tilt to one side, and rotate as if it's a wheel.
  • Excellent Bag
    I’ve had the Torrent T2 for about a month now. I’m glad I decided to spend the extra money on it. I’ve owned several XXL bags over the last 12 years and was looking at buying the 2XL or another XXL. The Torrent turned out to be a great choice. What I like: 1. Great base design ... I can get in much closer for kicks and punches because of the narrow profile. 2. Very securely attached to the base. With the XXL, we had to constantly re-tighten the screw-in bag. We also broke one, because we forgot to adjust. The Torrent completely fixes this with a smart design. 3. Easier to move because of the better base. I was concerned that it would move more than the other Century bags (when we hit it hard with side kicks) because of the narrower base and higher center of gravity, but it works great - it’s equivalent to the XXL, maybe a little better. It’s pricey, but I’m glad I spent the extra to get it.
  • Excellent
    Not having the facilities available to hang a bag, I needed something that's free-standing. A bit of research pointed me to the Torrent T2 Pro. It came in last week, and it was a snap to set up. I really like the way it feels when I strike it. Compared to the other free-standing bags I've used (Wavemaster XXL, BOB XXL) I feel it has superior stability, as it moves around less, and feels like it's harder to knock over. Overall, I'm very pleased with the purchase!


Torrent, noun
tor·rent | \ˈtȯr-ənt \
A tumultuous outpouring; a rush.
The  naming process of our Torrent T2 Pro bag was…pretty straightforward.  Although you’ll usually see “torrent” used to refer to water elements: a  torrent of rain; a torrential flood. We had a different rush in mind,  though – the outpouring of strikes from participants in a group fitness  class!
Several factors went into making the Torrent T2 ideal for group fitness classes, like:
It’s big enough for two people to work on at once.
Sometimes,  your classes get more popular than planned: your clients bring friends,  their friends bring friends, and suddenly, you’ve double the population  of your kickboxing class! What a great problem to have – until you run  out of bags. You’re not going to turn people away at your doors, so what  do you do? Have people work in pairs on your Torrents!
Beach optional, but not required.
Have  each set of partners stand on opposite sides of the bag, and punch  away! It’s even large enough that they can both kick at the same time  (as long as their kicks are coming from opposite directions, and landing  at the same time, to prevent any overlap that could cause midair foot  collisions)!
Their base doesn’t come unlocked, no matter which way you roll it.
Some  bags screw into their base in a specific direction, either clockwise or  counterclockwise. If you try and tip your bag onto the rim of the base  and roll it by turning the bag, and you roll it in the opposite direction of how it screws into the base, it can come loose and have to be re-tightened before the user can continue striking.
Torrent,  on the other hand, features a unique, patent-pending lock system that  allows the bag to be rolled counter- or regular-clockwise without coming  loose! (This also means it’ll stay put if you’ve got heavy kickers  repeatedly striking one side – something else that can cause bags to  loosen).
The shape of the base itself is also streamlined.
If you see the light at the end of this forest tunnel, run.The diameter of the base isn't all that much more than the bag!
We know that every inch of space in your studio or gym is valuable! In that regard, freestanding bags are already way better than hanging bags. Hanging bags require holes drilled into the  ceiling or walls and hardware for installation – and then can’t be moved without requiring more drilling and hardware. Freestanding bags can be moved on or off the  mat, and are usually stored in a corner, storage area, or up against a  back wall. The determining factor for how many bags can be stored is the  size of the base.
I mean, imagine a bag with a 5’ diameter base. Not  only would it be difficult to move, but how many could you easily store  in a corner? Maybe two? Now, this example is strictly hyperbolic, but  it stands to reason that the more whittled down the base’s diameter, the  more efficiently you can store them. At a slender 24”, the diameter of  the Torrent bag is one of the best!
It has nifty accessories –
Like  the Torrent T2 Floor Saver! The Floor Saver zips on around the base of  the bag and has a grippy-textured underlayer to help reduce the chance  of scuffing your floors. It also helps to muffle noises made by the  plastic base hitting or rocking against your floor – because your  classes need to be able to hear A) your instructions, B) the pump-up  music they’re jamming out to, and C) definitely not the thud-thud-thud of a base bouncing around.
Whether you’re looking to spruce up your existing program with new bags, or start a popular boxing or kickboxing class for the first time, you definitely owe it to yourself and your clients to look into the Torrent! They’ll have a blast getting toned, burning fat and building muscle while kicking butt bag!