This belt has the classic all leather look and feel but can be dressed up with a custom laser engraved exterior and/or custom engraved lever. It is cut to your desired thickness and width. Keep in mind this belt is all leather and will be stiffer than a 10mm or 13mm belt with exterior suede.
- 6.5mm: This belt is single thick meaning it is constructed of a single piece of sole leather offering a very pliable yet supportive belt. This belt can be geared to new lifters looking for comfort or seasoned lifters that are advanced in their bracing technique. Belt stitching is only available upon request as it is purely cosmetic.
- 10mm: This is a double thick belt meaning it is constructed of two (5mm) pieces of sole leather cemented, pressed, and sewn together. Keep in mind this belt is all leather and will be stiffer than a 10mm belt with exterior suede. These belts must have stitching and will default to white unless specified otherwise.
- 13mm: You won’t find a stiffer belt than a 13mm all leather belt. It is constructed the same as the 10mm (two thicker 6.5mm pieces of sole leather) so it offers maximum thickness while still being legal for competition. This belt will require more break in time to become comfortable and molded to your torso, but will be worth it if you are looking for maximum stiffness. These belts must have stitching and will default to white unless specified otherwise.
- Black Leather: The black leather option will be more pliable (due to the oil struck dye process) in comparison to the treated or untreated models. The finish is smooth and sleek looking but does not fall short on quality or durability.
- 3″ Width: 3″ belts are geared for those with shorter torsos. They will cover less surface area and can be more comfortable than a 4″ belt, especially for those who are…vertically challenged. If the 4″ belt hinders your depth in the squat or starting position in the deadlift, then the 3″ belt should be perfect for you!
- 4″ Width: 4″ belts (or 10cm) is the “standard” or “norm” when it comes to power belts…It is a great starting point for most lifters of average or taller than average height. It covers the most surface area giving you the most support.