Brazyn Life

On A Roll

Brazyn Life founder and former NFL football player Nate Lawrie came up with the idea for a collapsible foam roller when he was recovering from a spinal injury. He appreciated the benefits of using a roller during physical therapy, but didn’t like the bulk or inconvenience of taking one with him. Nate created Morph to help bring the benefits of foam rolling—like encouraging muscle recovery and boosting circulation and flexibility—with you, wherever you go. The roller is made with sturdy, high-density foam and it can handle up to 350 pounds. All done rolling out? Pop the support discs in and fold it flat to fit in a backpack or gym bag, or to store more easily at home.

Brazyn Life

Collapsible Foam Roller

On A Roll

Brazyn Life founder and former NFL football player Nate Lawrie came up with the idea for a collapsible foam roller when he was recovering from a spinal injury. He appreciated the benefits of using a roller during physical therapy, but didn’t like the bulk or inconvenience of taking one with him. Nate created Morph to help bring the benefits of foam rolling—like encouraging muscle recovery and boosting circulation and flexibility—with you, wherever you go. The roller is made with sturdy, high-density foam and it can handle up to 350 pounds. All done rolling out? Pop the support discs in and fold it flat to fit in a backpack or gym bag, or to store more easily at home.
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Quick Questions

What is the difference between the ridged and smooth Morph foam rollers?

The Morph Ridged Surface is the suggested option for foam-roller veterans and first-time foam roller users who prefer a deep massage and need more pressure on chronic trigger points. It features Brazyn's patented "nub" shape, designed to penetrate deeper into muscles to relieve muscle knots.

The Morph Smooth offers a smoother rolling surface for a more traditional foam-rolling feel. Its multi-level foam surface still helps to isolate knots in the muscles, but it's less intense than the Ridged Morph.

How much weight can The Morph support?

The Morph can hold up to 350 pounds. Make sure the support disks are fully upright before use.

What are the dimensions? How flat can it really get?

The Morph is 14.5” x 5.5” diameter, when collapsed it measures 14.5” x 6.75” x 2.1”.

How hard is the foam?

The Morph's foam density is not too hard and not too soft. It’s perfect for the first-time foam roller user and the foam-rolling veteran alike.

I'm allergic to latex. Which Brazyn Life products should I avoid?

All Brazyn Life products are latex-free and are safe for use by latex-sensitive individuals.

Learn more about the product

Morph Collapsible Foam Roller see details

Brazyn Life

Collapsible Foam Roller

On A Roll

Brazyn Life founder and former NFL football player Nate Lawrie came up with the idea for a collapsible foam roller when he was recovering from a spinal injury. He appreciated the benefits of using a roller during physical therapy, but didn’t like the bulk or inconvenience of taking one with him.

Nate created Morph to help bring
the benefits of foam rolling—like encouraging muscle recovery and boosting circulation and flexibility—with you, wherever you go. The roller is made with sturdy, high-density foam and it can handle up to 350 pounds. All done rolling out? Pop the support discs in and fold it flat to fit in a backpack or gym bag, or to store more easily at home. Read More Read Less
 

Quick Questions

What is the difference between the ridged and smooth Morph foam rollers?

The Morph Ridged Surface is the suggested option for foam-roller veterans and first-time foam roller users who prefer a deep massage and need more pressure on chronic trigger points. It features Brazyn's patented "nub" shape, designed to penetrate deeper into muscles to relieve muscle knots.

The Morph Smooth offers a smoother rolling surface for a more traditional foam-rolling feel. Its multi-level foam surface still helps to isolate knots in the muscles, but it's less intense than the Ridged Morph.

How much weight can The Morph support?

The Morph can hold up to 350 pounds. Make sure the support disks are fully upright before use.

What are the dimensions? How flat can it really get?

The Morph is 14.5” x 5.5” diameter, when collapsed it measures 14.5” x 6.75” x 2.1”.

How hard is the foam?

The Morph's foam density is not too hard and not too soft. It’s perfect for the first-time foam roller user and the foam-rolling veteran alike.

I'm allergic to latex. Which Brazyn Life products should I avoid?

All Brazyn Life products are latex-free and are safe for use by latex-sensitive individuals.

Learn more about the product

Morph Collapsible Foam Roller see details