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goodwinmIconGood quality lifting wrists straps (deadlifts)18-09-2012 @ 18:37 
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Post Edited: 18.09.2012 @ 18:37 PM by goodwinm
Just for regular oly barbell lifting.

Strengthshop I can only see extra long for 10
Any others guys?

I've used maxi muscle before off amazon, but want something a lot more heavy duty!
milsyIcon...18-09-2012 @ 18:44 
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Post Edited: 18.09.2012 @ 18:45 PM by milsy
cant go wrong with ironmind

https://www.strengthshop.co.uk/sleeves-wraps-straps/straps/ironmind...
ItsaSecretIcon...18-09-2012 @ 18:48 
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i have some zulu ones, theyre super long and quite wide. check my 250kg deadlift video in the videos section Happy
fongIcon...18-09-2012 @ 18:58 
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really really interesting
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ironmind
Funky_monkeyIcon...18-09-2012 @ 20:06 
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I have a pair of CNP ones I just don't use. 3 for postage?
VanillaGorillaIcon...18-09-2012 @ 20:18 
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Zuluglove. Thick, wide, long and strong.

The pair I'm currently training with were new in April 2010 and they are still going strong. They held up to 320kg sthe otherweek even though they're fraying a wee bit. They get used for lots of sets per week, usually on a texas bar which is like a chainsaw. They're more than long enough for axle.work too, and bind into themselves really well. Cannot rate them highly enough.
goodwinmIcon...18-09-2012 @ 21:17 
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Funky_monkey said:I have a pair of CNP ones I just don't use. 3 for postage?


Pm sent. :-)
goodwinmIcon...18-09-2012 @ 21:17 
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VanillaGorilla said:Zuluglove. Thick, wide, long and strong.

The pair I'm currently training with were new in April 2010 and they are still going strong. They held up to 320kg sthe otherweek even though they're fraying a wee bit. They get used for lots of sets per week, usually on a texas bar which is like a chainsaw. They're more than long enough for axle.work too, and bind into themselves really well. Cannot rate them highly enough.


Not bad at all!!
My maximuscle ones broke few years back just deadlifting 200kg.
IainKendrickIcon...18-09-2012 @ 21:21 
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Why buy straps when most people have thumbs? Wink
IainKendrickIcon...18-09-2012 @ 21:23 
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some nice relaxing jazz.
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fong said:ironmind


This. Mine look in great nick and are 8 years old. Off course I probably use them once or twice a month tops. Infact no doubt alot less over that 8 year period.
goodwinmIcon...18-09-2012 @ 21:29 
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IainKendrick said:Why buy straps when most people have thumbs? Wink


I have no thumbs. :-)
IainKendrickIcon...18-09-2012 @ 21:33 
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goodwinm said:
I have no thumbs. :-)


Get some metal hooks instead!
chaosIcon...19-09-2012 @ 05:45 
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ANother vote for Ironmind, they're a bit slippy to start with but after a few uses and chalking they're f**kin brilliant! Had mine for a good 6 months and not even the slightest hint of any fraying what so ever
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