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ModiFit 10mm Single Prong Black Powerlifting Belt v2.0

///ModiFit 10mm Single Prong Black Powerlifting Belt v2.0

ModiFit 10mm Single Prong Black Powerlifting Belt v2.0

£39.99

4″ all the way around
10mm thick for max support
Black Suede Leather with White embroidery
Thick embroidered loop to secure excess of belt
Chunky single prong buckle

SMLXL2XL3XL4XL5XL

Earn up to 40 Points.

ModiFit Single Prong Black 10mm Powerlifting Belt. Chrome single prong buckle with chrome rivets for a stylish look. These are to IPF spec from Technical Rule Book 2014 (updated January 2014). Please note, these are heavy duty powerlifting belts that will be really stiff when you first get it. If you’ve used a decent powerlifting belt before you will know this and know it takes a bit of time for it to break in!

ModiFit Powerlifting Belt – Sizing Information

The image below shows where you would sit on each of the belts. Each belt has 8 holes spaced over 7″, indicated by the red dots. For example, if your belly button measures 32″ you would sit on approximately the 7th of 8 holes on a Medium and the 3rd of 8 holes on a Large. In this instance a Large would be a better fit. It is better to be near the bottom of a larger belt than near the top of the smaller belt, as you will have more of the end of the belt to hold onto when tightening and loosening the belt. This is especially important on a powerlifting belt due to their thickness. Just to stress – we do not recommend buying a size where you are on either the first or last hole. If you are unsure of sizing please give us a call and we’ll be happy to help!

Please measure around your waist / belly button where the belt will sit. Do not rely on your jeans size / waist size as this may be different.

  • Small: 22″ – 29″
  • Medium 26″ – 33″
  • Large 30″ – 37″
  • Extra Large 34″ – 41″
  • Double XL – 36″ – 43″
  • Triple XL – 38″ – 45″
  • 4XL 42″ – 49″ (coming 2018)
  • 5XL 46″ – 53″ (coming 2018)

 

Belt Performance

We’ve rated product performance for different training styles to make sure you’re choosing the best equipment for your needs!

Metcons 1 stars
Heavy Squats 5 stars
Deadlifting 5 stars
Olympic Lifting 3 stars
Robustness 5 stars

 

Meets IPF Spec – Not IPF Approved

These are to IPF spec from Technical Rule Book 2014 (updated January 2014). Please note, these are heavy duty powerlifting belts that will be really stiff when you first get it. If you’ve used a decent powerlifting belt before you will know this and know it takes a bit of time for it to break in! Fortunately, as these are our Elite belts, the leather is already pretty soft, so break-in time will be minimal!

Belt is 4″ wide (10cm).

 

Segment from IPF Rule Book detailing belt dimensions:

Belt
Competitors may wear a belt. If worn, it shall be on the outside of the lifting suit.
Materials and Construction:
(a) The main body shall be made of leather, vinyl or other similar non-stretch material in one or more laminations which may be glued and / or stitched together.
(b) It shall not have additional padding, bracing or supports of any material either on the surface or concealed within the laminations of the belt.
(c) The buckle shall be attached at one end of the belt by means of studs and / or stitching.
(d) The belt may have a buckle with one or two prongs or “quick release” type (“quick release” referring to lever.)
(e) A tongue loop shall be attached close to the buckle by means of studs / or stitching.
(f) The name of the lifter, the lifter’s nation, state or club may appear on the outside of the belt.

Dimensions:
1. Width of belt maximum 10 cm.
2. Thickness of belt maximum 13 mm along the main length.
3. Inside width of buckle maximum 11 cm.
4. Outside width of buckle maximum 13 cm.
5. Tongue loop maximum width 5 cm.
6. Distance between end of belt and far end of tongue loop maximum 25 cm.

 

Additional Information

Weight 1 kg
Size

S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL

DELIVERY OPTIONS

There are 2 delivery options to UK residents:

-> Royal Mail 48: 2 – 3 day untracked service that costs £3.29
-> DPD Next Working Day: 1 day tracked service with a 1 hour delivery slot that costs £4.99 (excludes NI, Highlands and Islands)

We dispatch orders 3pm every day so if you order before this time on a week day your order will be dispatched that day. Please note neither service is guaranteed in terms of time. Sometimes parcels get delayed which is out of our control, lost packages will of course be replaced or refunded. Please see our Terms and Conditions page for full info.

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FREE DELIVERY

Free delivery on UK orders over £40 (that’s almost half what you needed to spend before). If you want it next Day it’s a flat £4.99 but drops to £2.99 if you spend over £40. Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands and Channel Islands will go through Royal Mail rather than DPD – Next day service is not available or guaranteed to these areas, but we send with Royal Mail 48 so there is a 93% chance (according to Royal Mail) that it will arrive in 48 hours. Please note, as per our terms and conditions, the next day service is not guaranteed, nor are you able to claim a refund on non-delivery next day. In the last 12 months 98.5% of our shipments with DPD were either delivered next day or a delivery attempt was made (i.e. if the item wasn’t delivered it was because the recipient was out). That means only 1.5% of items were either delayed or misplaced at the depot temporarily. For full info on your rights please see the Terms & Conditions page.

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RETURNS & REFUNDS

We want you to be completely satisfied with your order. It is important to us that you are delighted with your purchase but if for any reason you are not, and feel the need to send the item back, we offer a 60 DAY returns policy, starting from the date of  order. If you are not happy or you need to change something, the easiest thing to do is to email us so that we both have a record of it. The delivery slip will have information about returning for an exchange or refund on the back (a short form asking you to write 1-2 words in a box). We are happy to exchange any item for you at no extra charge for UK customers (you will need to cover postage of item sent back to us). Overseas customers will need to pay for postage of the replacement item. If an item is damaged or the wrong item was sent we will usually cover return postage.

For a refund you will need to return your order to us within 60 days of making your order. After this time you will no longer be eligible for a refund. We aim to process your refund the same week it arrives back with us. Items being returned for a refund will need to be returned in new condition and with the original packaging.

If you would like to view our full Terms and Conditions please follow this link.

Our address for exchanges and refunds is:

Mobility Tools
Unit 8 Coity Crescent
Bridgend Industrial Estate
Bridgend
CF31 3RS

Items are returned at your own cost. We would recommend UK customers sending 2nd class. If the postage packet is less than 1″ (25mm) thick it can be sent as a large letter, which will be cheaper, at around £1.19 (up to 250g). A shoebox size parcel will cost you around £2.80 to return (under 2kg). These prices are according to the Royal Mail website as of 12th January 2016. You are covered to a value of £20 insurance on this, so if you want extra piece of mind you can get your item sent with a signature at around an extra £1. Please note returning an order is at your cost so it is up to you to decide which service you opt for. If the item fails to arrive with us again that is for you to take up with Royal Mail. We are not responsible for lost returns.

 

 

 

We get a lot of messages asking if our powerlifting belts are IPF approved. Previously any manufacturer making supportive equipment simply had to follow the rules laid out by the IPF in terms of belt thickness, width, length etc., and this was enough to be approved. This is still the model followed by the IWF for weightlifting. Unfortunately in 2015 this changed to a pay per product model, i.e. the manufacturer would pay a fee for their belts, a fee for knee wraps etc., with the license running from Jan 2015 to Dec 2018. The new approval list will be released Jan 2019 and so we have received pricing from the IPF. The price for approval for belts is 7000EUR, which is not too bad – although there are 3 categories – Prong (single and double), lever and quick release, so if we wanted all of our belts approved we’d need to pay 3 x 7000EUR. Unfortunately any equipment manufacturers seeking approval also HAVE to buy a sponsorship package. The minimum tier of sponsorship is 30,000EUR per year and minimum of 4 years. Clearly 51,000EUR a year for 4 years is a fat whack of dosh. If we sold 1,000 belts that would equate to 51EUR per belt. 95% of our customers are simply looking for a great belt at a reasonable price. We know our belts are already used in BDFPA meets, but we will also be contacting as many other UK federations to check whether our belts meet their approval. We understand many people who are asking about IPF approval need it for a local competition who simply refer to equipment being IPF approved when in fact they may not need to be. Just wanted to make people aware when they ask about IPF approval, as the costs involved are astronomical, when once they were zero.

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