Fitness Gear Review: Morph Collapsible Foam Roller

At just 1.5 pounds, the roller is incredibly lightweight, and it's said to be able to handle even a 350-pounder. The Morph has an industry standard 5.5-inch diameter and is built with environmentally friendly bamboo, recycled foam and aluminum.

A foam roller.

Kickstarter

The inventor of the Morph, former NFL player Nate Lawrie, created a Kickstarter campaign to fund mass production of the product. The fundraising has finished, and more than $65,000 was pledged.

The product can now be preordered on the company's website. The cost for a single roller is $68, and you can also order removable and washable skins ($10 each) and a conversion kit ($28), which allows you to combine two rollers into one 30-inch roller.

The price may be a bit steep, but when you consider the benefits of being able to bring your roller with you when you travel, the cost is worth it.

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Hunter Hewitt

Hunter Hewitt is the fitness editor for Active.com. As a former collegiate athlete, Hunter has always been passionate about living an active, healthy lifestyle. He enjoys weightlifting, basketball, ultimate frisbee and many other outdoor sports and activities. Follow Hunter on Twitter @HunterHewitt
Hunter Hewitt is the fitness editor for Active.com. As a former collegiate athlete, Hunter has always been passionate about living an active, healthy lifestyle. He enjoys weightlifting, basketball, ultimate frisbee and many other outdoor sports and activities. Follow Hunter on Twitter @HunterHewitt

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