Rogue Echo 10MM Lifting Belt

Rogue Echo 10MM Lifting Belt
Rogue Echo 10MM Lifting Belt
Rogue Echo 10MM Lifting Belt
4.4/5

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4.4 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
Based on 5 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Rogue’s Echo Lifting Belt is made from genuine leather and measures 4″ in width and 10MM in thickness,* with five length options to choose from. All sizes of the belt include 10 precision-spaced holes and a single prong buckle design for easy custom tightening and optimal comfort and support.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

Rogue’s Echo Lifting Belt is made from genuine leather and measures 4″ in width and 10MM in thickness,* with five length options to choose from. All sizes of the belt include 10 precision-spaced holes and a single prong buckle design for easy custom tightening and optimal comfort and support. The leather on the Echo Belt can run pretty stiff out of the gate and may need some break-in time, but you’ll never need to worry about its reliability for securing the abdominal muscles and lower back on a wide variety of lifts.

*The exact thickness may vary from belt to belt due to the properties of leather.

The Echo 10MM Lifting Belt features black leather and black hardware with the Rogue logo embroidered on the back in white. Before ordering, be sure to check the sizing chart provided below.

Made In USA

Yes

Color

Black

Width

4"

Thickness

10 MM

Material

Leather

Fastening System

Single Prong

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Rogue Echo 10MM Lifting Belt
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GGR Builtscore: 4.4/5
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