Fitness hula hoops are great for exercise, yoga practices, and slow jams. The slightly heavier weight (1-2 lbs) and larger diameters also make them easier for beginners or experienced hoopers learning angles and second current.
In this sale category we have also included some children’s hoops. These hoops are labeled in the photos with “KIDS” as the first part of the code. These are great hoops for kids because they are very difficult to break, but it is best to have them use it in the grass and not next to any fancy furniture or appliances. Also know that using taped hula hoops on pavement, rocks, or other rough surfaces can damage tape and scratch the hoop.
These hoops are placed on sale because they don’t fit our requirements to be sold as a new hoop on our site. Being customer returns or practice hoops from new employees, they might have a scratch, the tape might be scuffed or unevenly spaced, it might not make a perfect circle, or the connection might not be a tight line. Some are actually in perfect condition, but made with colors that we didn’t choose to feature on the website. Regardless of their imperfections, every hoop works great as a hula hoop. We tried them just to make sure!
Once a sale hula hoop has been purchased, it is gone. If it shows up as Out of Stock, that means someone beat you to it!
Here is how to read the codes on each hoop photo:
- The initial letters help us identify the hoop by color when you place the order
- The LAST two numbers refers to the hula hoop size measured to the outer diameter (ie: 41 = 41” diameter hula hoop)
- The letter “W” at the end of a code means that it is made with a heavier tubing and will feel “weighted”
- If there are more than two number listed, the hoop was supposed to be a “2 in 1” but only works as the larger size. The hoop size for this hoop is also the last two of the numbers
If you are a beginner, larger diameters make it easier to learn.