NEWS – There are several benefits to using a foam roller, like encouraging muscle recovery and boosting circulation and flexibility. However, traditional foam rollers are big, bulky and awkward to carry with you. The Morph collapsible foam roller gives you all the benefits of foam rolling with less bulk and more portability.
This sturdy fold-and-go foam roller designed by former NFL player Nate Lawrie folds flat for easy portability and storing. The roller is made of high-density foam and can handle up to 350 pounds.
Expanding the Morph is done by simultaneously pulling on the drawstring pullers until the end disks pop into place. Collapse it by pushing on the disks at each end and fold flat.
When collapsed the roller is only 2-inches in height. Making it small enough to fit easily inside of a gym bag, locker, or luggage. The roller expands to 5 and a half inches when opened.
You can choose from a traditional smooth surface or a deep tissue ridged surface in either sunset orange or midnight blue.
There are even workout cards included to help you get rolling. The Morph collapsible foam roller is available from The Grommet for $68.