Men's Deadlift Belt - Nylon, Powerlifting, Weightlifting
|Price:||$49.90 - $66.34|
- 2 ply or 3 ply thickness for maximum support
- Flexes with your body to allow you to set up better for deadlifts
- Heavy duty velcro closure
- Heavy duty nylon structure - this belt will last years
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Once you have found your measurement subtract 2” from that number to get your belt size. EX: Measurement around belly button is 36” around then subtract 2” to come up with 34”, which is a medium belt. Belt sizing: Small belts fit 24”-30” around belly button Medium belts fit 29-34” around belly button Large Belts fit 35-40” around belly button Extra Large belts fit 40-46” around belly button Extra Extra Large belts fit 46-52” around belly button The Spud, Inc. 2 ply and 3 ply deadlift belts will be one of the most versatile belts you will ever wear. The deadlift belt is great for deadlifting because it doesn't cut into your hips or stomach at the bottom of a deadlift like a leather belt does. The deadlift belt is also a good overall belt to use on lifts that you need a little extra support like bent over rows, or shrugs, but don't need a thick cumbersome power belt. The deadlift belt is made with industrial strength Velcro that never pops open in the middle of a lift like the cheaper Velcro belts do. If you use this belt once you will be hooked on how easy it is to get in and out of.
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A good tip to tighten the belt around the waist is to hold the end of the Velcro strap on a vertical pole and pull the belt tight, this will allow you to tighten the belt without losing any tension in the belt.
I found this guide below to find out what size to order. Measure your waist around your belly button and subtract 2" from the measurement. For example, if you measured 40", then you should order the Large belt 33-38" because 40" - 2" = 38".
Small belts fit 25-28"” around belly button
Medium belts fit 27-32"” around belly button
Large Belts fit 33-38"” around belly button
X Large belts fit 38-44"” around belly button
XX Large belts fit 44-50” around belly button
After about a year of light use, the velcro started to go. It no longer is able to hold. I love the belt. It's comfortable. But a belt that rips open when your lifting just doesn't work.
I was introduced to this belt when I hurt my back. I have a physical job so one of my gym-going colleagues brought in this belt for me to try on to make it through the week. I had another, leather belt that I used in the gym (Gold's...I've also written a review on that one), but it hurt too much and was too much of a struggle to get to the next hole to acquire the tightness and support I needed. Needless to say, I loved the simplicity and efficiency of The Spud Nylon Belt. No break-in period, no pinch, no holding your breath while trying to get to the next hole or settling on a looser fit and no struggling to take it off after an intense squat or deadlift!!! Great product!!! I can't recommend this enough. I let one of my friends (who just happens to be an award winning, competition bodybuilder) try it out and he IMMEDIATELY purchased one for himself. Now I just gotta sell the leather belt that's gathering dust in my room...
I use this with DL and squats, no problems with interference/comfort on either.
If I wear the Spud belt lower when I deadlift it helps to rotate it on my abdomen so that the buckle is in the back. Sometimes my belly will push the ends of the belt up. It probably would not do this if I wore it tighter, but I am not one of those that wears a belt super tight. I snug it around my abdomen, take a breath into my belly, and then rely on my breath to expand my abdomen into the belt. The first time I do this I can hear/feel the Velcro creak as the pressure is applied. It is solid and unchanging after the first time.
I also have a 4" leather Best Belts Athlete belt. The Spud belt is more comfortable than the Best Belt because the Spud belt does not dig into me like the harder, leather belt. The rigidity of the Best Belt seems like it would be better for heavier lifts like my 1RM. But the Spud belt is holding its own. And I like the comfort. I want my lifts to tax my system because of the weight. I don't want my equipment to hurt me during the lift.