IronMind De Rigueur Dipping Belt
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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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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.Read more ›
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 :(
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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I prefer this belt to other leather belts as this one is more durable. I've had more classic belts with leather/chain break on me multiple times. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RJ
Best dip belt ever. SUPER comfortable, even with 100+ pounds hanging off it. VERY durable. Gym buddies are borrowing this constantly.Published 12 months ago by Edmund T Alexander
Besides a pair of rings, which most any generic type will suffice, a dip belt is the most important piece of upper body training equipment one can buy. Read morePublished 12 months ago by brian
I really do enjoy this belt. While it isn't as user friendly as a belt that has clip it does work well.
I use this for my wife, my 8 & 10 year old son, and myself. Read more
So much worse than a normal dipping belt. To change the weight you have to remove the strap from the bucket, load the weight, and then reattach the strap. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Pages
This belt is really comfortable to wear. I have been using it for around six months now, and is still like new. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Reynaldo Rodriguez
Excellent equipment. I would reccomend this one over anyone that has a chain.Published 19 months ago by gene perez