Rogue 4-Inch Nylon Weightlifting Belt

4.6/5

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4.5555555555556 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Rogue’s 4″ Nylon Weightlifting Belt is an affordable, dependable option for athletes of any size and skill level. Much thinner and lighter than a traditional leather weightlifting belt, our Nylon Belt still provides firm, stable support of the abdomen and lower back–helping you get the most out of your squats, deadlifts, hang cleans, etc.

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Product Summary & Specs

Rogue’s 4″ Nylon Weightlifting Belt is an affordable, dependable option for athletes of any size and skill level. Much thinner and lighter than a traditional leather weightlifting belt, our Nylon Belt still provides firm, stable support of the abdomen and lower back–helping you get the most out of your squats, deadlifts, hang cleans, etc.

The 4″ Nylon Weightlifting Belt is also ideal for easy transitions from light to heavy lifting movements, with a quick-adjust steel tensioning buckle and hook-and-loop fastening system.

Specifications:

  • 4″ Nylon Belt (10.6CM) with 2″ Support Strap (5.08CM)
  • Hook-and-Loop Fastening System for Custom, Secure Fit
  • Steel Tensioning Buckle
  • Color: Black
Made In USA

No

Color

Black

Width

4"

Fastening System

Hook-and-Loop

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Rogue 4-Inch Nylon Weightlifting Belt
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