Rogue Khalipa Series Lifitng Straps

4.7/5

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4.6666666666667 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Sold in pairs, the Khalipa Series Lifting Straps are made from quality American leather and sewn in Ohio. They’re a standard 1.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

Sold in pairs, the Khalipa Series Lifting Straps are made from quality American leather and sewn in Ohio. They’re a standard 1.5″ wide, but a relatively short 17.25″ long—allowing for quicker set-up between lifts, as the strap doesn’t have to be wrapped around the bar as many times.

Jason also selected a distinctive, double-boxed blue stitching for enhanced durability, so even the most demanding athletes can count on the straps to handle any and all punishment.

Khalipa Series Lifting Straps feature the ROGUE logo as well as a Jason Khalipa brand and bear logo on the loop portion.

Specifications:

  • Co-developed with former CrossFit Games champion Jason Khalipa
  • Genuine American Leather
  • Sewn in Ohio
  • Width: 1.5″
  • Length: 17.25″
  • Blue stitching, double-boxed
  • Color: Black w/ embossed Rogue and Jason Khalipa/Bear logos
Color

Black

Length

17.25"

Width

1.5"

Height

0.125"

Material

American Leather

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Rogue Khalipa Series Lifitng Straps
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