SBD Belt

SBD Belt
SBD Belt
SBD Belt
SBD Belt
SBD Belt
4.6/5

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

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The SBD Belt is a heavy-duty powerlifting belt designed to provide lower back support for the heaviest of lifting. Made from black oiled leather this lifting belt will help you achieve your personal best, and provide the stability for a few extra reps to build your strength.

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$227.50

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Product Summary & Specs

The SBD Belt is a heavy-duty powerlifting belt designed to provide lower back support for the heaviest of lifting. Made from black oiled leather this lifting belt will help you achieve your personal best, and provide the stability for a few extra reps to build your strength. The SBD belt is IPF approved for competitions too, with the regulation maximum 10cm width and 13mm thickness.

Featuring a patent-pending buckle, with a gliding lever action and the adjustability of a prong belt.
Designed with powerlifters and strongmen in mind.
English hide prepared for over five months for strength and longevity.
Black oiled leather finish with a red suede interior.
IPF approved with the maximum 13mm thickness and 10cm in width.
Manufactured exclusively in Great Britain.

Size

XS-5XL

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SBD Belt
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GGR Builtscore: 4.6/5
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