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Slabiathan

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Used the 10mm inzer single prong loved it and now using 13mm SBD lever and really love it.
I really want to try a lever! I also hope a 3 inch up a little higher will fit a little better during deadlifts. I am quite a girthy fella and have so much fat being displaced as I get into position for the deadlift.
 
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Don't mean to bump but it's at the top of the list!

What are the measurements on that belt? I have a 4 inch belt and I am looking at thinner belts like 3 or so.

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Check out Pioneer, I’m pretty sure they had a 3” belt. Being from them I’d say the quality is top notch!
 
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Slabiathan

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Check out Pioneer, I’m pretty sure they had a 3” belt. Being from them I’d say the quality is top notch!
Thanks, I was looking at their 3 inch deadlift belt! I figured that would bridge the gap between something to brace against but also give me a little more ROM.
 
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I prefer to use what's not only comfortable to use but is also regulated to be used. Prior to using a 10 or 13 mm powerlifting belt, I was using a Nike powerlifting belt that I bought from Big 5. I was fine with it until my powerlifting coach explained that I needed to have a regulated belt in order to train with the team. Since I've always been into camo attire, I've since used a camo lever belt by Power Source. It's not as badass as Inzer or Overkill, but it's aiight.
 
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