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IronMind De Rigueur Dipping Belt

4.3 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

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  • top-rated, top-performing belt for weighted dips and chins
  • sharp looking, comfortable, durable and adjustable-one size fits nearly everyone
  • features IronMind Wicked-StrongTM construction and handles half-ton (1,000 pounds) loads with ease
  • can also use for basic pulling and dragging
  • made in the USA by IronMind, the industry leader since 1988
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Product Description

Skip leather and chains along with inferior materials and assembly techniques when it comes to belts for weighted chins and dips-see what happens when you combine a breakthrough design with bulletproof materials and IronMind's signature Wicked-StrongTM construction, proven year after year at the World's Strongest Man contest. Handle the heaviest weights safely and with confidence-use with or without a loading pin and carabiner.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005O1LDZG
  • Item model number: 1310
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,041 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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To date, I have had two dip belts prior to Ironmind's own. Both the "supposed" heavy duty leather dip belts broke on me; they never held passed 135 lbs. I have loaded up to 200 lbs on the De Rigueur Dipping Belt and there had been no signs of give. It's also very easy on the hips and lower back and possess a compact design, unlike the hardness and stiffness of a leather dip belt. Now some of you may wonder why you should dish out $60 for a name brand dip belt, compared to $30-40 for a generic dip belt, when "you don't plan on getting that big" or that "you won' get that strong" or "you're only a casual". Honestly, who knows what kind of strength lies within you? Don't let your dip belt hold you back from your true potential! :)
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I've used dip belts from several other brands and they have always been uncomfortable and poorly made. Several have broken with less than fifty pounds on them which is ridiculous and extremely dangerous. In the past I have tried just using a chain with a clip, leather belts, nylon belts, a dog leash, pretty much anything that seemed like it would hold up and nothing did(well the chain did but having the links dig into my skin was not something I care to repeat). I spent roughly 2 months looking at reviews, going over products, determined to find something that would be safe, well built, and last a long time. The best choice out there is this belt from Ironmind, and the first time you use it you understand why.

I've had up to 200 pounds on this belt so far(for calf raises) and it felt just as stable as it did with one 45 pound plate. I love the fact that you can use a loading plate and carabiner if you choose and this works extremely well for dips, pullups, and as I mentioned before calf raises. The Kevlar weave has a natural flexibility to it so there are no hard edges and it will conform somewhat to your hips. My waist is considerably smaller than most(approximately 30") and I have had issues in the past with belts that were too stiff not wanting to grip but with the draw loop style that isn't an issue. I actually felt comfortable enough to go up in weight considerably on both my dips and weighted pulls which is something that had been lacking for some time and there was no pinch or chafe from this belt, just a great piece of equipment.

Overall I am a bit of a penny pincher so for me to throw down this much on a dip belt and leave a positive review it has to be pretty amazing and this is.
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I wanted something that could hold 100+ pounds. This belt had the best reviews around the net. Fits comfortably, and is easy to slide the weights onto the blue strap. Folds up easily and is very lightweight. I could see it being good for traveling. If you're wondering how the weight plates stay on, having the belt around your hips plus the gravity applied by the weight on the blue strap, which is double-buckled, keeps the belt on.
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By Jason on October 24, 2011
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I actually spent several days investigating which Dipping belt to get, after reading consistent great reviews and recommendations I decided to give it a try. So far I am very happy with my choice! It is very comfortable and feels great/strong.

My only gripe is the next day after I ordered I see it will be stocked by Amazon and I could of saved myself $9 S&H :(
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By Dan on October 13, 2012
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The university gym I use has one or two dip/chin belts that are shared between everybody. Needless to say, it's usually impossible to find one, and/or if you do find it, have it be available.

I wanted a reliable dip/chin belt that I could easily loop through KB's or plates, with plenty of strap to avoid dinging myself in the swing-easy, comfortable around the hips when the load was heavy, and light enough to stuff in a small bag that would fit in a tiny locker.

This belt does that, and more. It's awesome, it's tough, it's ridiculously light and soft compared to the typical, cheap leather-and-chain models that most gyms have. And it's Ironmind: so it's stylish and fancy looking for all of the ladies (or dudes, if that's your thing -I don't judge).

I have a handful of Ironmind stuff: straps, clothing, eagleloops, etc. The point being that it works, it's tough, it handles being beat up and used for a long period of time, and it all fits into a bag and/or tiny locker.
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This belt has all the pros mentioned in the product description & in other customer reviews (lightweight, compact, durable, great fit/hang, & very effective). The strap has an incredible working weight limit for the price & weight, and it won't pinch or damage your workout shirts.

There are two issues that might help others decide if this is the best dipping belt for them. They're really minor complaints, but they're still important enough to mention, IMHO:

1) Strapping the belt on & off multiple plates can be a little bit of pain and considerably longer than a chain-and-clip belt. Not a big deal though, and I definitely wouldn't give this belt up for a cheap chain-clip that breaks. But it's a shame that few people buying this on Amazon will actually have a chance to try this belt for themselves before they buy it to see if they'd have this same issue.

2) If you change the weight in between sets frequently, consider IronMind's suggestion of purchasing a loading pin & carabiner - it reduces the time spent looping & double passing the strap every time you add/remove weight (12" Loading Pin and Snap Clip or 15" Olympic Loading Pin and Carabiner). Either one is worth it if you have a fast-paced regimen, a crowded gym, a time constraint, a lack of patience, etc. However, be ready to fork over a little extra money (of course), which will suck if you're on a tight budget. But both are solid deals IMHO. Take note of the the 12" pin/clip's 200lb weight limit though -- it's a fraction of the belt's capacity and will deter bigger lifters.
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