Leather Lever Belt
Leather Lever Belt
Our Leather Lever Belt is 10 mm thick and 4 inches wide. This belt is designed to bear the weight of your heavy lifting with a metal lever for an easy snap on and off, while still providing the ultimate support!
Sizing: Based on waist measurement. Do not use standard pant size to determine your belt size. Use a tape measure around waist, between hips and ribs. Belts are designed to fit tight around the waist.
I have many belts at this point but I keep reaching for this one. I’ve had it for about 5 months now and have never had a problem. I highly recommend this belt!
I absolutely love my Leather Lever Belt! It has truly been a game-changer in my workouts. The build quality is exceptional, providing both durability and comfort. The lever mechanism is easy to use and ensures a secure fit every time. This belt has significantly improved my lifting performance, and I couldn't be prouder of the results I've achieved with it. Highly recommended for anyone serious about their weightlifting journey!
Been using the belt regularly since it released and have had no issues with it releasing mid lift. Love it, will probably be buying a second in a smaller size since I’m between sizes depending on the day
I purchased this belt with only the experience of prong belts and Velcro belts. When I first got it, I was disappointed because the lever latch would not stay down. I thought I was going to return it. After reaching out to the support team they mentioned you had to break in the belt. I looked up videos on how to do this and it worked perfectly. I used the belt for the first time today and I loved it. Releasing the lever is very satisfying after a lift. I’m glad I learned to break it in first. I’m leaving this review so others like me will also know. Happy lifting!
I’ve tried to use my brand new belt 2x this week and both times in the middle of the lift the lever releases on it’s own and defeats the whole point of support. I ended up going back to my old belt with prongs just so I don’t have to have so much anxiety over equipment failure