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MIR® - 50LBS (SHORT STYLE) ADJUSTABLE WEIGHTED VEST

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  • 50-Pounds Included, Weights adjustable in 3-Pound increments; One Velcro belt included
  • Vest weights Capacity = 60-Pound; Empty compartments to add additional weights
  • Double padding throughout vest and narrow shoulder design
  • Super Compact; Only 11-Inch in length; Design for maximum mobility; Snug Fit
  • Weights are loaded at the upper body; Front and back weight distribution for optimum performance
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Product Description

This MiR Weighted vest comes with a full set of weights that can be adjusted from 3 to 60lbs to increase the resistance adeptness. For the purpose of weight loss, the removable weights are located high on the torso to protect the stomach from pounding as you run and also is delicate to the whole body while exercising. The vest is made of heavy-duty 1200D reinforced nylon, featuring double padded shoulders for added comfort and mesh vented inside for breath ability. The padding is designed to be contoured to your shoulder for maximum comfort. The MiR Weighted Vests are completely adjustable for even more comfort. There are two adjustable straps that can be adjusted underneath so you can easily adjust the body length of the vest by sliding the straps up and down through the D-rings. To adjust the weight level, remove or transfer the weights from the packets which secure the weights with the durable Velcro weight closures.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 12 x 2 inches ; 51 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 51.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00213DMUE
  • Item model number: 130150
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,786 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This is a great vest if you are looking to take your fitness to a new level.
Faceoff4
I was very impressed with the quality and comfort of this vest compared to other weighted vests I have used in the past.
Michael D. Hicks
The vest is great due to its fit for comfort and appropriate length and adjustable weight to allow for various workouts!
Perry Lee Johnson Jr.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By student on November 26, 2010
I ordered and received the MiR 60Lbs Short Adjustable Weighted Vest. It arrived quickly. The vest itself is way too narrow to fit me - and I'm only a 42 chest. The one-size-fits-all claim by the manufacturer is NOT realistic: while it adjusts for length, it can't be functionally adjusted for width, since the load bearing straps are anchored in set locations and will center on that plane... which, for me, concentrated the weight way too close to my neck. There is no angular contour in the vest, and even trying to angle the velcro joint makes no improvement. So, instead of bearing on my bones in the shoulders, the 60 pound load hung from my trapezius muscles which is uncomfortable for any length of time, and not the proper or healthy way to support weight on the shoulders. My present (old and worn Ironwear) weight vest has 40 pounds in it, but remains comfortable.

The materials MiR used to construct the actual pockets which hold the weights are a strong webbing, but the material used for the body of the vest is actually quite thin woven polypropylene, and the foam inside is thin junk. The sewing of the pockets to the vest is a single line with no bar-tacking or reinforcement. Overall materials and construction may look good in pictures, but in your hands is obviously inferior. I really don't know how this product got so many positive reviews.

The return was not easy or inexpensive either... My local post office would not permit a flat rate box to bulge even a little, unlike the post office in San Jose which MiR uses, so I had to ship back using Priority Mail which costs 4 times as much. Since I had fallen for MiR's gimmick of giving me a second vest for free but paid huge nonrefundable shipping costs for that, the total cost of the return was very high...
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Justin Corey on October 27, 2009
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I bought this product because I was ready to move up from my 20lb weightvest. The MiR is top quality, delivered quickly, and I was using it within minutes of it being delivered. As far as doing PT with it, I haven't had any issues with the vest with one exception. At times, the vest (front panel) feels like it is going to flip out/off when trying to do pushups with your feet elevated. I'm thinking that MiR should add velcro to the space between the top and bottom panels on the front, as well as velcro to the outer fabric on the weight panel areas so that users can have the choice (based on the exercise they are doing) to configure the vest velcro straps as securely as it can be. Other than this, the vest performs excellent in all sorts of drills/exercises: burpees, plyo jumps, pullups, chins, ring dips and pushups, etc. Overall...an awesome investment! Highly recommended.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By skydiver30960 on November 7, 2013
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4/5 stars so far... I'm only wearing it empty right now to get used to it, and will gradually add weight over the winter with a target of 20# for the Memorial Day Murph at the end of May. So far, I'm very pleased with the vest.

HOW TO FIX THE "NARROW SHOULDER" PROBLEM: I have reasonably wide shoulders and a moderately thick neck (my dress shirt size is 17.5/37") so when I put it on the first time I noticed what others have complained about: it did feel snug to the neck, and over time chafing would have been an issue. Once you have the weight-bearing straps set up for you, take the two padded straps that mate under the weight-bearing strap and splay them out a bit, making a very shallow V with your neck sitting in the hollow. It doesn't take much to make enough room for my wide neck. I will update if issues arise as I add weight, but at the moment there is MORE than enough padding under the weighted straps to keep me comfortable. Hope this helps!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Janiszewski on August 4, 2010
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Owned since: August 2009

Good: Highly adjustable weight, solid construction, emergency quick release, fast delivery, elasticity accommodates breathing, good weight distribution.
Bad: Will chafe if not worn with and undershirt, uncomfortable on shoulders for extended periods of time, will ride up if you are inverted or your legs are elevated (push ups).

I have been pleased with this vest. It is a great way to augment push-ups and pull-ups and can make sprint drills more interesting. The additional weight can also be used to put a bit of an edge on a hike.

I would recommend this to a friend.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Justin C. Mcgee on August 17, 2009
I bought this just last week and I have been doing the stair master with 38lbs so far for 10 min on 60 steps per minute. I will work up to the full 50lbs for 10 min. I am training to be a Firefighter in Arizona. I do think it is a good vest. It doesn't move around on me nearly at all and you can change out the weights and use it for different exercises. I use around 30lbs when I go on an hour mountain hike. The only thing that needs to be improved is the Lower Torso strap. Sometimes the strap is hard to manage and it doesn't feel that secure. Maybe some belt loops with the ability to use a real belt are in the near future? Overall I like the way it sits on the shoulders and the distribution of the weight is good too. They are selling 30 pound vests at Wallmart for 99.99 and when I saw this 50 pound for this price, I knew I had to get it.
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