Rogue Faded 4-Inch Lifting Belt

Rogue Faded 4-Inch Lifting Belt
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4 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

This exclusive version of Pioneer’s custom-dyed Power Belt features a Rogue-branded loop and a classic faded finish. Each 8.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

This exclusive version of Pioneer’s custom-dyed Power Belt features a Rogue-branded loop and a classic faded finish. Each 8.5MM thick belt is made from 100% vegetable tanned sole leather with a black suede liner for sturdy, comfortable support.

Essential to the Rogue Faded Lifting Belt is the Pioneer Cutâ„¢, a patent-pending design developed by Steve Strohm and the Pioneer team. This innovation adapts the industry-standard prong buckle for better custom sizing by using two offsetting lines of holes. As a result, athletes can tighten the belt by 0.5″ increments instead of the usual 1″, enabling a more precision fit and easier buckling and unbuckling.

Important Note on Belt Sizing: Please be aware that Pioneer belts tend to run one size larger than most weightlifting belts on the market. So, if you typically wear a medium belt, you may want to select a small in this case. See the sizing guide below for more details.

Made In USA

Yes

Color

Brown

Width

4"

Thickness

8.5 MM

Material

Vegetable Tanned Sole Leather

Fastening System

Single Prong

Pioneer Cut

Yes

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Rogue Faded 4-Inch Lifting Belt
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